The Tree of Souls

The Tree of Souls

by Katrina Archer


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A murky past. A forbidden love. A deathly power.

When the river spits Umbra onto its bank, naked and shivering, the only clue to her identity is the arcane brand seared into her skin. A brand hunted by both a murderous necromancer and a handsome stranger. A brand that thrusts Umbra into a simmering conflict between the ascendant Clans and the nomadic Gherza. A brand that may make her the key to averting all-out war.

The Tree of Souls weaves an intimate tale of dark sorcery, doomed love, and implacable revenge, amid an age-old clash of nations, with all the souls of the living hanging in the balance.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780988051270
Publisher: Ganache Media
Publication date: 05/01/2016
Pages: 402
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.25(h) x 0.89(d)

About the Author

Katrina Archer lives and writes on her sailboat in Vancouver, BC, Canada. She has worked in aerospace, video games, and film, and has been known to copy edit for fun. She is the author of the dark fantasy "The Tree of Souls", the young adult fantasy "Untalented", and the nature photography book "Shorescapes of Southern British Columbia". She owns 500 books, four vehicles (none of which is a helicopter), one dog, too many Apple devices, and is tolerated by her cat, who is more famous in Germany than she is.

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The Tree of Souls 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
CommonBookSense More than 1 year ago
Where do I even begin?? This book was such an amazing read. It pulled me in right from the cover, and I couldn't wait until I finished the post for the day so I could hole myself up and get lost in the pages...You know a book is good when you have to get up to do something and you try to PAUSE the book! I did that after the first TWO chapters! The book is so immersive and makes you ask all these questions. One question gets answered with another question, so you're constantly guessing, but you're also interacting with the world... This is the opening paragraph of our review on the CommonBookSense blog. You can see the full review here:
Amys_Bookshelf_Reviews More than 1 year ago
Gripping. I was pulled in immediately, especially when the first line says "I wish I could remember why I hate myself." Written in first person, and third person, running from "then" and "now" gives the reader an interesting insight into the character. I had to ask myself, "Why would someone hate themselves, especially when they don't remember their own name?" I really enjoyed this book, especially after I realizied the relevance of "now" and "then." This is the first book I've read by Archer and I am truly impressed.