From Chad Corrie, author of The Wizard King Trilogy, The Shadow Regent and Sons of Ashgard: Ill Met in Elmgard, comes a new YA dystopian fantasy . . .
Annulis is a dying world. Nothing can stop the doom all say is coming. Some simply accept it, embracing the end. Others hold to a better future—a way of escape from the dark days ahead.
Sarah and her people sojourn the land, searching for a city none have seen but believe exists as an escape from these troubling times. Elliott follows an army with a mandate calling for the purging of all that would hinder a glorious global rebirth.
Both are nearing an ancient city set on its own destruction. Both will be tried behind its walls in ways unimaginable. And both will have to live with the consequences . . .
Sword and flame. Hope and faith. All must follow their own path to the end . . . as the sparrow flies.
About the Author
Chad Corrie has long enjoyed creating things but it wasn't until he was twelve he began writing. Since then he's written comics, graphic novels, prose fiction of varying lengths, and an assortment of other odds and ends.
This sundry collection of works echoes part of his background in which he's been an editor and writer for an online magazine, owned his own publishing company; worked as a pawn broker, bookseller, pizza cook, toy company rep, and magazine/book merchandiser, among other vocational exploits.
A Minnesota native, he continues to make his home in "The Land of Sky Blue Waters."
Praise for Chad Corrie's Wizard King Trilogy:
“Chad Corrie delivers a very promising start to an exciting epic fantasy saga filled with intriguing characters and unexpected twists.”—Richard Knaak, New York Times and USA Today bestselling author
“Here be roaring monsters to be fought, characters who come vividly to life, and fell magic . . . A wild ride. Highly recommended.”—Ed Greenwood, New York Times bestselling author and creator of the Forgotten Realms
“This saga of faith triumphant belongs in larger fantasy collections.”—Library Journal
“. . . spellbinding . . .”—Publishers Weekly
“. . . incredible worldbuilding . . . [complex] characters . . . and various religions and histories that make you want to know more.”—Geek’d Out
“Lovers of swords and sorcery . . . will get quite a thrill out of this series . . .”—Southwest Book Reviews
“Corrie excels by reimagining traditional fantasy stereotypes and making them believable.”—Mania