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“The world burned. Naresh reached a hand toward his wife, but flames swept over all the Isles. Blistering heat seared his skin. And in the midst of the conflagration, armies still clashed, oblivious to the death knell of the Earth around them.”


The dynasties of the Skyfall Isles have fallen to chaos, and three kings war for supremacy. Naresh, last protector of the fallen Solar Empire, wants nothing more than to finally bring peace to the Isles. But how can he stand behind one of these kings, when he finds every one lacking? How can he focus on his duty when his wife is spiraling into lunacy?

As the rifts between the Isles--and between Naresh and Chandi--grow, Naresh is faced with an even greater problem. Kahyangan is no longer quiet. The horrors of the Spirit World are spreading across the Isles, and if Naresh wants to save everything he loves, he must battle against forces beyond anything he has ever known.


Indonesian mythology and historical fantasy blend in book 3 of The Skyfall Era, the epic conclusion to an era.

Author’s Note

Avatar of Night and Day is mythic fantasy set on an alternate version of Earth, one in which Indonesia is dominated by dynasties of Sun, Moon, and Fire worshipping cultures.

For those curious, it takes place in the same world as my Ragnarok Era books, albeit at an earlier time period.

I adore mythology from any culture. Hindu, Norse, Greek all of them. Mythology helped shape the fantasy genre. And while lots of fantasies pull in aspects of mythology, I wanted to create something to reconcile all world mythologies into an epic fantasy whole.

And why should you give it a try? I’m writing what I want to read: action, epic plots, larger-than-life characters, a bit of romance, swords, sorcery, dark deities, and twists. Sound up your alley? Then you’ll probably love this mythic world as much as I do.

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