"[Breckon] has built a rich universe, and spares no details…” and “…the worldbuilding is dynamic and imaginative…” - The Booklife Prize


Myridians are coming, each bringing with them one of Six Cataclysmic Powers that will lay waste to the world and wake the God of Neutrality. What happens when one refuses to succumb to her myridian nature and sets out to save the world instead?


Nineteen-year-old Sidra Anatola knows that she will die a human death one day and be reborn as one of the prophesied beings destined to destroy the World of Aetheria. But Sidra does not want to play a part in the destruction of the world. In a desperate attempt to change her destiny, she flees home and the young man she loves to journey to a city to have her runes read by a powerful entity who has lived through all the ages.

Seventeen-year-old Breseis Eriswen was expelled from her academy for her inability to use weapons and her skepticism of the gods. Failing her father, who wanted nothing more than for her to carry on her late mother’s profession as a myridian hunter, was her greatest shame. But Breseis never wanted to be a hunter, not only because she refused to kill, but she never believed in myridians, to begin with. She sets out on a journey with big dreams, lacking experience, and a broken heart, to prove to her father—and herself—that she is more than a failed hunter.

Two contrasting paths converge to become a turbulent one. A mouthy intellect with a colorful personality, and a skilled warrior with a frosty attitude, put their differences aside and travel the rest of the way together, robbing temples, angering false gods, and escaping numerous predicaments with their lives, on the run from humans, hunters and myridians alike. Amid the chaos, they form a friendship despite a gut feeling that both are hiding monumental secrets.

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