I adored this story! I can’t recommend it enough for lovers of sapphic themes, slow-burn romance and fantasy. I fell in love with the connection between Elysia and Isabella. The ending left me wanting the next book immediately. -Amazon Review
They call me…Hero…Mercenary…Dragon Slayer.
But that wasn’t always the case.
There was a time when I thought that dragons were beautiful…
During my childhood, I believed that I was friends with a dragon, except the dragon never knew of this friendship.
Days after my thirteenth birthday, my secret was no longer mine to keep. Soldiers arrived to slay the dragon so that a feudal lord could make his name amongst the Nine Kingdoms. It ended in abject failure. They were left to soak in a bloodbath of their own making.
In a rage, the dragon destroyed the place that I called home, and killed the people that I called family. She also dismantled a thing that I called love.
Reborn under a mound of ashen corpses, my empty shell vowed vengeance, forging a fiery path of retribution that could not be undone.
Not by my own design, I inadvertently became a slayer of dragons. Curiously, dragon slaying isn’t my next job…
A princess is being held for ransom at a goblin fort. Wearing the stolen armour of a goblin knight, I attempt to rescue her to claim my prize.
When I met her, she was Winter. Now, she is Spring. Maybe I can learn to love again…
A story about a dragon slaying hero. A non-linear existential high fantasy adventure with elements of romance. Medieval setting. Very interesting. Easy to read. -Amazon Review
Wil Chan’s Under an Azure Sky took my emotions on a rollercoaster ride from start to finish. Elysia and Isabella are beautifully written characters. Seeing their relationship develop from animosity to friendship is wonderful and had me worry for each character’s safety whenever misfortune struck. –Reviewed by JC Minnaar for Readers’ Favorite
The trailers of the book have no waste; I recommend watching them before or after reading the book because they are very nice. -Amazon Review
About the Author
Wil Chan is a neophyte parent to a newborn called “Under an Azure Sky,” which gestated (part-time) for over ten months from conception to birth. Writing a novel came about to avert an impending mid-life crisis, which he dealt with in perhaps the most boring way imaginable!
He also helped compose piece of music from his own tune for his first novel, which can be sampled in the two video trailers.
Wil can be contacted on his author website: wil-chan.com