Shades of Dark by Justin Sloan and Michael Anderle
The Truth will set you free, but what happens when the Truth is a Lie?
Rhona and her paladin brother Alastar have left the protection of the Paladin’s, and are now hunted by the same group.
Feeling like he can still make a difference for the people, Alastar is looking for his version of the Holy Grail.
The search for the magical Sword of Light takes Rhona and Alastar to an island rumored to be haunted and overrun by remnant.
What they discover there will change the fate of Roneland, but in ways they never would have imagined.
Along the way, Alastar is surrounded by the people he needs, as his belief’s start falling to the reality of truth.
When you know the truth about magic… anything is possible.
Set on the foundation laid by the Kurtherian Gambit Series, Shades of Light tells an entirely new story in the Age of Magic–and of the heroes and villains who battle for control of its destiny.
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JUSTIN SLOAN wrote video games before becoming a full-time author, with credits on such games as TALES FROM THE BORDERLANDS, WALKING DEAD, and GAME OF THRONES, along with Marvel and mobile games. Now you can find his military science fiction and space superheroes books on Amazon, KU, and Audible.com. He studied writing at Johns Hopkins and screenwriting at UCLA.
MICHAEL ANDERLE, (1967 – ??) was born in Houston, Tx. A very curious child, he got into trouble – a lot. What to do with an inquisitive mind when he was grounded? Read! In the first 20 years, Michael mostly read Science Fiction and Fantasy. In the last 10 years he has enjoyed Urban Fantasy and Military Fiction. With this background, he’s been created The Kurtherian Gambit series, a well-selling, and fan loved, collection of stories, and many other series.
The fans have propelled these stories beyond my wildest imagination and they should get all of the credit for sharing with friends, family and occasionally the random person on the street. They are fantastic!