I started this blog to encourage others to read more. They say that if you can't afford to travel, read a book. These books have taken me all over the US, Australia, Ireland and Britain. I have learned about folk lore, mythology, and many different cultures. Books are my escape from a world that is full of unhappiness. The authors on this blog have become my tour guides. I appreciate the hard work that they put into the research that goes into each and every book.
Keleios the Half-Elf was but five years old when she saw her mother murdered by the evil witch Harque. For years she has asked the gods for the strength she'll need to avenge this foul death, and it seems the gods have answered her. She's been granted an array of powers never before seen in one person, but she has also acquired a most terrifying burden, a demonmark. This mark can open the door to undreamed abilities, but it can also open her soul to the forbidden dark side of magic. Keleios must choose between the demonmark's tainted power and the lives of those she holds most dear. In an epic battle of good versus evil, of enchanted swords and shapeshifting dragons, of unquenchable hatred and unlikely love, Keleios must face her own demons—before she can acquire the most important power of all: the power to forgive