Star of Saree by A.J Strickler

In a land where evil rules heroes are born! Kian Cardan is traveling north through the kingdom of Trimenia with two young charges he rescued from the flames of the inquisition. During his journey, he comes face to face with his dark past and glimpses a bloody future. Now plagued by voices in his head…

In a land where evil rules heroes are born!

Kian Cardan is traveling north through the kingdom of Trimenia with two young charges he rescued from the flames of the inquisition. During his journey, he comes face to face with his dark past and glimpses a bloody future. Now plagued by voices in his head and the consequences of his twin brother’s cruel experimentation, Kian finds himself in the middle of a rebellion. With the return of the God of Death and encircled by the manipulations of the Circle of Thirteen, the Slayer must find a way to cut a bloody path to victory.

With the dark gods at each other’s throats, the inquisition spreading throughout the civilized lands and war brewing in many nations, the world’s only hope rests on the legendary Star of Saree. Created by long dead elven mages. The Star is rumored to hold a power great enough to defeat an ancient god. In the grim kingdom of Sidia Kian and his brother Tavantis must face Evil incarnate and the Slayer will have to embrace strange forces inside himself and find the Star’s secret truth to be successful.
Will the Star of Saree be a weapon great enough to vanquish the God’s of Shadow Dragon Mountain or the cause of Slayers own demise?
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“Kian and company are back!”

Five Star Review on Amazon by Penny

Thanks to the author I stayed up all night to read. It was just that good. I was extremely excited to come across The Star of Saree while browsing. You see, I had been eagerly awaiting book 3 for over a year and was worried when the first 2 books were pulled from sale only to be re-released later. I have found that while there are a bunch of *good* fantasy novels out there more that are just crap. This novel doesn’t fall under either. This novel grabs you by the throat and won’t let go until the end (hence my late night).
Saree doesn’t waste any time rehashing old story plots. It starts with Kian separated from the Sons and trying to get back to his family. He comes into contact with a young princess and a group of rebels being hunted down…… by Kian’s friends. From there the story snowballs.
I want to thank the author for his creative work in bringing Saree to us. It can’t be easy. My only criticism would be editing. While it doesn’t detract from the actual story as a whole, it can be slightly annoying. All and all this was a really great addition to this series.

About the Author

A.J. became a diehard fan of both fantasy and ancient history at a very young age, and began reading anything he could get his hands on. As a young adult he became fascinated with ancient weapons and started building a collection that he still enjoys today. A.J. is an autodidact whose learning ancient history and mythology.

Reaching midlife, the thought of writing an epic became an exhilarating obsession. He found the dark fantasy books from newer authors to be lacking what he was truly hungry for in this genre. After openly sharing his desire to become an author, his friends and family urged him to follow his dreams, and so came the birth of the series Gods of the Forever Sea.

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