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Winner of the IndieReader Discovery Award for Fantasy

Darien Lauchlin has already lost everything. Now the only thing he has left to lose is his soul. When his brother sacrifices the woman he loves to unseal the Well of Tears, Darien is left with an impossible decision: either remain steadfast to his vows and watch everything he loves fall around him–or abandon his principles and become the most destructive force his world has ever known. Accompanied by a priestess of Death, Darien embarks on a journey toward utter self-destruction.

Darkmage is the second novel in the epic grimdark fantasy series The Rhenwars Saga. If you like morally gray heroes, page-turning action, and mind-boggling plot twists, then you’ll love Spencer’s award-winning series.

Pick up Darkmage to continue Spencer’s grimly epic adventure today!

“Absolutely fantastic.”
-Chris Fischer, Readers’ Favorite ★★★★★

“A masterful story with incredible depth of emotion.”
– Melinda Hills, Readers’ Favorite ★★★★★

Series: The Rhenwars Saga, Book 2
Genres: Dark Fantasy, Myths & Legends
Publisher: Stoneguard Publications
Publication Year: 2016
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About the Author
M.L. Spencer

M.L. Spencer was born in Southern California and grew up on the works of Steven R. Donaldson, Stephen King and Frank Herbert. Her favorite authors are Robert Jordan, C.S. Friedman, George R.R. Martin, David Eddings, Patrick Rothfuss, and Terry Goodkind. She wrote her first novel-length manuscript at thirteen. By day she works as a biology teacher; by night she sweats over a beaten-up keyboard. Her novel Darkmage won the IndieReader Discovery Award for Fantasy in 2012. She also won 1st Place Prose in the San Bernardino County Writing Celebration.

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