The Black God's War: A Novella Introducing a New Epic Fantasy

By Moses Siregar III

  • Release Date : 2010-08-11
  • Genre : Epic
  • FIle Size : 0.63 MB


The Black God's War: A Novella Introducing a New Epic Fantasy "I enjoyed this novella from its opening chapter to its gripping end ... The writing style ... immediately put me at ease in the setting."
--Red Adept Reviews, 5 Stars

"Siregar's prose is smooth, and for his first novella he has his sense of pacing nailed down ... Siregar's debut is an excellent example of the quality the indie author scene is capable of ... More like this, please."
--Signal dot Noise blog

"If you want to read a talented new author with a flair for storytelling, you should definitely pick up this story."
--Debra L. Martin's Review, Two Ends of the Pen Blog

"'The Black God's War' has all the right ingredients and his prose lives up to the challenge ... It's been a while since a novella so captured me that I read it almost straight through--70 pages in the first sitting. But Siregar's novella, 15 chapters culled from 85 of his upcoming novel, just has that effect on you ... His characters are as passionate as his descriptive prose. The pacing is perfect ... This is a novella epic fantasy fans don't want to miss."
--Bryan Thomas Schmidt's blog

Her father-king wants war.

Her messianic brother wants peace.

The black god wants his due.

She suffers all the consequences.

King Vieri’s war against the lands of Pawelon rages into its tenth year, and with the kingdom’s holy savior, his son Caio, en route to the fighting in the storied canyon, victory ought to come soon. Feeling abandoned by his god, King Vieri forces young Caio to lead his army to victory.

The Black One, Lord Danato, tortures Lucia with nightly visions promising another ten years of bloodshed. She can no longer tell the difference between the waking world and Danato's nightmares. Lucia knows the black god too well; he entered her bed and dreams when she was ten.

As the epic battles rage, Lucia struggles to understand the messages of The Black One, while Caio wrestles with his conscience: Can someone who only wants to heal the world bring himself to kill another man?

"An inventive tale with high command of craft."
--Scott Nicholson, Author of Drummer Boy

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