Some wounds are too wide to heal...
The world changes one bright morning. The ageing king of Angere turns to necromancy to prolong his existence, and the price of dark magic is paid in innocent lives. The land descends into chaos as loyalties are tested and friends become bitter foes.
For Black Meg, eldest witch of Angere, time is desperately short. She receives a vision from Hyrn, the horned man of the woods. The future is worse than anything she could have imagined. But Hyrn also shows her an answer, a way out.
It’s a terrible and desperate path. But the free people of Angere have no choice but to take it.
About the Author
Fantasy/SciFi writer, author of over 100 published short stories, quite a lot of poetry and the novels Engn, The Genehunter and the Cloven Land fantasy trilogy. Short stories have appeared in Analog, Nature, Daily Science Fiction, Abyss & Apex, Dark Expanse and many more. Member of the British Fantasy Society. Indie author (through Stormcrow Books), also signed to Curiosity Quills as a novelist.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Hyrn - a Cloven Land Trilogy prequel (The Cloven Land Trilogy 0) by Simon Kewin is a good prequel for the Cloven Land Trilogy. It had a good plot and characters but I would have liked it more if it was longer and in more depth. I think the books will probably be better since they will be longer. I like the story line and characters and will probably give this a go. A good read.