Like the unfortunate objects that have strayed too close to a dying star, the protagonists of Sins of the Father find themselves inexorably pulled to the black hole that is the arrow. Book One of Song of the Elves took you to a scene in the Horseshoe pass – a soldier lying wounded in the snow. Each book has since begun by drawing the reader back to the aftermath of the arrow. As book three reaches its climax, I am reminded of the power of that arrow’s lure. There is no escaping the end destination as the first cycle draws to a close.
Nature abhors a vacuum. As one star implodes another is born. The earth shattering impact of the end of book three will have far reaching results. I will give you a taste of Book Four, The Lost, The Lonely and the Damned at the end of Book Three when it is published. The end is just the beginning. Thank you for joining me for the ride!
Up the elves!