I’m proud to say that The Road To Dar Rodon landed on two Amazon Bestseller lists less than twelve hours after publication! It’s hard to wrap my head around this.
Thank you all so much for your continued support, and thank you for the kind words you’ve all shared with me about this new story. Many of you reading this are writers yourselves, so you know how surreal it can be to release a piece of art into the world and have it accepted by people you don’t even know.
Something else I’m not used to is that people seem to actually like my cover this time around!
Thanks again. I know it’s been said countless times, but I can assure you it’s been true each time: this simply wouldn’t be possible without your support.
Erindor, the visionary fantasy world that ignited imaginations worldwide in Necromancer Awakening, comes to life once more in a story of vengeance and redemption in this latest novelette from Amazon bestselling author Nat Russo.
Mujahid Lord Mukhtaar, leader of the twelve necromantic clans, is one of the most powerful necromancers in Erindor. In the course of a single year, he is banished from his home, forced into hiding, and separated from those who need him most. When a long-awaited trip to one of his covens ends in betrayal and death, Mujahid sets out on a journey of revenge against the last men on Erindor he thought would betray him: the peace-loving Arinian priests of Dar Rodon.
But it’s the holy season, and the pilgrim road to Dar Rodon is both heavily traveled and heavily guarded. When Mujahid comes face to face with a lone Arinian priest, he has a choice: continue his journey across the desert in secrecy and solitude, or take the old man with him to discover the reason for the priesthood’s treachery.
The road to Dar Rodon may lead Mujahid through the desert of Erindor…but it will lead him through the desert of his soul along the way.
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