Book 3 : Unforgotten, Volume I


03new450hThe Reaver hunts them while they are awake. The Eater of Dreams stalks them while they sleep. In light of these and other menaces, how can Kara Kinfolk, Tal Stormgren, and companions new and old ever reach the elves? Old magics are awakening, most of them horrific, and none more so than the ancient, haunted city of Jorim-Sa. It lies between them and their salvation.

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With Book Three, the series changes from a its slow, winding mysteries and into a fast-paced chase. The remaining heroes are on the run from the mysterious outland predator known as the Reaver, and while the Reaver hunts them while they are awake, the Eater of Dreams stalks them while they sleep, feeding off their nightmares. In light of these and other menaces, how can Kara Kinfolk, Tal Stormgren, and companions new and old ever reach the elves? Old magics are awakening, most of them horrific, and none more so than the ancient, haunted city of Jorim-Sa. It lies between them and their salvation.

Each novel in the The Resurrection Tower fantasy series brings a different mix of epic fantasy quests and horror elements, populated with urban fantasy characters. All the books can be read as stand alone stories that fit into a larger tale, featuring characters new and old, or you can dive in right at the start!

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What readers are saying:

“I like being creeped out by a good book so if you’re anything like me you should check out his books…”
 
“…the third book can really get cracking with the continued development of the main characters…”
 
“The same avid attention to detail and description rich scenery is still very much present…”
 
“Looking forward to the next book!”
 
“There’s plenty of amusing dialogue and interactions…”
 
“…vividly depicted horrors and action sequences.”
 
“…producing quite a few nightmarish scenes…”
 
“[Kara Kinfolk]’s a brilliant character and her thoughts are usually pretty funny.”
 
“…another enjoyable and engrossing read…”