Life’s obstacles, personal shortcomings, moral conundrums, eccentric characters, and the nature of things and our existence are all aspects of what we are all dealing with. This book captures all that in Salvyra and Referin, the two main characters that help tell the story in this book. A fascinating and thought-provoking book. Highly engaging and characters that leap right out at you as you read the book. . – Amazon Review
Those beautiful eyes, shining the light of silver.
Old?ich Lýnhart, the King of Lemaria, hires a group of hunters to dispatch a monster, hidden deep in the forests of Podkray. Salvyra, a girl of seventeen, finds herself at one end of the conflict – she who loves that monster; she who would die for that monster; she who would kill for that monster. That monster is none other than Vilod, a veritable artist and saint, whose only sins are his disfigured looks and divergent nature. The group of hunters, called the Seílgars, care not for a monster’s personality. Quick to judge, they have only one thing in mind. Extermination.
Referin Tállier, a member of the Seílgars, stands in the middle of it all. After being unable to prevent a tragedy, Referin starts questioning the nature of things. Not fate but choices bring Salvyra and Referin together. Pelted by dangerous creatures, moral conundrums, and encounters with eccentric characters, the two of them end up sharing everything; personal growth, moral ambiguity, and a determination to keep moving. Despite the obstacles. And to the end.