Marak Fourfingers, the hero in Adrian Stone’s Devil-trilogy, is no more.
But the information recorded in his Bequeathed Narratives presents the ruthless God-Emperor of the bleak continent of Kadish with a unique opportunity. Marak’s writings could give him access to the rune that will grant omnipotence, the Eighth Rune, and then the God-Emperor would be invincible. A young rune priest and a sword master are sent to Carolia to steal the book – a near impossible task.
At the same time Serina, a young Viguru priestess from Carolia, is taken captive by rune priests. She will face a time of cruelty and misery in the terrible Home of the Sisterhood, and a humiliating introduction to the God-Emperor. It all makes for a compellingly thrilling adventure in which Adrian Stone shares his visions on timeless, life-determining aspects: power and its misuse, discrimination, global harmony, and how to reach it. The moral of this double story: striving for absolute power is bound to turn against you.
‘The magnificent ending of the story makes me eager for book two. Adrian Stone has surpassed himself.’ Magic Tales about The Eighth Rune
Adrian Stone is the pseudonym for Ad van Tiggelen (1958). Like no other, Stone possesses the literary qualities to encapsulate complicated matters such as religion and history in a compellingly thrilling, classically modelled fantasy story. Find more information about the author and his books on: www.adrianstone.com