Uled, the creator of the plantlike Aern, the carnivorous Vael, and the multitudinous varieties of the reptilian Zaur, has completed his plan to return from the dead, creating the possibility of "undeath" in the process.
J.F. Lewis is the author of The Grudgebearer Trilogy and The Void City series. Jeremy is an internationally published author. After dark, he can usually be found typing into the wee hours of the morning while his wife, kids, and dog sleep soundly. Track him down at www.authoratlarge.com and www.jflewis.net.
THE EPIC CONCLUSION TO THE GRUDGEBEARER TRILOGY "A thoroughly unique world that left me marveling at the intricate layers. The veritable opposite of a 'light novel'--something worth sinking your teeth into, even if you have bone-steel dentures." --M. C. Planck, author of the World of Prime series PRAISE FOR OATHKEEPER "Outstanding...one of the most uniquely layered and complex universes since Frank Herbert's Dune."--Starburst Magazine (reviewing Oathkeeper) "Oathkeeper diverges from the normal middle child syndrome that many second books in trilogies suffer. In fact, this book goes balls to the wall and doesn't let up much." --Kobold Press "Slavery and the abuse of power is a prominent theme in the novel, as well as hatred and forgiveness. Lewis gives no easy answers; innocent bystanders are still guilty for not standing up for what they knew to be right, but unforgiving hatred, even by a wronged party, is also questioned and judged. His analysis is intelligent and balanced, and it doesn't muddle the narrative or get in the way of the fun." --Portland Book Review PRAISE FOR GRUDGEBEARER "Many refreshingly strong and complex female characters in this nuanced fantasy epic...which features a particularly interesting and thoughtful exploration of slavery" --Publishers Weekly "Grudgebearer is a layered and complex story with multifaceted characters that is perfect when you want to immerse yourself in a whole new world and its rich history." --Draumr Kopa Fantasy Book Blog