Book three in the Flesh & Bone Trilogy is Necromancer’s Fall (ISBN 9781 4520 45108). It was released Aug 2010 and weighs in at 152,000 words.
Here’s the artwork for the book cover. Ollie the artist went for a medieval world-view feel for this one.
Necromancer’s Fall is available from Amazon, Waterstones, and so on and so forth, etc. However, if you can’t find a copy or want a signed copy, drop me a line and we can do something as old-fashioned as using the national postal service.
Here’s the synopsis:
The demon realm is rising…
The Demon-King is coming…
These are the last days for humankind.
Weakened in its struggles against the necromancer king (in Necromancer’s Gambit) and the crazed blood-mages (in Necromancer’s Betrayal), the pantheon of the gods is no longer strong enough to protect the mortal realm from both the enemies that exist within and the terrors that exist beyond.
Demons begin to break through into the mortal realm and Saltar and his companions start a desperate battle to stem the tide. When Saltar is tragically poisoned, there are none left to prevent the Demon-King from leading his army into the mortal realm.
Seeking to safeguard his body, Saltar’s companions make a desperate last stand in the ancient city of Corinus, but are hopelessly outnumbered. One by one they fall until only Saltar’s lost soul remains.
So begins the rule of the Demon-King.
You can of course get hold of Necromancer’s Fall on Amazon. I wouldn’t rule out coming back to Dur Memnos one day. If I ever do write that next Dur Memnos book, it’s likely to be called Son of Jaffra: Book One of the Lost Gods Trilogy. Amen.
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