Benedict Patrick’s imagination is impressively wild and his books will always entertain the reader with places and people that are far beyond mundane.
This book takes the typical trope of the wayward, desperate, poor who topple the mightiest in power, and raises it to a whole new level.
A tragedy with a tiny spark of hope. This book will appeal to those who appreciate poetic allegory. I found the prose just swept me in and kept me totally invested. Although tragic and jarring, it is at once pain, horror, death, and hope.
We are proud to reveal the cover for Jesse Teller's newest upcoming release Legends of Exiles. He has a good story to tell us about how this beautiful art came to be and without further ado, here it is in his own words: The Revealing Cover I needed to go to a place I had …
Once again, Ben Galley has hammered out a stunning book which nearly eclipses its predecessor. It’s a story which only gets better with the telling. @bengalley
A.M. Macdonald has written a highly immersive tale where magic comes from the stars. @therealdybsy #amreading #rememberthedawn
More tales of the Covae and the tense story of the consequences of assuming power. That for which a human has no immunity to protect themselves against the madness that comes with it. @benedictpaddy #owlqueenscourt