SOMETIMES, IT'S THE MEANING OF OUR DEATH THAT GIVES MEANING TO OUR LIFE
"...a thrilling high fantasy novel, filled with romance, clever plot twists and an intricate magical world in which readers can get lost."
"...in the style of George R. R. Martin and Brandon Sanderson, Immortal Serpent does duty to these two epic fantasy writers with a compelling story, good writing, interesting characters, and an intriguing world."
- Manhattan Book Review
"Who will rise? Who will fall? And who will ultimately survive? Queen of the Skour is fun, high stakes, big stage fantasy at its best."
Praise for Book 1 The Immortal Serpent
Zephira, Princess of Del’Cabria, was handed over to the Overlord of Herran in return for peace. Now he’s gone, and the princess is unaccounted for.
Jeth has gotten away with murder. But when Del’Cabrian soldiers threaten his people, he gives up his freedom for their lives. He is sure to get the noose, but as the only one who knew the Overlord’s plans, he might be too valuable to hang.
Vidya is hungry for revenge and ready to see her plan through. Step one: Punish the sirens who betrayed her. Step two: Destroy the one man who deserves the Harpy’s wrath above all others. Her husband.
The missing princess will bring their paths together. One will risk all to find her, the other will stop at nothing to capture her. Neither are prepared to face the Immortal Serpent’s final secret.
Book 1, The Immortal Serpent . . .
ALWAYS FORWARD; NEVER BACK
Queen of the Skour sample . . .
K.E. Barron wanted to be a writer her entire life, but she chose to be an accountant instead. Now she divides her time between writing books and balancing them. She grew up in Fernie, British Columbia and now lives in Red Deer, Alberta, working as a financial analyst and writing fantasy books in her spare time. Her interests are vast and varied, ranging from the aesthetics of eighteenth-and nineteenth-century period pieces to the scholarly realms of evolutionary psychology, anthropology, economics, and religion. These eclectic inspirations are all part of the magic and cultural realism of her fantasy novels.
Learn more at www.kebarron.com