Necromancer's Curse (Chronicles of Acadia: Book III)

Corbin Walker wants nothing more than to return to his people, but to do so he must first gather power enough to defeat the Great Crystal, Baetylus. The companions find themselves pulled back to the cursed ruins of Ul'kor, in search of a mysterious ancient relic the Gladewarren has only hinted of. Unfortunately, to claim its power they will need to get through the Necromancer and his dread army. More

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About D. M. Almond

D. M. Almond is secretly a Muppet, waiting for Kermit to call him back to the big show. In the meantime, he spends his nights shackled to a keyboard, tapping away at the keys in some unyielding search for Acadia, a place he hopes you will enjoy visiting. He does not take himself seriously and neither should you.

About the Series: Chronicles of Acadia
Ages long past, forced to abandon the surface, mankind descended inside the core of their planet, fleeing an impending xenocide at the hands of the mighty Jotnar invaders and settling a new homeland among the deep forests in the wide caverns of Vanidriell, under the light of the Great Crystal Baetylus.

After their peaceful village, Riverbell, is raided by the foul monstrous skex, brothers Logan and Corbin Walker find themselves caught in a race against time, desperate to warn the capitol before the dangerous skex arrive to wreak the same havoc upon the unsuspecting people of Fal.

Never could they imagine, that this would only be the very beginning of their unforgettable journey, when Logan is suddenly exiled from the kingdom for a crime he did not commit. On the run, doggedly avoiding his own brother, sent to pursue the wanted criminal, can Logan Walker possibly hope to stay free long enough to unravel the Secrets of the Elders?

And So the Fourth Age of Acadia begins...

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