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The Legend of Kyne Deicide

Tren Steggell

Human Riel Dragon


Three years have passed since the defeat of the Dominion and their banishment from the land of Kydrëa. The sorcerers of Tsora are flourishing under their new archmage Kyne, with many new students having started their training in the ways of aura. Peace does not last forever and after the return of a dangerous foe threatens everything, Kyne and Ni'Bara are forced in pursuit, leading them far away and unable to return.

Trapped in a new and strange world, the two encounter a girl who leads them to her people, the Riel. Here, they learn many new things, but none are more shocking than the ancient conflict her people have with the remaining dragons.

A mutual peace has been in place between their peoples, but tensions are on the rise with a separate faction trying to start and all-out war. However not all is as it seems. Others have a more sinister plan and treachery lies hidden in plain sight.

The fate of everything hangs in the balance as an ancient god is unleashed, threatening to destroy everything. will Kyne and the others stop the Darkness, or will everything wither away?

Book Details

  • Publisher: Tren Steggell
  • Publish Date: May 11st, 2024
  • Pages: 548
  • Language: English
  • Dimensions: 9.00in - 6.00in - 1.63in - 1.95lb
  • EAN: 9798869374158
  • Categories: Action & Adventure

About the Author

Steggell, Tren: - "Tren Steggell grew up in the foothills of the Wasatch Mountains and as a child he often imagined dragons and other mythical creatures flying around their peaks. Author of The Legend of Kyne - Regicide: Deicide: Chronocide, he is constantly gaining inspiration from the many different lands and cultures he has experienced from around the world. Most days he spends exploring the mountains and deserts of Utah with his beautiful wife and three dogs, Ni'Bara, Quaky, and Alduin. His cat Fury doesn't like adventuring and prefers to stay home."