The Burning Sea
As the kingdoms prepare for war, unexpected visitors and a horrifying murder, throw everyone’s plans into disarray.
Amidst the chaos, Jael must find a way to lead her warriors to victory against King Haaron and his sons, watching as Eadmund drifts away from her, powerless to save him.
Night of the Shadow Moon
Release date: June 2018
Jael’s desperation to save Eadmund from Evaine’s spell leads her back to the place of her nightmares, where she quickly discovers that she is trapped, and The Following is closing in…
As the Arnesson brothers finally reach Oss’ harbour, Ivaar’s discomfort grows. Is he really willing to hand his long-dreamed-of throne to Borg Arnesson?
With the signal fires burning down the headland, Eadmund makes his final preparations to the fort’s defences, hoping to see Jael and the Brekkan fleet appear on the horizon…
The Raven's Warning
Escaping Hallow Wood with a wounded Thorgils, Aleksander and Jael find themselves stuck in Harstad, desperate to get the Book of Aurea back to Andala before the dragur find them again.
Waiting in Hest for Eadmund, Evaine is oblivious to everyone’s worry over Morana, who is showing little sign of recovery. Jaeger is panicking, knowing that without someone to read the Book of Darkness, they are defenseless, vulnerable to an attack from Draguta, should she return.
Vale of the Gods
Vale of the Gods is the explosive conclusion to the epic adventure that has been The Furyck Saga.
Draguta Teros wants to crush her enemies.
Every last one of them…
Her disloyal sister, Dara.
Briggit Halvardar and her Followers.
Jael Furyck and her Brekkan army.
The gods themselves.
But Draguta will not be cowed by any of them.
She will have her revenge.
They want her?
They want to take the Book of Darkness?
Let them come and die trying.
Mark of the Hunter
Sometimes it’s hard to see the truth…
‘How do you know so much, Grandfather?’
Alys was eleven. They sat at their table, shelling peas.
‘Me? Oh, well I’m old, you see. The old know many things, though the young are usually too busy to ask.’
‘You’re not that old.’
Jonas smiled. ‘I’m old enough to know some things. Your grandmother taught me a lot. She was a wise woman.’
Alys peered at him, seeing the sadness lurking behind his smile. They didn’t talk about her grandmother. They didn’t talk about her mother either.
Alys knew that.
She dropped her head, staring at the tiny green peas, glistening in their pod. And lifting it over the bowl, she scraped her finger under the peas, watching them slide into the bowl.
Jonas reached across the table, hand on her arm. ‘What use is knowledge if we never share it? That’s what Eida always said. Though some things make you unsafe. It’s better never to know about them. The darkness is not frightening if you don’t know what’s lurking in it…’
Frowning, Alys stared at him. ‘But what is lurking in it, Grandfather?’