Child of the Daystar (The Wings of War Book 1)

Among the scattered fringe cities bordering the Cienbal desert, the true name of the Monster of Karth is spoken only in whispers…

RAZ I’SYUL ARRO.

A sellsword of the utmost caliber, Raz is a killer of paramount skill and highest regard. Towering tall even amongst the atherian, he is the only of his kind to live free in the “civilized” confines of mankind’s varied cultures. He has no need of loyalties, his sole affections pledged to the gold crowns that buy his time and skills. Wed to his blades, Raz’s only friends are the Moon and Her Stars and the shadows they bring with the night.

But Raz was not born to the mercenary’s way, to the butchery and battle of day-by-day survival. Raz, like a sword, was hammered from steel and fire and ashy smoke, forged on the ruins of an old life.

And Raz knows who he owes this new path to, this carved way of blood and iron. The Monster of Karth, after all, would never forget who gave him that name.

And some debts can’t be paid in gold…

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3 Comments

Corey on June 10, 2017 at 12:47 PM.

This is gold. One of the rare needles-in-the-Internet-haystack. Child of the Daystar is among the best books I’ve ever read. The plot moves perfectly. The author is able to evoke emotions on a level I have not found in most other books. I felt like I understood the characters. I think I even found my pulse racing during a few of the action scenes.The plot does conclude. There’s an overall arc that we can see continuing across the series, but the events of this book end in a way that make the end seem final – for now. There is sex, drugs,…

jjack929 on June 10, 2017 at 12:50 PM.

Fantastic adventure with a complex protagonist. I was pretty sure I was going to like this from the minute I laid eyes on the cover, and I certainly wasn’t disappointed. It wasn’t exactly what I expected based on the inside flap teaser and some of the book reviews, but that turned out to be a very good thing.What makes Raz such a fascinating character is the dichotomy of his nature. He is at once a creature of instinct and rage, but also a man of honor and family values instilled in him by his adoptive parents. Some regard him…

Pacific Bookworm on June 10, 2017 at 1:10 PM.

What did I just read!!! Not since Goodkind’s “Sword of truth”, my first foray into the fantasy genre, and GRRMs “Game of Thrones” which solidified my love for epic fantasy, has a book ensnared and captured and sustained my attention since the first opening sentence!I have read so many fantasy novels they have started to blur together for me. I’ve even read the occasional romantic fantasy just to break up the monotony of the books the genre seems to have a plethora of while waiting on GRRMs “Winds of…