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War spreads further into Dumnon despite the coming of winter, and even more Murecken priests are on the hunt for those with power in their blood. Coryn now trains young warriors in Storr Haven in the use of magic, but he still searches for Katleya, the woman he lost. Two young Londoners, Evie and Alan, are flung through a Portal into Dumnon. They must learn to fight and survive in an alien world they don't understand. A castle comes under siege. A Portal fractures. Sleeping dragons wake.

Produktbeschreibung
War spreads further into Dumnon despite the coming of winter, and even more Murecken priests are on the hunt for those with power in their blood. Coryn now trains young warriors in Storr Haven in the use of magic, but he still searches for Katleya, the woman he lost. Two young Londoners, Evie and Alan, are flung through a Portal into Dumnon. They must learn to fight and survive in an alien world they don't understand. A castle comes under siege. A Portal fractures. Sleeping dragons wake.
Autorenporträt
R B Watkinson (Rosa) was raised on myths and legends, and now loves fantasy, sci-fi, horror, mystery, and so much more. Her tastes in reading and film watching are nothing if not eclectic. She's held down a variety of jobs: IT, publishing, teaching in special needs education. She also acts, and sings, and will continue to do so until she's asked to stop. She studied for a Diploma in Creative Writing at Oxford University from 2009-2011, which ran the gamut of long and short fiction, poetry, plays, films, travel, and biography. She is the author of The Cracked Amulet, which was listed for the David Gemmell Morningstar Award in 2017. It is the first of her Wefan Weaves Trilogy. The Fractured Portal is her second, The Ruptured Weaves will be her third. She is also a narrator and producer of Audiobooks: Ghosts of Tomorrow by Michael R. Fletcher, The Last Dragon Rider by Errin Krystal, The City of Kings by Rob Hayes. Many more are in production. Find her at SFF conventions, say 'hi', she is approachable and friendly. Her blog is here: https://rbwatkinson.wordpress.com