Leo Valiquette grew up in rural Ontario, Canada, but escaped to Tatooine, Middle Earth, and that barn in Charlotte’s Web by the age of eight. He trained to work in museums, before taking up the pen as a journalist and business writer.
The Son of the Deceiver can be heard. The Sword craves a hand to wield it. Ghosts of the Four threaten to swallow the world in madness. A soldier turned outlaw and an outcast called witch hold the keys to salvation … if love doesn’t damn them first.
Religious unrest inflames the Kingdoms. Mad gods seek their vengeance. And the will of the Sword refuses to be denied. Ryn and Josalind are forced to take separate paths where the murder of an innocent and the sacrifice of family may be inevitable.
A cursed fortune-teller strives to find four magical artifacts in time to save herself from the mage who cursed her.
A relevant and timely techno-thriller that can only be pulled off by a writer who can combine an analytical insider's perspective with a flair for storytelling -- Stephen Harrison appears to have the right stuff in spades.
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Another awesome premise ripped from the realities we face today, by just the author to pull it off. I look forward to this next book from Jacqui Castle.