Welcome to the Magic Pen Book Tours‘ organized tour for The Flight of the Ravenhawk by J. Edward Hackett taking place August 22 – September 2, 2022!
Title: The Flight of the Ravenhawk
Series: Ravenhawk Chronicles #1
Author: J. Edward Hackett
Genres: Adult (16+) High Fantasy / Dark vs Light
Release date: September 4, 2019
Publisher: Ink Smith Publishing
Pages: 146 (ebook) / 262 (paperback)
A second-born prince. A banished elven princess. And a power-hungry Necromancer.
Kalero Tremayne is second-born Prince of the Allurian Empire and a talented wizard and scholar. Sheltered by the throne he writes boldly about the Lightdweller religion, the Wizardium, his brother, the King, and the treatment of non-magickal subjects in the kingdom.
After distributing his writings on forbidden magick through Alluria, Kal is brought before the tribunal to face his crimes of treason against the crown. He is ordered to recant his beliefs, but Kal refuses. The punishment: Death.
In dragon-form, King Darnashi embraces the power of the Underdark in an attempt to carry out Kal’s sentence. Forced to flee, Kal finds himself in the Ancestral Wood with, Sylvara, an elven princess outcast. While Kal learns the balance of his power, the world of Apeiron is crashing into war.
The Prime Magus climbed another set of stairs to the battlement. Several guards of the Central Keep gave him a wide birth. In the distance, he could see the Mandarian stretch of mountains and forested valley floor. Pine-crowned hills concealed the entire glacial mountains, and a low-lit blue radiated from the moon on a cloudless night. The expanse of stars and night comforted him. Soon, Alluria would rival the power of the stars, and only one could pose a threat. The screams echoed in the halls, and the Prime Magus drew fury from that pain, but also power. He fixated on Kalero, the hapless scholar already a folk hero of the Eastern Gate. His victory was soon becoming legend, and it made the Dims even more emboldened against the Crown. Tomorrow, he would order their death and publicly display the minstrels that composed those folk songs, and send the Allurian orchestra to play a beautiful concert in the same square underneath their rotting corpses.
J. Edward Hackett, Ph.D. is an academic philosopher at Savannah State University who rather than engage in metaphysical speculation in process metaphysics is off building magick systems in his world of Apeiron.
Ed absorbs the sunlight of the beach, practices zazen, and while writing and teaching philosophy and other courses in the humanities, he shoots landscape photography. Despite all of this, his greatest joy is teaching and writing. “Writing fiction is simply being philosophical with narratives rather than directly talking about concepts.”
Ed lives in Savannah with his wife Ashley and their two cats: Olive and Lulu.
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