Kedryn, the young prince prophesied the sacred Book of Kyrie, has led the Three Kingdoms to victory over the barbaric northerns Hordes commanded by the demonic Taws, the fire-born Messenger of the war-god Ashar.
But victory had a terrible price. Kedryn was blinded by an ensorcelled sword in his hour of triumph. Now he must journey into the abode of the dead, accompanied by his beloved Wynett, on a perilous quest to locate the shade of the warrior who wielded the blade. In Kedryn's absence, Taws the Messenger rises again, using his terrible magics to foment bloodshed and rebellion among the Kingdoms.
Angus Wells (1943–2006) was a British writer of genre fiction, including fantasy and westerns.
Angus Wells wrote under several pseudonyms, including Andrew Quiller (with Kenneth Bulmer and Laurence James), James A. Muir, Charles R. Pike (with Kenneth Bulmer and Terry Harknett), William S. Brady (with John Harvey), J. D. Sandon (with John Harvey), Charles C. Garrett (with Laurence James), Richard Kirk (with Robert Holdstock), J. B. Dancer (with John Harvey), and Ian Evans.
Angus Wells. Wikipedia.