After Exile Book I: An Emperor for the Eclipse
He was expendable. He was a sacrifice. He was the emperor.
Raothan Ga’ardahn wants to take his own life. Twelve years in exile have a way of beating a man down, and the shameful secrets of his past, no matter how far buried, weigh enough to keep him that way. The last thing standing between him and oblivion is a sign from the gods. That, and a unit of Imperial Guard trooping onto his farm one late summer’s afternoon. What could the empire possibly want with a foreigner like him?
Across the continent, the Taunai heed the warnings of their dead: act to correct an unforeseen fracture in the Pattern of events, or face annihilation. Niquel, their bravest Questioner, accepts the challenge to descend into the dangers of the lowlander capital for the good of her people. A journey alone away from her snowy mountain home awaits. Any worry about the strange man in her dreams will have to come later.
When the paths of the two outsiders cross on the steps of the imperial palace at Protreo, the fate of the empire shifts. One the Novamneans call ‘exile’, the other they call ‘witch’. Neither will ever be the same.
Eris Adderly transports you to a complex world of ancient empires, impossible alliances, politics, and mystery. Fate and free will do a murderous dance across the page, and suspicious second chances forge enemies and lovers at every turn.
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One of the best fantasy novels I’ve read this year.
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A distinct and chewy fantasy world.
“Eris Adderly has a strong command of her fantasy world and its inner logic from the very beginning and throughout this first book … This is a drama with many, oh-so-human elements in it … The narrative is not dense or pretentious in the least (and the sex is complex, varied, and has real bearing on the plot … The details matter, and they invite questions about how the world works.“
When is HBO going to pick this up as a series?!?!?!?
“Like A Song of Ice and Fire, that’s what I thought while reading this book. … The protagonist is a pure bad ass who is not an arrogant twat but has been humbled by his experiences. … If you want a light read, look elsewhere, but if you are in the mood to be transported to another world I highly encourage you to invest some time in this book. I was thoroughly captivated from page one of this book.“
Note: After Exile is a dark romantic fantasy where the action does not fade to black. An Emperor for the Eclipse contains explicit descriptions of sexual acts, including both M/F and F/F couples, light BDSM, non-consent, and more. For mature readers only. Also available in paperback from:
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Note: After Exile is a dark romantic fantasy where the action does not fade to black. An Emperor for the Eclipse contains explicit descriptions of sexual acts, including both M/F and F/F couples, light BDSM, non-consent, and more. For mature readers only.
Also available in paperback from:Amazon