The Rise Of The Fisher King - Book Two
Prophesy has shaken the foundations of the world. Three kingdoms search for a king, while an evil sorcerer has raised a spirit to destroy the fragile peace of the Daen Empire. Piju fights to free the slaves of Ard, and Waylaid must find a way to defeat a god which has the power to take his bones.
The Rise Of The Fisher King - Book One
A Shadow Man is stalking the children of Ard, leaving the dead lying in the forest with their eyes black pits. The people are in a panic, but the investigating Ruad philosophers have no explanation. Seeking someone to blame, the people of the ancient city of Ard demand the head of the most dangerous person in their midst, the giant Waylaid.
Once great among the Fomor - a prince, a sorcerer, a priest - Waylaid has been cast out by his people. He has come to Ard with his Bolg apprentice, Piju, to live quietly and study in Brea’s library. Can he escape the maddened crowed and find the killer without breaking his vow to give up sorcery?
And has he failed to teach his young and impetuous apprentice the most important lesson of them all, that the price of using sorcery is always too high?
Purity isn’t going to give up and die again.
She died the first time in 1958, and the devil stole her soul on her front doorstep. After more than fifty years in Purgatory, she returns from the underworld. Her brother, who saved her from the devil and handed her to Hades, is supposed to be there to meet her.
But he isn’t. Purity has to find her way in a new, overwhelming world she doesn’t understand. But there is still evil, supernatural evil, in the world, and that she understands all too well.
The devil’s work is never finished and the family business is never done.
Hawkings Austin begins his new urban fantasy series with an original and intriguing first tale. Purity Wellman is a fish-out-of-water, but not because of the magic in her life. That she understands. It’s the real world that’s the problem. Buffy the Vampire Slayer meets Sookie Stackhouse in Purity Wellman, who is trying to find her place in a creepy Appalachian American Gods universe.
Can Purity discover what happened to her brother, and deal with Knoxville’s vampire problem? Or will she end up back in the underworld for good? Read Pure Poison today and find out!
The devil hasn’t killed Purity Wellman yet.
But he’s still got time. Life isn’t going to settle down for Purity anytime soon. She might have killed the dark pastor and his demons, but the fallout from the fight is still plaguing her. At least now she’s got her own motorcycle, courtesy of the vampire she killed during her first week out of the Underworld.
It looks like her old enemy Don Bello is behind everything. He’s coming for Purity and what remains of her family.
And for anyone that has ever dared help them in their fight. Her brother’s friends and allies are brutally murdered, and it won’t be long before they find her. Purity must push aside her terrible memories of being the devil’s prisoner and fight back. That’s what the Wellmans always do. The devil’s work is never finished and the family business is never done.
The second Purity Wellman book picks up right where the last one ended, in the middle of the mystery, magic and battle against evil. Buffy the Vampire Slayer meets Sookie Stackhouse in Purity Wellman, a fish-out-of-water resurrected girl trying to find her place in a creepy Appalachian American Gods universe.
Can Purity win against the devil? Or will he claim her soul as his own again?
Read Immaculate Corpse today and find out!
The monster inside Purity is growing stronger.
Strong enough that she’s beginning to worry it might control her. But Purity barely has time to miss her brother John, much less deal with the monster inside her head.
The Forest People speak of a coming doom, brought about by three witches. Purity must find them, and stop them, and she’s only got a week to do it. And she’s got to do it alone.
Back on her motorcycle, Purity works to unravel the mystery and save the world. But she’s out-powered and out-classed, and the vampire in her head can help her. If it stops the apocalypse, it might be an acceptable price to pay.
The third Purity Wellman book pits Purity against her most dangerous enemy yet--herself. Buffy the Vampire Slayer meets Sookie Stackhouse in Purity Wellman, a fish-out-of-water resurrected girl trying to find her place in a creepy Appalachian American Gods universe.
Can Purity control the vampire within herself? Or is it lying to her so it can take her power for itself?
Read Divine Dark today to find out!