Saffron (aka Saff) is a young Australian author with a passion for both writing and reading. She has been fascinated by fantasy books from a young age with Lord of the Rings being one of her favourites.Saffron recently completed a PhD in chemistry.
Twins harness energy in an unpredictable and dangerous way.
Twins almost destroyed the world.
When Ash and Rae’s secret is discovered and Rae is kidnapped, Ash must learn to control his natural ability to manipulate the energy of his world to save her.
Energy can’t be created or destroyed… but it can be harnessed…
Two rules must always be observed. Two rules everyone knows.
Do not use energy from the living.
Do not reanimate the dead.
Ash will do anything to get Rae back…even breaking their sacred laws.
Everyone but Ash.
He doesn’t understand how he does it,
He doesn’t care.
All that matters is getting Rae back.
In order to do that, he must convince the powerful Skordkin Clan to help him, as they hold the key to his quest. To get their aid, he has to demonstrate his worth, something that will prove difficult as they don’t condone his methods.
His willingness to do anything to get Rae back, including casting away the last of his humanity, has him teetering on the brink of sanity in his quest for vengeance.
Now willing to sacrifice himself and everyone in the Known Kingdoms to get Rae back, he must confront the Faceless Monks in a final showdown that may put the entire world and reality at risk.
One way or another, he will end it.
It all started when I found Beldon on the floor—
No, I suppose it started earlier than that. It started the way most days do, with breakfast.
Randor is a mediocre scientist struggling to stand out on a planet where everyone is exceptional. But when a mystery illness sweeps through the Mars Colony, he’s finally special; he’s the last Martian.
He battles loneliness and despair for almost a decade, until he receives a signal from Proxima Centauri. With nothing but a hand-made ship, a dog, and seven rats, he chooses to travel alone across the vast emptiness of space, in the hopes of finding someone, anyone.
But space is deadly, and time is running out.