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Never underestimate what a highland woman will do for revenge.

Under the banner of truce during the holy Spring Festa, four Chosen priests of the war god brutalized me, cut my throat, and dumped my naked corpse in a mass grave.

The war god’s bastards believed that was the end of me.

But Death loves me. And he’s giving me a second shot.

The homely god only asked for one thing in return: an awkward, old-fashioned courtship.

Grudgingly, I agreed, despite my own secret agenda for my afterlife.

Death’s archangel seeks to win my heart for his own as he helps me fight my way back from the underworld into the sun-kissed lands.

Before I choose between them and settle into eternity, though, I have some unfinished vengeance.

I’m going to murder the war god’s children. All of them.

A thousand years ago, Death surrendered to the high gods, ending the Little War. The high gods and the old wasted no time crushing the rebellion of small gods and men with their new religion of the Litanies. Unaware of the apostacy she represents, a new goddess just climbed out of her own grave to avenge herself and her highland kin.

Join the Raven Queen as she claws her way out of the underworld and into legend.

Raven Queen, Arise is:

  • All the high fantasy swords and sorcery of Michael Moorcock’s Elric Saga
  • More brutal than George R. R. Martin’s Song of Ice & Fire and Game of Thrones
  • Darker than Brandon Sanderson’s Mistborn Saga and as epic as his Stormlight Archive
  • More necromancy, murder, and mayhem than all of J.R.R. Tolkien’s Lord of the Rings books combined

Warning: Raven Queen, Arise is a dark epic fantasy thriller which contains material some people might find objectionable or triggering or evil. If you have issues with graphic combat, brutal torture, explicit sex, religious satire, polyamory, queer relationships, ménage love scenes, or sexual violence, this might not be the book for you.