Matthan had lost everything...
When the fog cleared from his mind, Matthan began to see that he had lost his people, his kingdom, his friends, even his beloved.
Now he wanders the land, a fallen knight with nothing to live for, but unwilling to die without making amends.
Can he find redemption and make those responsible for his fall pay before he finds his end on the tip of some brigand's sword?
Taking the name 'Brok', the orcish word for failure, Matthan slowly learns deep truths about himself, his people, his kingdom, and those he trusted most.
From the moment his father died in an ambush, the world had been set against Matthan. Now, as Brok, he has lost everything important to him... Except himself. Deep inside, he knows right from wrong. Deep inside, he knows that those who used him must be stopped. And deep inside, he knows that he is the one that must stop them.
More than just a kingdom might be at stake. The very future of his people might well rest on his ability to find worth in himself after years of being unworthy.
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The struggle to retake his kingdom was going better than Matthan had any right to expect, but those against him were now concentrated around the capital, and the hardest part of his redemption was about to begin.
Dragons, demon worship, dark magicks… Those who had stolen Matthan’s kingdom would stop at nothing to maintain control. But Matthan’s abiding faith and loyal friends were determined to return justice and truth to the kingdom of Freeland old, no matter the personal costs.
The spellbinding sequel to Oathbreaker.
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When the land is ruled by evil men, good men must rise in resistance. Cristobal and his brothers were three of those good men. Members of the Acero, they rescued young men and women about to be taken into slavery.
Known as The Three Brothers, stories of their deeds had spread far and wide. Nobles called them The Scourge of Calere, and many parents warned their children to behave lest The Three Brothers come for them. But stories are rarely truth, and Cristobal was not concerned with what was said about him, only about what was done to his people.
It was a good life, in Cristobal's view. He was Medio - one of the little people - yet he was schooled in acting as a noble. He was every bit as comfortable in a run-down tavern as he was in a manse, and it helped with their work saving lives.
The Three Brothers had rescued hundreds of people over the years, but none of them had been like this one. Miata was young, fierce, and a magia. One of the few people in the world whose magic matched Cristobal's own. And she was not certain if they were the saviors they proclaimed, or the villains stories told of. And everyone of power in the kingdom was after her - from the King's Knife to his personal guard, from mercenary cazadore's hired by the nobility to nobles themselves. Could The Three Brothers get her to safety and away from a kingdom that wanted to abuse her talents for nobles' gain?
When the Starling Screams is a roaring swashbuckler, set in a near-earth alternate universe where Christ is King, and men are as fickle as in our world.
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