In the midst of this, young Rurik Matair blunders home with childish notions of revenge, and an unlikely band of sellswords at his back. The third son of a backwater nobleman, Rurik was destined for a life in service to the crown. But when he reached beyond his station, he was banished from his father's house with nothing to his name. Tired and hunted, he returns after two years abroad.
Yet all is not as it appears. As Idasia's brutal war threatens to stagnate, old rivalries rekindle. Other players shift through dark games behind the scenes, and old magicks rise against a tottering throne, stirred on by a woman with nothing left...
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About the Author
"The Hollow March," the predecessor to "At Faith's End," was his first major work, based on a series of short stories he wrote in the summer of 2008, titled "The Company of the Eagles." Another short story set in the same world, "The Child's Cry," was published in the Twelfth issue of "Mystic Signals" magazine.