It is never too late to save your soul and redeem yourself of your offenses. If you reject the darkness, you will live forever in the lightness.
In the beginning, the highest god Onoris established laws governing Naor and gave the order for all to fight against the darkness. However, there are those deceived by the promises of Hodgorn, the lord of darkness, who let the darkness in their souls. They become cursed beings; the gods of lightness turn their faces away from them and close the gates of the bright palace upon them. The cursed ones are left in Naor and torment those who wish to protect their souls from eternal damnation.
However, evil does not want to let the lightness triumph, and it looks for its victims everywhere. It may chase a nobleman who is seeking his fortune in the severe lands of the far north; it may hide in the fog that envelops the mountains and the estates of a great lady. It can also wait patiently for centuries under the scorching desert sun for the opportunity to seize a weapon that will enable it to enslave the creatures of lightness.
But it all depends on Onoris’ creatures whether their souls will be devoured by the darkness or remain unblemished by evil.
Justyna Plichta-Jendzio, born in Koszalin (Poland) in 1974, still resident of that town or nearest area, married for 16 years, mother of one son and happy owner of two spoiled cats. Justyna was lucky to live at the turn of two ages: communism and capitalism. When she was fifteen the comunism fall in Poland. But that time allowed her to see different reality, incomprehensible for future generations. It was also the chance to “touch” the past and have a glimpse at the remains of XIX century life, which survived especially at the Easts parts of Poland till the end of 80’s of last century.
Justyna’s works are very strongly influenced by her interest. The range of the interest is wide. She is
Naor :: Series
| 9/10 | Larkin |
July 07, 2014
Cursed Children of Naor is the third in the series, but I have only read two of them. I found this one highly entertaining, and lost more than a little sleep while turning pages(electronically) later than I should have. As state in the description, ...Review
| 10/10 | E. VanZwoll |
June 07, 2014
In Naor, the Gods do not fight each other directly, but instead leave their children to battle: Both the Cursed Children as well as those who fight for the light. Cursed Children of Naor is actually the third book that Justyna Plichta-Jendzio has ...Review
| 10/10 | Anonymous |
May 28, 2014
A very well written set, three. stories set in the author's fantasy/horror world of Naor. A nobleman's hunting party is followed, harassed, by a werewolf. The second story, DRAGON'S RACE, finds a pair investigating a series of murders by an ...Review
| 8/10 | Eric |
May 14, 2014
There are three stories to 'Cursed Children of Naor' and each is wonderfully realized. Each story is connected with theme, mythology, and moderately setting. I have not read the first installments in Justyna's series but this book stands well on its ...Review
| 10/10 | Charles Kravetz |
May 05, 2014
This review is for the Kindle edition ebook. Disclosure: I was given my copy of this book by the author as a review copy. Three separate stories, one book, yet all three stories have a connection. Three horror stories, based on the evil in ...Review
| 8/10 | Bob Milne |
May 01, 2014
The third in her series of dark fantasy collection, Cursed Children of Naor is another strong, entertaining read from Justyna Plichta-Jendzio. As was the case with the first two collections, the book is comprised of three stories connected by theme, ...Review
| 10/10 | Daniel |
April 24, 2014
Justyna has proven herself to be a highly imaginative and skilled writer. With every book she writes she displays incredible attention to detail, character development and originality. Not only are her stories intriguing and her characters deep and ...Review