Over a thousand years have passed since the Long Wars ended and the higher gods abandoned the lands of Arden. Divided and fearful, Arden has managed to secure a restless peace.
But peace never lasts. Darkness creeps through the lands once more.
Salvarias, a man born of shadow and fire, will become hunted for his magic and a power that can grant a vile god instant victory. Only his brother, Wilhelm, can save him from not only the evil stalking him, but also the darkness that grows within.
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Here are excerpts from some of the reviews I’ve received:
“… in this case, the forces of good – represented by bigots, murderers and child-abusers and led by squabbling adolescent gods – are ranged against the forces of evil – represented by one nerdy, asthmatic, vegetarian kid who suffers from nightmares and gets the crap kicked out of him with some regularity” – D.Z.C, author of People Like Us (http://www.dzc-books.co.uk)
“With very good descriptive skills, L.K. Evans was able to build an unique fantasy world complete with strongly developed characters and good twists and turns to keep the reader interested until the end.” – Fiery Fantasy Blog where Keepers of Arden earned their book of the month post. (
“It’s not easy to draw a character which is inherently evil, yet who struggles to overcome that evil every day. His (Salvarias’) dreams, his internal conversations with his (almost paternal-sounding!) father, his unique approach to life, and even his magic (anthropomorphized here, so that he has long conversations with it), make for a fascinating portrayal.” – Pauline Ross, Fantasy Review Barn (http://fantasyreviewbarn.com)