The Blood of the Sun is a magical gem that gives its wielder the might of the first amüli king—the most powerful man in recorded history. While Frendyl Krune may have control of it now, someone is determined to take it away—no matter the cost.
[Middle Grade & Young Adult, Fantasy, Kids 10-16]
The Blood of the Sun now sits locked to Frendyl Krune’s heart, and learning to control the awesome power of the relic isn’t the only thing on Frendyl’s mind. His father and cousin have both vanished within the pitch-dark prison maze known as the Catacombs. The only being alive who might know where they are is Vilboyen, ruler of the underworld, but there’s no guarantee he’s anything but a story used to scare amüli children.
And that’s not the worst of Frendyl’s problems. An amüli known as Vyndis the Snake broke into the Catacombs and released a prisoner, and now he’s set his sights on Frendyl. The Snake is a powerful magician, one whose determination may undo everything Frendyl has fought to right.
To stop this maniac and rescue his family, Frendyl and his uncle Melroc sail across the world to a place called the Isle of Forfeited Souls—but even if they find Vyndis, they may not be able to stop him and save Frendyl’s family.
Frendyl Krune and the Snake Across the Sea by Kira A. McFadden
Evolved Publishing presents the second book in the middle grade fantasy series Frendyl Krune. Discover the fantastic world of the Amüli.
Books by Kira A. McFadden:
- Frendyl Krune and the Blood of the Sun (Book 1)
- Frendyl Krune and the Snake Across the Sea (Book 2)
- Frendyl Krune and the Stone Princess (Book 3)
- Frendyl Krune and the Nightmare in the North (Book 4)
- The Soulbound Curse (Amüli Chronicles: Soulbound: 1)
- The Soulless King (Amüli Chronicles: Soulbound: 2)
More Great YA Fantasy from Evolved Publishing:
- Two Moons of Sera by P.K. Tyler
- Dream Warriors by D. Robert Pease
- Wind Catcher by Jeff Altabef and Erynn Altabef
- The Silver Sphere by Michael Dadich
About the Author
Editor: Philip A. Lee -- Some say I was born with a red pen in my hand, so it's no surprise that my penchant for words and stories ultimately led to a career in writing and editing. ~ My literary tastes vary, but I largely gravitate toward genre fiction. I'll read anything sci-fi, fantasy, horror, western, and so forth. Some of my favorite contemporary authors are Dan Simmons, Chuck Wendig, David Brin, George R. R. Martin, and John Scalzi. ~ One of my passions besides writing and editing is the gaming industry. In addition to having a love for games of all kinds-card games, board games, miniatures games, etc.-I've also contributed writing, editing, and game design to a number of different game lines over the years.