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Dark Echoes of Light

(The eighth book in the Whill of Agora series)
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After years of turmoil, Agora is safe. The land was ravished, kingdoms have fallen, and its people were decimated, but the survivors will rebuild, the land will heal.

Drindellia, the homeland of the elves, beckons adventurers from across the sea. The humans and elves have settled on the western shores of the distant land, and the dwarves have reclaimed the ancient home of Ky'Dren.

But the ancient homeland keeps many secrets. Her vast plains, mountains, and abandoned ruins hold many dangers...

Deep beneath the Velk'Har Mountains, strange creatures begin to stir. Their skin is pail, their bodies frail, but it is their minds that might prove to be the greatest threat the dwarves have ever faced.

In the north, a new breed of Draggard is discovered. Calling themselves the Drekkon, these magic-wielding creations of Eadon have laid claim to Drindellia, and they will not back down easily.

Freed from the prison of the gods by Whill, Eldarian plots to destroy the prison and free the powers of darkness.

In western Agora, Dirk Blackthorn discovers a human like Whill - a human with the powers of old...

Whill of Agora thought that he might know peace for a time in the old world, but the power of the mantle beckons. If he is to ensure the safety of his children, his people, and his friends, he will have to embrace his newfound power, else be consumed by those who would wield it.

In classic fantasy tradition, the Whill of Agora saga continues to delight fans with its unforgettable characters, unstoppable action, and heart wrenching introspection into the human condition.

What adventure is complete without a map? Click the "Look inside" feature to view the new map of Drindellia.

Genre: Fantasy

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