Against the Rocks Cover Reveal
The world has advanced beyond the need for sorcery. Man has hunted down and exterminated the supernatural out of fear and misunderstanding. They have forgotten the ways we use to be.
In Well of Bones, you have seen what chaos could come of monsters returning to an unprepared world. The next installment in The Forgotten Ways Trilogy will show what lengths Jake must go to oppose such evil.
Great Brenar won the war, but at what cost? The New World Colonies are changing for the worst. Walking nightmares roam the New World, consuming those in their path. Once again the Knights of Apollo fulfill their ancient calling to hunt down and destroy evil creatures, but this time, they use their own experience.
When Count Varro discovers corruption in the Holy Order of Apollo, he and his knights must bend or break. Adrift in turbulent circumstances, Jake must endure his own demons. Haunted by visions of those he lost, Jake’s soul is on the brink of deterioration. War can drive even the strongest minds to madness, and Jake has seen so much more than war.
Conditions on Delwhick are declining. The people of the Island colony have traded one occupying force for another. Anna struggles to keep her home afloat on these raging seas, but Admiral Kro is deadset on dashing it Against the Rocks.
Against the Rocks will be available this November on Amazon.com in Kindle and paperback formats. Kindle Unlimited will also be available, just as Well of Bones is now. Be sure to pick up this epic dark fantasy and jump back into the fray with Jake Zimmar. Follow Count Varro and his Knights of Apollo through further misadventure. Experience the turbulence on Delwhick through Anna Crane’s eyes. Sail across the ocean aboard the legendary frigate, The S.S. Marion under full sail.
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