I hope everyone is keeping well, and enjoying the slow return to normality!
I’ve finally completed the second book in the Blood of Kings series, which is titled ‘The Banneret’. It’s going to be released on 15 March, in kindle, paperback, and audio book. It picks up the story a few years later, with Conrad a little older and eager to make his mark on the world, while the demons are out in force as they seek to carry out their master’s bidding.
Now to the cover reveal! Once again, it’s been painted by the very talented Andreas Rocha, who has outdone himself in capturing a brooding sense of foreboding that matches the tone of the story.
Here’s the back cover copy:
Demons have been hunted to the verge of extinction. Those who know of the horrors lurking in the dark act as though the threat is long past. It has allowed Conrad to continue his education undisturbed, to work towards joining his friends as a comrade-in-arms rather than a child to be protected.
The appearance of two powerful demons changes everything. The creatures are back, stronger than ever, and the years of quiet are at an end. The Principality finds itself in need of demon hunters once again. Conrad and his comrades are the ones for the job.
The chain of clues draws them ever closer to what their unseen enemy desires, and they find themselves in a deadly race to stop it from regaining its former power.
If you haven’t had the chance to pick up the first book in the trilogy, The Squire, you can get it here on Amazon:
There’s still plenty of time to read it before The Banneret comes out on 15 March!
I hope you’ll all enjoy The Banneret as much as I enjoyed writing it!
All the best,