Dark Children of Naor
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Dark Children of Naor

by Justyna Plichta-Jendzio
Release date: August 1, 2012
Type: speculative fiction
Genres: fantasydark fantasy + high fantasy

In a world where hunters become prey in the flash of an eye, where people you know and love betrays you — who can you trust? Our dragon? Visit Naor and maybe you’ll find out.

What would you do if you changed from hunter to prey? What would you do if someone you’d just met turned out to be someone else? What would you do if a member of your family betrayed you?

The world of Naor is a world created by Ulse, the God of brightness, and is ruled by his rights and filled with creatures of his work. And yet it hides darkness — darkness created by Ulse’s brother, Hodgorn, the master of evil. This darkness infects human hearts, drives wars and diseases, and creates terrible beings — atrocities to gods of brightness and an insult to their work. They become rampant like a disease that must be exterminated.

What would you do in the face of an embodied evil?

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The author's debut contains three distinct tales of dark fantasy. The vivid descriptions make it easy to picture where the characters are and what is happening. I especially enjoyed the first story, "The Hunter." While establishing the setting, introducing us to Naor, the author also introduces us to Arnoku. He meets up with Lanes, a woman with a troubled past, and Ingard, an elf on a mission. Each is interesting, and I would enjoy further adventures featuring any of them. "The Hunter" has ... (more)
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