Desolation (The Keystone Bone Trilogy Book 1)
by Jesper Schmidt
Eons has shrouded the giant dragon in legend. Ancient myths soon become terrifyingly real…
Aea is an outsider. At age six the clan executed her father and when her mother and sister disappeared, Aea’s life spiraled into chaos.
Suddenly staggering out of the woods, broken by the deadly disease the Field Blight, her mother lays a desperate choice on Aea. To leave the protective forest realm and save her sister from mortal danger.
In a race against time, Aea puts the noose of the Field Blight around not only her own neck, but also that of her unborn child.
Before long, Aea discovers that the world of Erisdün is nothing like she imagined. Surviving the Field Blight might be the least of her concerns, as the great dragon dispatches his army to retrieve the Keystone Bone.
The bone of a God is the only component that will prevent the Arch Demon from breaking free. Powers as old as time itself are about to set the world on fire.
Desolation is an epic fantasy. If you like a fast-paced read with dragons and demons, then you will love Desolation. Delve into the exciting adventure today. This is the first book in the Keystone Bone trilogy.
About the Author : Jesper Schmidt is a Danish bestselling fantasy author who also dabbles in non-fiction.
He is focused on helping and inspiring others, yet the art of writing was something that lived a quiet life, in the back of his mind, for many years. It was a dormant desire and, like so many of our dreams, it was placed on a list of things to do later. It was left there. Half-forgotten. For a long time.
Every summer (well, almost) he leaves for summer vacation in Finland together with his wife and two sons. There a Finnish sauna sparked his authorship. He picked writing up from that dusty corner of his mind and hasn’t stopped since.
Many thanks to the author, Jesper Schmidt, for giving me the opportunity to read his work in exchange for an honest review. Normally I read little to no fantasy books, it is not my thing, but if I am asked to write an honest review, we will not step away from the challenge.
The Book reads easily, it has some great characters.The Writer creates a good fantasy story, you see it all happen in your mind, but I still had trouble with the book, perhaps I have nothing with fantasy stories …
The story line is good and for fantasy lovers a must read and they will look forward to the next one ..