Of Blood and Fire
Born in fire. Tempered in blood.
Epheria is a land divided by war and mistrust. The High Lords of the South squabble and fight, only kept in check by the Dragonguard, traitors of a time long past, who serve the empire of the North.
In the remote villages of southern Epheria, still reeling from the tragic loss of his brother, Calen Bryer prepares for The Proving – a test of courage and skill that not all survive.
But when three strangers arrive in the village of Milltown, with a secret they are willing to die for, Calen’s world is ripped from under him and he is thrust headfirst into a war that has been raging for centuries.
There is no prophecy. His coming was not foretold.
He bleeds like any man, and bleed he will.
Every once and awhile a fantasy book comes along that reminds me why I fell in love with the genre
- Morgan, Dragons and Pages
Cahill is a world-building master, a storyweaver of magical proportions
My only complaint is that it came to an end and now I have to wait for the sequel to be finished