"I was enchanted by Initiate, drawn into a world that felt as comfortably recognizable and uniquely untried as Narnia, Hogwarts or Middle Earth."
--Casee Marie, The Girl Who Stole the Eiffel Tower
"Wow. Holy smoking wow. This is one of the few books I've read that I can honestly say was totally, 100% original.... However, as unique as it is, it was insanely easy to slip into the story..."
--Emi London, Octopus Ink
"I recommend this [series] ...to fantasy and epic saga lovers and readers who liked reading Lord of the Rings, but found the length of the book overwhelming....This book series has a unique concept - breaking down the traditionally long Epic Fantasy tale into shorter more manageable books." - Gina, My Precious: Ramblings of a Kindle Addict
About the twelve-book epic fantasy series, THE UNFINISHED SONG
Love is not stronger than Death. Except in faery tales...
Welcome to Faearth. The world is still young, fairytales are real, and humans are trapped between the immortal fae and the minions of Death. The war between the fae and the Deathsworn will tear apart two lovers and determine who will rule the world…the humans, their ancient rivals, the Aelfae…or Death.
About SACRIFICE, the third book in The Unfinished Song series
As war looms on the horizon, Kavio continues to teach Dindi forbidden magics. Dindi’s cohort of fellow Initiates secretly select her to be the target of a vicious prank; an enemy of Kavio has targets her for an even viler crime. Meanwhile, Brena seeks allies hidden among the enemy, which puts her on a collision course with her former captive and husband, Rthan, who is sent to stop her by any means necessary. As powerful magic spins out of control, the fae themselves are in peril, and what started as a tribal war could become the cataclysm that wipes humans from Faearth. For, in Faearth, there is a price to be paid for breaking taboos, and it can only be atoned for with a terrible sacrifice.
Length: 80,000 words
This book has some violent content; it is appropriate for older teens and adults. This book is not DRM enabled.
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