De Kronieken van de Erfgenamen De erfgenaam van het zwaard Leuk De erfgenaam van het zwaard Voor hij zich bewust wordt van het bestaan van De Rozen, leidt de zestienjarige Jack een gewoon leven in het dorpje Trinity. Alleen de medicijnen die hij elke dag moet innemen en het litteken boven zijn hart maken hem anders dan zijn leeftijdgenoten. Dan neemt Jack op een goede dag zijn medicijnen een keertje niet in. Plotseling is hij sterker, feller en heeft hij meer zelfvertrouwen dan ooit tevoren.

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I regret that I am currently unable to supply signed copies of my books. Cover art by Larry Rostant. Click image to enlarge. It is now available in stores. About The Demon King When year-old Han Alister and his Clan friend Dancer encounter three underage wizards setting fire to the sacred mountain of Hanalea, he has no idea that this event will precipitate a cascade of disasters that will threaten everything he cares about.

Han takes an amulet from one of the wizards, Micah Bayar, to prevent him from using it against them. Only later does he learn that it has an evil history—it once belonged to the Demon King, the wizard who nearly destroyed the world a millennium ago. Events conspire against him, however.

When members of a rival gang start dying, Han naturally gets the blame. Now court life in Fellsmarch pinches like a pair of too-small shoes. Wars are raging to the south, and threaten to spread into the high country. After a long period of quiet, the power of the Wizard Council is once again growing.

The people of the Fells are starving and close to rebellion. Raisa feels like a cage is closing around her—and an arranged marriage and eroded inheritance is the least of it. Raisa wants to be more than an ornament in a glittering cage. She aspires to be like Hanalea—the legendary warrior queen who killed the Demon King and saved the world. Watch the video trailer for The Demon King.


About The Demon King

It manages to pack a ton of coherent believable detail about the world while remaining clear and well-paced and not getting bogged down in lengthy exposition paragraphs. Likewise, the reason I warmed up to the female character is that, naive or not, she gives a shit about worldly politics. That, more than the romance, gave her bonus points in my book. There are characters in this book from every station in life and the class politics are strong and well-explored and believable. In the second book we learn more about how the politics of the other realms affect each other and the characters. I am halfway through book 2 now and any mentions of romance are still only an underscore to the main story which is far more concerned with plot, character building, world building, politics, and action than romance, IMHO. I think the main difference between this book and male-targeted fantasy is that the female protagonists get to be real protagonists and are equal with the male characters, and that the point of view of the female protagonist is perhaps more relatable to young adult women than the relegated-to-a-side-character women in many male-targeted fantasy novels.


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