When the Dark Tree comes, people start dying.
Only Mirek, a tired old guardsman in Suridruun, seems to be able to see the Tree and know what it portends. His sole comfort is that the Tree always disappears after a few days, taking with it the murderous rage it instills in the hearts of men.
But this time, the Dark Tree is not leaving without him.
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About the Author
Brandon M. Lindsay has lived in the Seattle area most of his life, with brief stints in California and Japan. He received a degree in philosophy from the University of Washington in Seattle, where he constantly battled the intellectual establishment and its many minions.
While he can be frequently seen debating politics and philosophy, his truest love is writing epic fantasy. Watch out for the The Clans: Tales from the Fourth World, an upcoming collection of six stories and novellas. It will soon be followed with The Born Sword, the first novel in a series that takes place in the same world as The Clans.
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