Book One of The Weapon Takers Saga
Toric’s Dagger is just another religious relic, until it’s stolen. Belwynn and her twin brother, Soren, volunteer to lead a team tasked with its retrieval. Drawn into a world of danger and treachery, they must rely on Soren’s magical abilities, and on the telepathic bond they share.
Now, as kingdoms and empires start to fall, the twins confront the dark forces that threaten them. They must not let the Dagger fall into the wrong hands. But when mercenaries, zealots and sorcerers are all hunting for the same weapon, who should they trust?
‘Adventurous and fun, I like old school fantasy with wizards and mages and mysterious magic, especially when the story is tightly told with a lot of world building.’ The Weatherwax Report
‘I didn’t get as much from the twin relationship as I had wanted…What I did enjoy though was the motley crew of characters who went on the quest to get Toric’s Dagger back. Each character had a unique personality, and they felt believable.’ Metaphors and Moonlight
‘Quite simply, this is the most fun I’ve had reading since the Kingkiller Chronicles.’ readper
‘I loved the relationship between the siblings and the interconnected storylines within the content of the book.’ Review Tales
‘Fans of Robert Jordan’s Wheel Of Time and J R R Tolkien’s Lord Of The Rings books will love this book. The characters and the story itself was very well developed. An epic saga of adventure and fantasy will transport you into another world.’ amazon.com
‘This was a great adventure story. I couldn’t put it down. It has magic, fighting and a variety of new races I’ve never heard of before so it was definitely like being in a new fantasy world. It is a classical good vs evil story line. I liked how fast paced it is and I can’t wait to read the sequel.’ amazon.com
‘This story had great world building, intriguing characters and a captivating plot. It was the first book in this series and I can’t wait to see what else the author has in store for us in the next story. Although fantasy isn’t the normal genre I read, this book had me spellbound early on.’ amazon.com
‘I think the characters and how they bounce off one another is the best part of this story with the Prince, Priestess, and Thieves forming an interesting dynamic among one another.’ CT Phipps, author of Wraith Knight
Book Two of The Weapon Takers Saga
Bolivar’s Sword is the fabled weapon of the greatest hero of the Krykker race—and Rabigar needs it. There’s just one problem. Rabigar has been exiled from his homeland, never to return, on pain of death.
Belwynn has escaped from the clutches of Ishari. But her brother Soren, and her friends, have not been so lucky. Who will help her in a rescue attempt that seems certain to fail?
Meanwhile, the armies of Ishari are on the march, aiming to smash the resistance of the Brasingian Empire. Will the fragile coalition hold? Or will the dark forces that have been unleashed destroy their world? As war comes to Dalriya, the stakes couldn’t get any higher…
‘Wow, a fantastic read with an action packed, magical adventure and a fascinating, well written cast of characters.’ amazon.com
‘I find the authors writing style reminiscent of David Eddings; easily read and swiftly flowing. The chapters melted away while I shared the adventures of the people we were introduced to in Book One/Toric’s Dagger.’ amazon.com
The Jalakh Bow
Book Three of The Weapon Takers Saga
The weapon takers have bought themselves some time to complete their quest. But when their enemies return, they will find that they have become more ruthless and terrifying than ever.
In the steppe lands of the far north, Soren must seek out the bow of the Jalakh tribes. In Kalinth, Belwynn must face a mysterious evil disguised as a friend. And in the high mountains of his Krykker homeland, Rabigar must learn a bitter lesson: nowhere is safe.
The Jalakh Bow continues the action-packed series, The Weapon Takers Saga. The series concludes with Book Four, The Giants’ Spear.
The Giants’ Spear
Book Four of The Weapon Takers Saga