Winter's End

Terminal City Saga Book 2 · EDGE-Lite
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About this ebook

Book Two in the Terminal City Saga

Now a certified necromancer, Mason Cross is on his way to Winter’s End, a hidden academy in the north and a refuge from the world.

But Mason has an agenda, one he hasn’t shared with his companions—who consequently may no longer be his companions in a few days.

And that may not even be their biggest problem. There's an even greater threat no one sees coming.

Testimonials:

"Every age gets the necromancer it deserves – and every city gets the end it has coming." - Peter Darbyshire, author of The Mona Lisa Sacrifice

"Melanson subverts the tropes he's introduced and plays skillfully with the reader's expectations. Clearly familiar with authors like Neil Gaiman and China Miéville, Melanson's first novel sets forth into similar territory and proves he's learned from those who've trod that ground before." — Eric Gauf

The Series:

Book One: Terminal City
Book Two: Winter's End
Book Three: Reaper's Edge - (Coming Soon)
4.2
4 reviews
Third-party review
Second in the Terminal City series, Winter's End picks up a couple of years after the events of the first book. Mason's necromancy has developed, and he is sent on a mission by one of the Necromancer ...
Third-party review
Winters End took necromancy in a direction I did not expect but absolutely enjoyed!! Frequently a storyline with necromancy as it's theme the plot is filled with nothing but dark, eerie, nefarious ...
Third-party review
Book 2 of the Terminal City Saga continues the story of Mason and his continuing growth in the world of necromancy. About a year after the events of the first book, Mason is approached by Joan ...

About the author

 Trevor Melanson is the author of two novels and an award-winning journalist who’s written for numerous publications across Canada. He lives in Vancouver with his fiancée and their cat.

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