Title: The Shape of Darkness
Author: D. Fischer
Genre: YA Epic Fantasy
Cover & Trailer Designer: Divinus Kingdom Publishing
Publisher: Divinus Kingdom Publishing
Publication Date: January 16th, 2021
Hosted by: Lady Amber’s PR
“Is there anyone you trust, Nefari?” Dao asks.
“Yes. I trust death.”
For ten years, Nefari Ashcroft, princess of the Shadow Kingdom, has hidden. For ten years, she’s endured the memory of everyone she’s lost. Half the shadow people are dead, the other half are enslaved, and her once prosperous kingdom is nothing but an elaborate mass grave.
Now, dark magic has allowed the Queen of Salix to wreak havoc on the realm; wraiths hunt from the sky, the harvestmen march across the land, and the bone criers pick apart the flesh of the corpses left behind.
Nefari was prophesied to rise and be the sword of the realm. With her bright magic, she was born to conquer the darkness. And for ten years, she’s trained to do just that. . .
It should be easy, since everyone thought she died the day her kingdom was destroyed. But staying hidden – remaining ‘nobody’ – is simpler than accepting her past, enduring her fate, and claiming her crown.
This book follows The Woe of Shadows (Heavy Lies the Crown: Prequel).
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Bestselling and award-winning author D. Fischer is a mother of two very busy boys, a wife to a wonderful husband, and an owner of two sock-loving German Shorthair Pointers. They also have a cat named Geralt, but since Geralt adopted them and not the other way around, the cat is more of a tenant who occasionally purr-purrs for his rent, if he’s not too busy murdering nerf darts.
Together, these misfits live in Orange City, Iowa.
When D. Fischer isn’t chasing after her children, she spends her time typing like a mad woman while consuming vast amounts of caffeine. Sometimes, if her husband can manage to remind her of the real world outside her office window, they hike!
Known for the darker side of imagination, she enjoys freeing her creativity through worlds that don’t exist, no matter how much we wish they did.
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