The mark of the traitor has been carved into the side of Dorn’s jaw. He does not fully understand his actions and turns to his brother Zorn for help. Magic is something hated by his kind, and yet Dorn is now thrust toward its practice if he ever hopes to earn his redemption. At the same time, a young soul, Zak, awakens into this world lost and forgotten. Such a small, insignificant figure, he is destined to fail. Only through the call of the orb guardian, Velvet, will Zak find salvation as he learns what it takes to live in this world. All four are desperate to survive in a world that is controlled by Ragnos, a human nation that wishes to dominate all races.
The Gray Sphere Saga is a story with no good or evil characters, only motives that will lead nations to fall for the chance at the blood of ancient artifacts. Each book in the first trilogy follows a different set of characters fighting to achieve their own goals. These three stories occur within the same span of time and set the stage for what is to come in this expansive saga. The world of Coronam has been in an unsteady peace for nearly a hundred years, but now war has begun, and it is only going to get more complex from here.