A remote farm and meagre crops are a far cry from Ostenheim and the life of a banneret, but they are not far enough. For Soren to be free of Amero, there is only one answer.
In Ostenheim, Duke Amero presides over a war-weary population and an empty treasury, but still he hungers for more.
An Intelligencier uncovers the disturbing resurgence of sorcery in the city, while an avaricious colleague sees the chance to prove his worth to the Duke.
Enemies and allies emerge from unexpected places, as Soren must face his former patron and idol for a final reckoning.
The Telastrian Song follows The Huntsman’s Amulet and is the concluding part of the Society of the Sword Trilogy.More info →
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Unique talent always attracts attention…
In a world where magic is outlawed, ability with a sword is prized above all else. For Soren this means the chance to live out his dreams.
Plucked from a life of privation, he is given a coveted place at Ostenheim’s Academy of Swordsmanship, an opportunity beyond belief.
Opportunity is not always what it seems however, and gifts rarely come without conditions. Soren becomes an unwitting pawn in a game of intrigue and treachery that could cost him not just his dreams, but also his life.More info →
Alone in a foreign land, Soren must come to terms with loss and a gift that has been as much a burden as a benefit.
A long abandoned city may hold the answers he seeks about the Gift of Grace, but a lethal assassin proves that old enemies have not forgotten him.
As misfortune pulls him ever farther from an unsettled score, he finds hope in an unexpected place…
The Huntsman's Amulet follows The Tattered Banner and is the second part of the Society of the Sword trilogy.More info →