There was a time the mages and humans lived together in peace in Adadhel; a beautiful, prosperous city built by mages. But everything changed when King Duncan, the king amongst men, died and his son, King Deacon, took the throne. King Deacon was afraid of the mages and didnt trust them.There were whispers that the most powerful mages could conjure a dragon. This fear was the cause of a long line of murders, that we know now to be the witch hunts. In an attempt to end the witch hunts and bring back peace, King Deacon and King malfodius, the king of all mages, came to an agreement taht the mages would leave Adadhel and live in exile in Heladad. Furthermore, the most valuable possesion of the mages; The Draco, has been stolen and King Malfodius does nothing to retrieve their most prized and holy book, filled with all their secrets. After many years of living in a dead, small city in the desert; Heladad, princess Aljens dissapointment in her father, King Malfodius, has turned into anger and contempt and she decides to put an end on the exile her people have been living in for ages. She challenges the rule of her father, who doesnt do anything to support his people, and their enemy; the humans. Shes determined to ensure the freedom of her people and reclaim the Draco.
- Paperback | 160 pages
- 133 x 203 x 9mm | 191g
- 01 Jul 2015
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
- Illustrations, black and white
About Nejla Karatas
Nejla Karatas was encouraged to start writing by her mother, at a very young age. Inspired by two of her favorite storytellers; The brothers Grimm, she started making up her own fairy tales and stories at the age of eleven. Her love for fantasy came at a later age. After publishing several short stories in the country she lives in; the Netherlands, she now has her first, full, fantasy novel; Abadon.