Book 3 - High Resolution

In wait for an inevitable reprisal following the Battle of Deepshine, the eyes of every Malquian are turned towards the lighted horizon of the sea, but it is from the shadows that the Vandarian Order strikes. After an encounter with Crown Aegis leader Berault, an assassin flees across the sea to the deserts of Kal’resh, southern sibling nation of icy Vandar. Garreth, Kayten, Ilsa, and Novas are called to leave the shores of Malquia and track down the assailant, pursuing their quarry across the towering waves of stormy waters and sandy dunes alike. In their travels from the seaside port of Nacosst to the citadel of Andalvia, the Malquians hear the lament of the native Kal’reth, enslaved by their Vandarian masters, and ignite a conflict that threatens to swallow each of the three nations whole. As they struggle through a centuries old blood feud, will the Malquians return home before the shadow of the Vandari envelops their homeland as well?

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Here’s a link to a sample of the novel for your reading pleasure:

Horizon Sample

Here are what some of the readers have said about Horizon:

“This, the third book of the saga, In the Absence of Kings, is possibly the strongest of the three. The pacing is faster, the intrigue and intensity of the battles is ramped up, while the richness of the writing and depth of the characters remains unchanged.”
Mandy Walkden-Brown

By the third in the series, In the Absence of Kings has really come into its own and provided a worthwhile conclusion so far.”

“If you like great battles, political intrigue and beautiful worlds, then get started on this series.”

“Action packed. Couldn’t stop reading! Enjoyed the storyline very much.”
Courtney Hawkins


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