By Erin M. Evans
Praise for Erin M. Evans’s first publication, The God Catcher:
“Extremely unique, The God Catcher used to be a very good shock for me. Evans' fluent kind glues this booklet within the reader's arms. With an action-packed tale and brilliant characters, it fast turns into a page-turner.” –Speculative booklet Review
[The tale] flowed splendidly and it used to be fast moving and exciting. . . . each subplot or facet tale all appeared common and becoming. . . .I enjoyed the characters. every thing used to be defined good adequate to offer you a concept and it allowed to your mind's eye to create the rest. It’s as bright and as summary as you could get, all due to the descriptions. –Read among the Lines
“Under Evans’ pen, town of Waterdeep relatively involves existence at the web page; packed with every little thing urban has to be a thriving domestic for an outstanding tale. . . . Evans proves to be a bit a grasp at laying the seeds for one plot after which having it become anything else whilst you’re no longer looking forward to it (even although it finally ends up taking a look love it used to be going that manner the entire time).”—Graeme’s delusion publication Review
Rejected at beginning and raised in a village of tiefling misfits, Farideh expects a existence with no acquaintances, love, or keep watch over over her future. Then she makes a pact with a satan named Lorcan, and every thing changes.
Lorcan can provide all she ever dreamed of and asks for not anything in go back. Her dual sister Havilar urges Farideh to withstand the devil’s sway. yet Farideh’s now not so convinced. Lorcan should be harmful however the energy he bargains is exhilarating.
In the ruins of Neverwinter, Farideh’s doubts get twisted up in a devilish snare six layers deep. A succubus taking part in human pawns opposed to an otherworldly foe sees the twins as hindrances in her direction. And Lorcan’s huge sisters have their eyes at the city—and on Farideh. There’s no time to question her pact with Lorcan—it will take each ounce of Farideh’s newfound powers to get out of Neverwinter alive.
If you're looking for extra from Erin M. Evans, look for “The God Catcher” her debut novel a few girl who could be a dragon—or who may be criminally insane.
If you're looking for extra kickass heroines, look for “Gauntlgrym” via R.A. Salvatore, that includes the pleasing and strong Dahlia Sin’Felle who squares off opposed to the mythical Drizzt Do’Urden.
If you're looking for extra epic myth sequence, look for “Homeland” through R.A. Salvatore, the 1st booklet within the epic Legend of Drizzt.
If you're looking for extra sword and sorcery, look for “Sword of the Gods” via Bruce R. Cordell, the tale of an angel given mortal flesh to behave as an murderer for gods who now not exist.
If you're looking for extra tales set within the Forgotten geographical regions, look for “Twilight Falling” by means of Paul Kemp, approximately Erevis Cale, an murderer with a conscience.
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A snap of his whip was the only explanation he offered as he smashed a tiny ceramic globe at his feet. The sphere shattered, dropping out a pellet that Briza had enchanted for just such occasions, a pellet glowing with the brightness of daylight. For eyes accustomed to blackness, tuned in to heat emanations, the intrusion of such radiance came in a blinding flash of agony. The clerics’ cries of pain only aided Zak in his systematic trek around the room, and he smiled widely under his hood every time he felt his sword bite into drow flesh.
Behind these, in similar order though with far less enthusiasm for the adventure, came a hundred armed slaves of lesser races—goblins, orcs, and bugbears. There could be no doubt for onlookers—a drow house was on a march to war. This was not an everyday event in Menzoberranzan but neither was it unexpected. At least once every decade a house decided that its position within the city hierarchy could be improved by another house’s elimination. It was a risky proposition, for all of the nobles of the “victim” house had to be disposed of quickly and quietly.
In one such cavern, two miles wide and a thousand feet high, looms Menzoberranzan, a monument to the other worldly and— ultimately—deadly grace that marks the race of drow elves. Menzoberranzan is not a large city by drow standards; only twenty thousand dark elves reside there. Where, in ages past, there had been an empty cavern of roughly shaped stalactites and stalagmites now stands artistry, row after row of carved castles thrumming in a quiet glow of magic. The city is perfection of form, where not a stone has been left to its natural shape.
Brimstone Angels (Forgotten Realms) by Erin M. Evans