The thengati hunt and eat humans. They’ve done so for hundreds of years. Savage brutes, powerfully muscled and warlike, they rule the dark places of the land.
But the survivors have been learning and adapting. Uniting the scattered human clans, they’ve become stronger, more cunning. The people of Claremont have risen to their feet, screaming defiance at their tormentors. Using hard-earned strategy and superior weaponcraft, King Brenard of the noble Mont-Callahie bloodline has begun turning the tide. Humanity struggles to rise; the thengati rage to keep control. Their blood will mingle in great rivers before the end.
Chataka of the thengati has seen the doom creeping toward her people, but the great chiefs refuse to listen to the words of a rebellious woman who is unable to breed. Cast aside, her quest for answers leads her to a tower of black glass in the haunted lands and offers a pact with an ancient demon from beyond the veil. The consummation of that pact could shatter the fledgling human kingdom and return the thengati to dominance. If she can get her people to listen. And if they act before the amassed human army attains its revenge for centuries of pain and terror.
The seeds are planted, and the Reaper prepares for a bountiful harvest.
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Zak Hennessey is an artist and teacher from Colorado. He’s worked in the entertainment industry, creating artwork for movies, video games, comic books, and more. In 2012 he opened the Denver Entertainment Art & Design Academy (D.E.A.D. Academy), where he teaches industry skills to the next generation of entertainment artists. He’s always loved writing, but despite producing over a million words while participating in NaNoWriMo, he’d always felt too busy with art to seriously focus on pursuing a career in writing. That changed suddenly in 2017. Tired of dealing with temperamental and unreliable clients, he shifted his attention to writing, deciding it was time to begin turning his decades of story ideas into novels for the enjoyment of humanity. His first series, The Age of Twilight, has been growing and expanding since the mid-90’s, and was first published as a comic book series called LAZARUS: The Many Reincarnations, premiering just as the industry was plummeting into a downward spiral in the late 90’s.