This delightful fantasy tale embraces a sense of realism and relatability, while embodying the adventurous essence the genre is known for. It refrains from pushing the boundaries of magic and the supernatural to implausible extremes, making it an immersive and enjoyable read. As a passionate fantasy enthusiast, I highly recommend it to those seeking a captivating yer grounded fantasy experience. Amazon Review
“Some are here by misfortune, and some here may never be worthy of moving on. The Dusklands stand as a place before judgment — not judgment itself.”
Kael has a blissful, but quiet life in the small town of Glamdra. He lives with his aunt, uncle, and his two cousins. Unfortunately, Kael’s childhood is nearing a quick end. In the middle of the night, the family home is invaded by a nightmarish creature and his aunt and uncle are killed. Simultaneously, the entire town is brought to ruins. With their homeland destroyed and their parents dead, Kael and his cousins have no choice but to join in the fight.
Throughout his adventures with his cousins, Kael encounters a variety of dreams, even visions, that make him question who he really is and what is actually taking place in this new and chaotic world. Over time, he will learn that his talents are not only a gift from the Gods, but also a curse.