Sovereign Servants: The Sending
What is royalty?
Are we rulers? Or are we servants? Are we gods among men? Or are we the stewards of a borrowed world?
An Epic Fantasy set in a prehistoric Earth. A time when the earth was yet undefiled. A time of which no history remains. A tale of destiny and purpose; told through scrolls of prophecy, action, emotion, drama, and a slowly unraveling, deep lore.
A King with a blameless character and rigidly upright moral compass; his younger brother, the Prince who looks at the world in shades of grey, but holds absolute devotion and obedience to his elder brother. The elder brother, the Sceptre; the younger, the Sword. The righteous King, who stands on faith and hope. The sceptic Prince, whose faith lies in his sword; and hope, in vengeance.
What happens when suffocating guilt and scars of the past threaten a father’s ability to parent?
What happens when a tiny kingdom has to face the threat of a full-scale war from the largest empire? How will this small nation engage this threat of seemingly insurmountable odds as they face an empire more than four times its size?
Book 1 of the Virgin Earth series.
What say you?