The mountain fortress of Sargatum now lies in ruin, torn apart by an unholy and ancient power long believed extinct. As war rages on between the Renzai Empire and the Vicedonian Kingdom, Raden struggles to make sense of his place in the world... but fate waits for no one. An unexpected danger rises and threatens to destroy Gozin, the capital city of the Renzai, endangering everything and everyone Raden holds dear. To save all that is precious to him, Raden and his best friends-Gama and Oli-must place their lives in the hands of mythical strangers and locate a legendary artifact believed to be the only way to stop the rising tide of darkness. Elsewhere, Prince Aric's journey into the Disputed Lands has set into motion a series of disastrous consequences. The young prince now returns home, empowered by a mysterious force, eager to reveal his newfound abilities to his father and people. Unbeknownst to him, though, an internal struggle caused by the destruction of Sargatum is threatening to rip apart his homeland. In his midst, a servant girl reluctantly embraces her destiny, fanning the flames of rebellion against Vicedonian oppression, but at what cost? Will Prince Aric be able to restore order? Or will he continue down a path too dark to return from? Eos' very survival rests upon the choices made by its heroes-or villains. Set against a backdrop of war, honor, betrayal, and love, family loyalties will be put to the test, faiths and convictions questioned, and only the Chosen one can save Eos from the brink of destruction.
- Paperback | 438 pages
- 152.4 x 228.6 x 27.94mm | 734.82g
- 03 Jul 2015
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
- United States
- black & white illustrations
About T Sae-Low
T. Sae-Low was born and raised in Los Angeles, California. The youngest of three siblings, his parents emigrated from Thailand to the U.S. in the late 1970's, setting up residence in a one bedroom apartment in the Koreatown District of L.A. As a child, he spent his early Saturday mornings watching his favorite cartoons and playing video games with friends. The rest of his time he spent reading and collecting comic books and anime with his older brother. Inspired by titles such as X-Men, Akira, and Robotech, he buried himself in these imaginary worlds, drawing his favorite characters and creating plenty of his own. He transformed a corner of his family's small living room into his makeshift art station. Mock covers of his favorite comics and magazines adorned the wall. At school, his journals and homework were filled with doodles in the margins, much to the chagrin of some of his teachers. As he grew older, his love for incredible stories led him towards a degree in history, where he found fact to often be more amazing than fiction. He graduated from UCSD with a degree in History and a minor in Education. Shortly after, he received his teaching credential and has been teaching since, finding it to be a rewarding yet challenging profession, all the while continuing his love for brave new worlds with his insatiable appetite for books and graphic novels.