Daeson and Synjan leave the world of Trent and land in J’Bdyamn, a tropical paradise. Removed from modern comforts, they are discovered by the Mukake tribe and welcomed into an imposing cliffside village. Daeson’s fear of heights and Synjan’s inability to communicate using the melodious native language have them struggling to adapt... and the Portal is an impossible distance away.
Hawke arrives the next world over, on Femme. He is paired with a Wanderer Clairvoyant whose messages make no sense – especially when she starts predicting Hawke’s own future. Unnerved and isolated in a world that would prefer to enslave him rather than help him, Hawke is forced to wait for Synjan and Daeson to arrive.
Unaware of the storm brewing in their wake, Daeson and Synjan are forced to confront their pasts, accept their differences and decide their futures before the war they’ve inadvertently stepped into erupts around them.
About the Author
Delia Strange was born in Auckland, New Zealand (north-west of Hobbiton) and is currently living in Brisbane, Australia with her husband and daughter. She wrote sci-fi in her teens, horror in her twenties and speculative fiction in her thirties but each genre always had strong elements of fantasy. Fantasy is now the primary genre Delia chooses to write in, though it can be said that the fantasy genre has chosen her.