Would you rather be the conquered or the conqueror?
In a world where gods pull the strings of mortals and people wield the power of the elements, the nation of Libera is attacked by its age-old enemy, the Kem, who lay waste to the land and its armies with their demonic powers of fire and steel.
Imharak, a blacksmith's apprentice, is forced to leave his home town when it is raided and burned to the ground.
Together with his master, Gaius, he flees into the wilderness, heading for Gaius' brother, who is caught near a city that has just been conquered by the Kem.
What troubles Imharak is not so much the invasion, but the fact that he shares the same powers as the invaders, leading him to question where he came from.
He never knew his parents - he was raised as a Liberite and destined to be a common blacksmith.
His powers had always made him an outcast, and now he starts to think he might have more in common with the conquerors than with the conquered.
An origin myth of gods and heroes will crumble and give way to a history of tyrants, slaves and genocide.
Soon, Imharak will find his allegiances torn between both sides. As he and Gaius journey closer to the lion's den, Imharak will discover who he really is and what he is capable of.
If you're in Kindle Unlimited, you can read it for free!
There aren’t many stories that I recommend for film but this is absolutely one of them. If given the chance, I think it would rock the world on the scale of the “Game of Thrones” series. Yes, it really is that good.
The BEST fiction book I've read all year...Intricate storytelling, rich character development, packed with edge of your seat mystery, and an unfolding world of imagery that is masterfully written.
If you're into fantasy fused with mythology and history, written as fast paced action this is the book for you. He tends to write in a cinematic way, as if the book reads like a movie in your head.
I could not put this down! The author has managed to create such an amazing world within this book. Every chapter drew me in deeper and I just wanted to know more and more. Possibly one of the best fiction books I've read in a long time. I am eagerly awaiting the next book in the series
This is my second Jack Geurts novel. And, if possible? It far surpasses the last I read. Incredibly engrossing..It holds your attention, courtesy of Jack's descriptive, spell like writing style.
Book #2 in the Pantheon series.
Could you kill the person you loved to save your people?
The war with the Kem has been raging for almost a decade…
When Asherah is faced with the extinction of her people, she will travel north into the mountain realm of Ardos.
Accompanying her is her sister, Nikkal, who wants nothing more than to be a fierce warrior like Asherah, and a prisoner, Decius, with the power to summon ice and snow.
Together, they head for the Ardojan capital, where her old friend is enthroned as King of Libera.
But it isn’t a friendly reunion she’s looking for…
Asherah’s made a deal with the god of the underworld to save her people, and the price of that deal is the king’s head.
Want advance, bonus excerpts from To Kill a King?
Click below to get them via Facebook Messenger.
Sign up for the VIP Club and you'll be the first to know about upcoming releases and cool giveaways - the first of which is an exclusive prequel short story you can't get anywhere else. Enter your email address below to get Buried in the Sky delivered straight to your inbox.