In dreams, something is stirring.
Eight years have passed since the events described in Light Funnel. An uneasy peace has existed between the Order and the Delf. Now, rumblings of dissent threaten a return to war.
Inspired by dreams, Jack Silver searches for the descendants of the adventurers who left Outreterre centuries before and never returned. With their help, the Delf could be overthrown forever.
Former adversaries Berwick, Rodon and Raul secretly follow Silver and his protectors across the sea; Solimo, still haunted by his experiences, is about to face his greatest fear while a footloose Charlie Denham will soon be fleeing for his life from forces he does not understand.
For an old enemy has found a way out of Limbo and will stop at nothing to purge the worlds.
When he returns, a great city will burn and a society will be torn apart. Only a fragile web of alliances, old and new, stands before the terrible new power emerging from Limbo.
In this second book in the Light Funnel series, multiple storylines weave together culminating in a climactic confrontation.
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About the Author
KA Barron, or Kevin, as he is known outside of book covers, was born in England. Descended from restless ancestors on both sides of his family, he has lived and travelled in a number of countries. Currently he lives in Auckland, New Zealand with his wife and young sons. He likes to believe he’s still travelling because there are palm trees on his street and a volcano in the harbour, neither of which are normal where he comes from. Kevin writes fantasy fiction which involves alternate worlds and universes and contains elements that could be considered flintlock or gunpowder fantasy. Ultimately, he enjoys a good yarn and fantasy gives him the freedom to make up his own rules at the same time. Unable to keep to one genre, he not only writes fantasy fiction, but has also published travel books and even some nonsense verse. There’s much more in the pipeline, including various forms of romantic comedy and some business books. There really aren’t enough hours in the day. He enjoys themes of drama, transformation and redemption. He’d rather feel uplifted by his reading, so generally writes with that aim himself. That doesn’t mean that the road to redemption is an easy one, or that everyone gets redeemed.