Blade of Fire
by Skylar I. Rhavens
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After Darius Zephyrah returns to the Assassin Stronghold with Zeith, she is forced by the Assassin's Luminary to confront a force that is beyond even the smartest human's comprehension, and she must journey to the distant lands of Zei;lyn Trinomvi;ah to uncover it.

Legend has it that the "Force" was created by a precursor, one that contains more knowledge than even the worlds wisest specimine.
Darius must find a way to get to it, and to interact with it, or else everything that she knows and loves will be taken from her, and destroyed...

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Created on: Mar-09-2016   Last updated:  Mar-15-2016
Format: 7"x10" - Choice of Hardcover/Softcover - Color - Trade Book
Theme: Fiction    Privacy: Everyone
Preview Limit: 48 Pages
Adventure    Anger    Assassin    Assassination    Assassins    Battle    Blade    Blade of Fire    Bravey    Castle    Conflict    Congressional Assassin's Temple    Courage    Darius Zephyrah    Discovery    Fiction    Fight    Fire    Force    Hate    Hidden    Hide    Interesting    Intimacy    Kingdoms    Kings    Legend    Love    Medieval    Power    Precursor    Romance    Rumors    Skills    Skylar I. Rhavens    Swords    Zovindyen Cisolene   
About Author
Joined: Aug-09-2014

Skylar Rhavens is a very talented writer. She often writes medieval fiction books, but, occasionally she will write books like 'Blade of Ice' or 'Poems From My Soul'. Skylar Rhavens isn't only a writer, she is a very skilled artist and a beautiful singer. She is 15, and very different. She would prefer to stay inside her home instead of going in a group of kids unlike other stereotypical teenage behaviors. If Skylar Rhavens isn't writing, she is studying vocabulary, observing medieval, or playing video games. she is very isolated and quiet. If you were to meet her, your conversation with her would, for surly, not last that long. She has won two high school blue ribbons for her writing skills.