The story so far...
Dangerous Times, a Skies of Fyir prequel:
Set twenty-five years prior to the events of Crystalline Chaos, Nathaniel has risen to power on the Central Isles, ruling over the demon population that lives there. A few years after the start of his reign, the tensions start to reach a peak as the demon population begins to dwindle, victims of supposed angel attacks.
To bolster his ranks, a young mage from the South is recruited to serve as the King’s Court Mage; a powerful demon known as Amnur. He is eager to take on his new responsibilities but soon finds that the dream he was sold has a dark, cruel reality. Can he find peace in the Central Isles?
Crystalline Chaos, book one:
The world of Fyir is a place rife with discrimination, due to its turbulent past. The Central Isles are certainly no exception to this; their small residing populations of angels, demons and humans are forever locked in petty skirmishes and short-term wars. When a new, unknown threat emerges and threatens to destabilise the tiny continent, can the opposing races set aside their differences in order to save themselves?
Following the expedition to investigate the magical disturbance in the west, Ferdan Is left with a daunting challenge: How does he convince the three racial leaders that something is amiss while avoiding the problem of them implicating one another? Such a task is difficult to undertake without more information, so he undertakes an expedition to the west to find out more. Meanwhile, Sebastian the Demon King, Uriel the Angel Monarch and Thardosean the Human King mull over the messages they received, each contemplating their next move with care.
The Northern Bloodline, book two:
The chaos magic incident has stirred up many issues. Amnur hides out in the distant swampland that he knows as home, tending to his injured daughter in the midst of the early onset of winter. While he soldiers on and brings home the meagre rations he can scavenge, Sakura debates the course going forward: Sebastian knows of her father’s continued existence, and hers by extension. The Magi Council, too, know that fact. Neither has decided to act, but she wonders how long that will remain true. Could she force Sebastian to reconsider what he knows as the truth?
What other unknown issues have yet to rear their ugly heads among the residents of the Central Isles?
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