A serial killer has reigned free in the city of Ebria for longer than anyone could remember. Some claimed it to be a vengeful spirit seeking justice in a city of corruption. Others say it's a powerful undead, practitioner of magic, or worse yet...both. There are rumors it's one person and others saying it's an entire cabal. Many have tried to bring the killer to justice, but for centuries all have failed.
Meira Dyel - a young woman plagued by a lifetime of nightmares is tasked to find the killer when Ryn - her friend and mentor, becomes the latest victim. With the aid of her friend and fellow guildsman Darven, she hunts for the Ebrian Slayer and learns a truth about herself so profound it threatens to unravel her already fragile psyche.
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"Curse of the Riftborn" is a self-discovery journey that Meira, the main character of the book, is forced to take once her long lasting friend and mentor becomes the victim of the threatening serial killer from Ebria. A good novel is the one that is crafted from a storyline that gets completed with all the details and character development along the way - and I found this particular horror/fantasy story to be among the good ones. A well crafted plot, a medieval kind of setting, the mystery and threat of a serial murderer and the hero that saves the world and herself from evil made out of this novel a good work of fiction and pleasurable and unique read
Dark fantasy isn't my normal cup of tea, but I found Curse of the Riftborn hard to put down. A very haunting and engaging story, I found myself invested in this one from the beginning and felt pulled into many of the dark and vivid scenes playing out in the story.