Author: Martin Ferguson
Genre: YA Fantasy
Cover Designer: Jacqueline Sweet
Editor: Karen Sanders
Publication Date: June 30th, 2021
Hosted by: Lady Amber's PR
In one night of snow and blood, Alena Athscar lost her family, her home and her name. Raised in secret and trained by the Guild of thieves and assassins, the lost girl returns to the world as Slayer, a hunter of monsters. But it is not just beasts and demons she must face.
The sorcerers of the Sacred hold dominion over the realms of Centuros, forcibly inducting any they chose and punishing all who deny them. They are Slayer's new employer, yet she possesses the very thing they seek and will stop at nothing to claim.
Martin Ferguson is a UK based author, a keen runner and father to two crazy, unstoppable children.
Martin's debut series, Relic Hunters, is a Young Adult adventure series, drawing on the myths and legends of different time periods and blending them with thrill-seeking action in the modern age.
Martin's most recent work is the Young Adult fantasy series The Forsaken, set in the collaborative world of the Hidden Realms, writing alongside NY Times best selling authors.
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‘The elf, wolf, and highborn,’ the Guildmaster said. ‘With a Wraith at their lead.’
‘And the favour of a sorcerer of the Sacred, don’t forget,’ she said, with Jakseyth’s letter still in hand.
‘Quite the assortment,’ he said with pride. ‘You will have to think up a name for your group.’
‘The Sacred, they are the highest order in our land, correct?’ she asked.
‘Very much so,’ he replied begrudgingly.
‘We are the opposite,’ she said with arrowhead pendant in hand. ‘Shunned, orphaned, cursed, unwanted, and indebted, forsaken and nameless...’
‘The Forsaken, led by the Wraith,’ Brevik decided.
‘I like that,’ she said with a smile.
‘TO WRAITH,’ Brevik declared with a raised tankard. ‘LEADER OF THE FORSAKEN.’
‘TO WRAITH,’ the Coin cheered as one, Raven, Fenrix, and Quinlan among them.
Fate and the Gods have decided my path, Wraith thought as the applause continued, and so begins my legend.
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