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Days of the Dark

Published by Indigo River Publishing
Distributed by Simon & Schuster

About The Book

" epic, meticulously imagined fantasy world filled with humor, lots of strong women, and a tale that feels unique and fresh." — Reader Views

For some, even death is not the end . . . Across countless generations, the bloodthirsty chovathi were confined to their subterranean lairs – but when a new power joins with them and their hive-mind, even the gods of creation find themselves threatened. Ahmaan Kaa, the outcast Lord of the Dead, seeks to use the chaos sown by the chovathi to oust the gods of creation themselves and seat himself upon the throne – and the last hope for humanity reveals itself in the most unlikely of places, and from the most unlikely of allies.

Who will claim control over the realms of mortals and gods? Find out in Days of the Dark, the thrilling conclusion to the Award-winning Highglade Series, where D.L. Jennings once again transports readers to the war-torn lands first visited in Gift of the Shaper and Awaken the Three.

About The Author

David "D. L." Jennings is a fourteen-year veteran of the United States Air Force and Air Force Special Operations Command. Deploying to Iraq and Afghanistan as well as several countries in Africa, he finished writing his debut novel, Gift of the Shaper while serving on his ninth combat tour.

After separating in 2018, he spends his time reading and writing epic fantasy, traveling, listening to '90s punk, and bemoaning being an Ohio sports fan.

Product Details

  • Publisher: Indigo River Publishing (July 9, 2024)
  • Length: 590 pages
  • ISBN13: 9781954676770

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Raves and Reviews

"In the award-winning Highglade Series, D.L. Jennings presents an epic, meticulously imagined fantasy world filled with humor, lots of strong women, and a tale that feels unique and fresh...The chapters in this book tend to be very short, which makes it fun to consume, kind of like popcorn. It’s so easy to tell yourself 'I’ll just read one more chapter' and look up three hours later to wonder where the time went. There is a lot of heavy material in Days of the Dark but a persistent touch of wry humor keeps the narrative from ever getting too dark for its own good...
The important thing to know about this book, and this series in general, is that it is epic fantasy with a capital E...this book in the hands of readers who enjoy epic fantasies, family sagas, or action/adventure fantasies is a thrill ride firing on all cylinders." — Karen Gellender, Reader Views

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