In The Depths Of Winter (The Dark Mage Chronicles Book 2) by Bradley R. Mitzelfelt
English | 2019 | Fantasy | ePUB | 1.1 Mb
In The Depths Of Winter: In the aftermath of the disaster at Xilu, and his failure to capture the person responsible for the murder of the Minister, Dearic moves in with the dwarves. There he makes an important discovery about who he is, but is ultimately left with more questions than answers. And when a mysterious force appears outside of the dwarven city, the necessity of moving forward becomes evident.
In the forest of Laradain, he discovers more of his destiny and learns to harness more of his ability. He isn’t there long before he’s off on a quest which leads him face to face with someone he would never expect to meet.
But is it all for nothing? Betrayal looms on the horizon; death hangs in the air. In the void there is Chaos, but in Amarand there is even greater peril. Join Dearic and company as they journey to find hope In the Depths of Winter.
“And you can’t bring that, either. You need to pack bags, not a trunk,” Daedre said. “There’s no way, and no one, to carry it.”
A whimper escaped her lips as she stared at the trunk. She wanted to take it with her. Maybe we could get a wagon? No. That would require that there be wagons here and I doubt there are any. Besides, there so slow and Daedre wants to move fast. Grudgingly, she pushed the trunk back beneath the bed. It would be left behind, likely forever, empty and forgotten.
She walked to the stained oak wardrobe, clawed feet resting on a stone floor, ignoring her older sister in favor of focusing on her own packing. From within she pulled a couple of bags. One of them she stuffed full of books and some clothing. If she couldn’t bring all her books, she would only bring the ones on studies of flora and fauna. She liked those best and they would be potentially useful on their trip. Considering the lack of settlements between Meridea and Brivan, they’d have to rely on wild foods. At least she would know what kinds of mushrooms were alright to eat.”