Betrayal

Pathways of Fate Book I

J.S. O’Neil


  • Epic Fantasy
  • 93,526 words

 


In a time when the gods are silent, and believed dead an evil horde marches against the elves, who are led by a king who refuses to accept the threat. While the elves mount a defense, the evil summoner who leads the horde turns his will against the humans and dwarves in turn and his motives become clear as he seeks ancient magic that could allow him to ascend to god like status. As war ensues a small band led by an elven maiden begin their own quest to discover the fate of the gods and maybe a way to save the land.

 

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Sacrifice

Pathways of Fate Book II

J.S. O’Neil


  • Epic Fantasy
  • 103,202 words

 


As the dwarves of Silver Rock prepare for the horde’s attack on their halls, the humans of Turin face a terrible siege. Norman’s thirst for power intensifies, and his search widens. Amberdawn leads her group of companions towards the ruined elven city of Conifer seeking answers. Events begin to unfold that send the different groups down their own pathways of fate.

 

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Reflection

Pathways of Fate Book III

J.S. O’Neil


  • Epic Fantasy
  • 98,242 words

 


Amberdawn and her friends continue on their quest and new friends are made. Their journey leads south as they seek the mysterious Timelord who they believe holds knowledge they need. The horde, led by Revyn, heads south to destroy the only kingdom that still holds enough power to confront the dark army. The tattered group of survivors from the horde’s last attack follow a desperate plan. Lyme begins his own hate fueled search for revenge, and Norman’s power continues to grow. Events begin to pull the groups in the same direction. Fate, it seems, wants their pathways to cross.

 

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