Aristocrat. Outcast. Picara. Slave. Ruler. Estri was a daughter of light; Chayin, a son of darkness; Sereth, the son of all flesh. Are they the three foretold, who will make truth of prophecy? The final volume in the Silistra Quartet.
Estri was a god, and the daughter of light.
Chayin was a god, and the son of darkness.
Sereth was hase-enor, the son of all flesh.
Lovers and friends, could they be the prophesied three
who would wield the Sword of Severance, Se’Keroth,
and bring light out of dark?
“One from the east, born of ease and destined,
“One from north of south, divine, exempt of question;
the third from out the west,
Astride a tide of death,” quoted Chayin. He was not
smiling. It is a long epic. All has been foreseen. We
all know that tale’s end.”
— Estri Hadrath diet Estrazi, in “Wind from the Abyss.”
The Carnelian Throne, Book 4 in the bestselling Silistra Quartet
“Engrossing characters in a marvelous adventure.” — CHARLES N. BROWN, LOCUS