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A world plunging into darkness. An exiled Dragon Lord struggling with his destiny. A young woman terrified of an ancient prophecy she has set in motion.
He came through the Dark Rift hunting for those who had escaped his wrath. Unchecked, his evil spread. Now, the world hangs on a knife-edge and all seems destined to fall. But when the dark moon rises a goddess awakens, and nothing can stop the prophecy unfolding.
The Dread Dragons came when the sun set, hunting for the one of prophecy. Her homeland razed and her family murdered, Issa alone escapes the slaughter. Fleeing from the undead hordes of Baelthrom, she is thrown helplessly into the battle for the fate of the world. But when a forgotten goddess speaks to her, she discovers she has magical powers beyond her wildest dreams… or worst nightmares.
Asaph, exiled prince of a lost kingdom and last of the mighty, shapeshifting Dragon Lords, has dreamed of Issa his whole life. Even as he struggles against the dragon awakening within him, he must find the woman who haunts him, or die trying.
The world hangs between the darkness and the light but only the hidden powers of a young woman can save it.
Night Goddess is the first novel in an epic fantasy adventure series readers are comparing to Raymond E. Feist's Riftwar Saga, Terry Goodkind's The Sword of Truth, Patrick Rothfuss' Kingkiller Chronicles, and David Edding's The Mallorean.
The Goddess Prophecies sword and sorcery epic is being hailed as one of the best high fantasy series in years, drawing on all the appeal of Tolkien's deep and soulful characters, Robert Jordan's sweeping worlds, and Marion Bradley's unyielding heroines. This is a saga full of spirit, determination and resilience.
"The world of Maioria is richly textured and imagined, in the vein of Robert Jordan's very successful Wheel of Time series. A nice difference is that your Chosen One is female rather than male." - Mollie M., Reviewer, Writer, Editor
"A beautifully wrought fantasy with every element you could ever crave in the genre. Heroines, Heroes, A dark lord, dragons, elves, magic aplenty. A wonderful introduction to a promising new series." – Heather M., Amazon Top 1000 Reviewer
"Like the fulfilling high fantasy stories of old, this book is filled with the best the genre has to offer; swords, dragons, witches and wizards, shapeshifters, and epic battles – with a touch of romance..." Jon M., Reader
"Your books are better than David Eddings" - John F. Reader
I wouldn’t leave a review normally, but the amount of grammatical errors in this book is astounding. It’s a good story, but it would have benefited greatly from an editor (or a better editor). To be honest, it forced me to google to make sure that it wasn’t a translation. I’m still giving it 5 stars, because it’s still a good book and I wouldn’t want her ratings to suffer, but for someone as OCD as me, it was difficult to read.