An extraordinary work of tense, outsider fantasy… Enchantment’s Reach is the first volume of six, a fast-paced, intricately-woven saga of conflict, mystery, intrigue, magic and betrayal, set in a world where the fabulous and the unexpected have become the norm.The small kingdom of Enchantment’s Reach lies close on the border of the mysterious land of Enchantment from where weird energies seep, borne invisibly on unnatural breezes. Untamed magic resides in the air, in the land itself, and sometimes deep within the psyches of its inhabitants.In a time of immense tension. Enchantment’s Reach is being torn apart from both inside and out. From the southwest have come the Karai, a brutal warrior race not wholly human. One of their armies now musters close upon the border of the Reach.
The Karai are in league, it appears, with mysterious entities who dwell within Enchantment itself, commanding advanced technologies and commonly held to have the powers of deities. Yet neither the Karai nor these godlike creatures of Enchantment have been known before to interfere directly in the affairs of lesser creatures.What do they seek from Enchantment’s Reach?Further dangers menace the isolated kingdom. Grave internal as well as external conflicts threaten its King, Leth, his beautiful young queen, Issul, and the people of the Reach. Ancient religious factions are resurgent; fanatical cults revive old feuds and rise to imperil the throne. And somewhere deep within Enchantment’s Reach itself a mysterious creature appears, an incredibly ancient inhabitant of some other dimension, seeming secretly to wield unusual influence over King Leth.
Ahead lie treacherous intrigues both human and otherworldly, and a desperate quest into lands of warring gods, into dimensions previously uncontacted, and into the depths of unconscious creation in search of keys to mysteries dark, enigmatic and profound.This is fantasy at its finest – a true epic brimming with secrets and revelations, an inquiry deep into mysteries of existence, the nature of experience and identity, of belief, knowledge and desire, of jealous ‘gods’ and scheming humans, all held together with a narrative power that will hold the reader enthralled from beginning to end.