Print Length: 724 pages
Publication Date: November 30, 2018
Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
A FANTASY NOVEL
Book one of the Sanarii Chronicles
In Kitarra, an old force is escaping and slowly destroying the Kitarrans. Once it is free, the old spirits will die and the magic of the world will unbalance, collapsing into darkness. But the knowledge to stop it has been lost, its secrets buried and stolen. A prophecy speaks of a child who will bring balance …
The last sanarii –
Eva, the last true sanarii, uses her forbidden magic despite the risks, not realizing she could irrevocably affect the destinies of Jullayans and Kitarrans alike. Yet caught in the machinations of the Guardians and their prophecy, can she protect those she loves from the menace of dark magic threatening not just Kitarra, but all who value goodness and light?
And her hero prince –
When Illiah learned he was not just a hero, he was also the lost prince. He came to court with one thing in mind: he sought to arm Jullayah against any further attacks from the monstrous invaders. And in a land where magic is forbidden, he has secrets to hide. But when he finds himself falling into the secrets of a woman unlike any other, he must choose to fight for her and risk everything … or lose her forever.
When not writing fantasy, Andrea Gibb can be found wandering in the forest with her dog, working on her barn-house or hanging out with her kids. She lives in the wild of Sumas Mountain, British Columbia with her husband, their two sons, and an assortment of furry creatures.
- What is on your nightstand?
A lamp and a few gem stones, but as far as books that I am reading (I don’t read in bed) I am trying to get through The Burning White by Brent Weeks but it is disappointing me and I don’t know why… I also have Wayward Son by Rainbow Rowell sitting around because it was so good I just can’t put it away.
- What author would you totally fan?
- What makes you cringe?
Love triangle tropes. Creepy Kylo Ren parodies.
- Do you obsessively plot out each point or just go with the flow?
Somewhere in between. I spend a lot of time daydreaming about plot, but I don’t start making notes until partway through the first draft.
- Is there a word you love to use?
Wretched is a good word too.