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Tendrils of Darkness — Chapter 41: The Onyx Stone

Ambush   The acceptance of the challenge came...

Tendrils of Darkness — Chapter 40: In Search of a King

In Search of a King   The rain started up wit...

Tendrils of Darkness — Chapter 39: The Onyx Stone

The Onyx Stone     Three days. That’s ...

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Month: March 2017

Tendrils of Darkness — Chapter 13: Servant of the Afflicted One

by Will Spero

Servant of the Afflicted One   Daen was drifting back to sleep when a faint thud interrupted the monotonous chirping of crickets. His hand tightened around the pommel of his axe. He detected a light scraping of steel—a weapon leaving its scabbard. He leapt up, twisting toward the sound, his arm already in a throwing […]

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Upcoming Books in April

by Jon Snow

April is probably the best month for fantasy this year. Giddyup! Red Sister (Book of the Ancestor #1) – Mark Lawrence (April 1st) Mark Lawrence has really hit the scene with his last two trilogies. He has a way of making these anti-heroes work for him and gets everyone to love them, even though they […]

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Tendrils of Darkness — Chapter 12: Back Entrance

by Will Spero

Betrayal   At least I’m not dead was Selgrin’s first thought. The pounding of his head and the constant jostling made him wonder if it was indeed a blessing. He opened one eye. The first thing he saw was his own arm ending in a stump. Not surprising, he was back to being himself. Selgrin […]

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Tendrils of Darkness — Chapter 11: Path of Thirty Blades

by Will Spero

Path of Thirty Blades   Etta placed a steaming hot rag that smelled of sage and rootgranite on Cahrin’s forehead. “It’s to shock the system back to its normal state,” she explained. Daen nodded in anxious silence. Cahrin lay unmoving on top of the residence’s only bed. Rags had been laid across her ankles and […]

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Tendrils of Darkness — Chapter 10: Deception

by Will Spero

Deception   Dusk had settled and night was fast approaching when the trio emerged from a sewer grate near the once-popular Keg and Cot. Selgrin used to frequent the establishment some time ago. For whatever reason, it had closed, and the Council kept it for housing private guests—or in this case, a prisoner. Sel straightened […]

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