Only a hero who has fallen knows the strength required to rise again.
His love dead, his people dying, a massive army marching on the land he once called home, Drayvus Varden, banished elven knight turned infamous rogue, is a beaten man. As he drinks himself to death in the overcrowded refugee camp at Gate Town, he meets former partner Degan Trailsop the half-grumach warrior and the sword wielding sister of a former lover, Lewahna Bladelock.
Together they travel north through an oncoming army, through the deadly lands of the plainsmen, facing old enemies, and making new unsteady alliances, all with one goal: the death of Fayer the Gray, leader of the Northern Army.
The plague seed has been planted; now Fayer begins to reap what he has sewn, bringing with him the Plague War.
Your mother’s read it. She thinks there’s too much sex, foul language, and violence. Well, she’s right; there was.
As a defender of import and a slayer of twaddle, it would be criminal for me not to warn you away from the contents of this book.
Rawlen Brokenhorn, Lord Chancellor of the Guild of Historians
The Historical Account of The Plague War: Its Battles, Political Ramification, Racial Discord, and Projected Economic Implications Written by Rawlen Brokenhorn, Lord Chancellor of the Guild of Historians, Volumes 1-7