The Second Draeken War

2013 Literary Palm Award Recipient

Elseerian: The Second Draeken War #1

The assassination of heroes was once a warning . . . for an invasion that nearly destroyed the world. Nations were slaughtered, cities were erased from existence, and defending armies were crushed into oblivion. With hundreds of thousands dead the races stood on the verge of extinction.

But the end did not come.

Instead the black horde vanished, leaving terrified survivors in its wake. As the centuries passed the holocaust faded into myth and legend. With the tale forgotten the renewed signs go unheeded. Only a supreme warrior can stave off the inevitable, a warrior named Elseerian.

For the killings have already begun . . .

Well Written” and “Highly Detailed
— Publisher's Weekly

The Gathering: The Second Draeken War #2

Born of darkness, the ultimate army has been unleashed. The only hope lies in destroying the source—before all life is extinguished. Fate has chosen Elseerian for the impossible feat, but as he embarks on the harrowing journey the invasion must be delayed. With time as their only weapon against extinction, the elves issue a desperate call . . . for every race to ally. Facing annihilation, many will realize that survival lies in unity, courage sleeps in ordinary citizens, and average people can turn the tide of war.

The Gathering has begun.

Seven Days: The Second Draeken War #3

Forced to ally, the world has gathered against the endless night. Numbering over a million souls, they are the survivors of nations. They have armed themselves with weapons and magic, and defend the strongest fortress every built. Led by a supreme strategic mind, the races have organized into battalions, designed unique tactics, and fortified their position beyond any conceivable need. But now their foe is at their gates, and to a man they cling to the same hope, to survive until Elseerian can defeat the source.

The best they can last is Seven Days . . .

The List Unseen: The Second Draeken War #4

The Second Draeken War has yet to occur, but his victory is assured. When all life stands on the brink the nations will be forced to gather—but it will be too late. The army built to exterminate them will not fail in its purpose.

Unless the future is altered.

Eleven impossible tasks can give the races a singular hope, to defend their lives as one people. Their completion will not be known. Their impact cannot be measured.

But even the Oracle cannot do it alone . . .