Genre: Dark Epic Fantasy
Judith and Chit are called to the lonely tower outside their city with little explanation. The one who summoned them is an old Elven wizard named Maleth, who will send them on a quest to lower their floating city of Arigale to where it once resided. Maleth is intrigued by Judith's strange form of necromantic magic, yet he is also certain of the anxious young man training to be a spearman and scholar.
Judith, a bubbly yet mysterious young woman, is eager to accept. Chit remains withdrawn and cautious, a remnant of being raised by the Order that presides over their land. Soon, both discover their meeting with the wizard carried dire consequences. Can they accomplish what has been asked of them and save Arigale by exploring the land below, no matter the lengths they must go to?
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Denise O. Eaton grew up in a small town in southern Missouri, and from a young age, she chose fantasy literature as a means to broaden her horizons within her rural community. Following this passion and wishing to give back to others, she went on to earn a degree in Creative Writing from Webster University in December 2014. The Arigale series is her first foray into publishing, and she has been working on it since 2019. When she isn’t writing she enjoys meeting with her Dungeons and Dragons group, watching fantasy and anime shows, practicing tarot, or planning her next cosplay costume.
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I love Fantasy books and this one sounds great.ReplyDelete
Thank you so much! I hope you enjoy it.Delete
Ooh a new fantasy series! And what amazing covers.ReplyDelete
Thanks! We're working on the cover for book two right now as I am drafting. I think it is going to be even better! I'm excited for the red and black background with a more dramatic and perilous tone.Delete
The cover sets the stage for the book. The colors and artwork are amazing.ReplyDelete
Thank you so much! I deliberated for a long time about the colors for each book in the series. I wanted each to have it's own tone, and this book is heavy on spiritual and mysterious vibes so purple seemed the best option. Book two is going to have a more vibrant and dramatic red theme with more action in the body language. I hope you check it out!Delete
Also, please check out @fracturedfable or her Deviantart account by the same name. She is the cover artist and really deserves more praise for her amazing work.
Thank you all for visiting and learning about Arigale.ReplyDelete
The cover is so cool.ReplyDelete