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Summary

As Endric continues his search for the traitor Urik, a new threat emerges, one that demands the attention of the Denraen. Now an officer, Endric should be a part of the planning, but the general seems determined to keep him from it. Endric searches for information that might help him understand, and as he finally thinks he’s getting close to discovering word on Urik, he’s sent from the city on what appears nothing more than a pointless mission.

When an asset he cares for goes missing, Endric betrays the Denraen to go after them, and doing so brings him into contact with the new threat. Endric might be the only one able to respond, but doing so means he must lead, something he’s struggled with since his commission, and means he’s drawn into a game of Urik’s choosing, one where the stakes are his life and the leadership of the Denraen.

©2017 D.K. Holmberg (P)2018 ASH Publishing

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Fun sequel

The first third dragged a bit for me, I wanted more 'might n magic. I really love the whole terrain concept, I just wanted more of its mysteries revealed.
It's hard to write epic fantasy from only one character's point of view. Kudos though for executing that very well! I'm eager for book 3!