"Crimson flags borne on horses of white, see them ride, ye children of light." – The Ballad of Eldwal
I have started Vorodin's Lair, Book Two of J.V. Hilliard's Warminster Series.
Almost a year ago I read the first book, The Last Keeper, at the author's request for an Official Book Review –
but once I get hooked on a series I stay till the end, and by the
Ancients am I hooked in and by the magical and marvelously deep realm of
Warminster! So do I reunite with Princess Addilyn Elspeth and Last
Keeper Daemus Alaric as they, with a pair of mercifully not-beheaded
friends, make for the scholar city of Abacus on a quest guided by Erud.
But Graytorris the Mad will not let them make it unhindered anymore than
let the rest of the realm escape unscathed, for treachery blooms like
the dark flowers on Bone Elf daggers. Daggers already watered in blood
as this epic, unique, and unpredictable saga continues.
"The blade of betrayal, the sharpest of weapons, is wielded not by your enemies, but by your friends." – Warminster the Mage