A Pattern of Shadow and Light

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In a war-torn and dying world, three paths must intersect to change the pattern of Alorin’s history forever. What new destiny will emerge from the crossed threads of fate?

Three hundred years after Alorin’s genocidal Adept Wars, the land has not recovered. With the realm and the blessed Adept race both dying, only branded traitor Bjorn van Gelderan knows the secrets of reversing this decline. Adept Vestal Raine D’Lacourte is tasked with learning these secrets - if he can find Bjorn. Meanwhile, in the kingdom of Dannym, the young Prince Ean val Lorian faces a tenuous future as the last living heir to the coveted Eagle Throne. And in the Nadori desert, a soldier named Trell sets off to uncover the truth of his shadowed past. Follow the series as each player claims his role in Alorin’s fate - and a dangerous battle for survival.

Narrator Nick Podehl breathes life into this gripping series with an epic performance. With each character given a distinct identity, Podehl creates a clear path through the winding and complicated machinations of Alorin’s would-be saviors and betrayers. Capturing the tension, mystery, and drama, his commanding voice is perfect for listening to this story of intrigue unfold.

Cephrael’s Hand, book one in the series, was author Melissa McPhail’s debut novel, and she continues to work on A Pattern of Shadow and Light. McPhail’s love of writing and fantasy came from a childhood surrounded by music that blossomed into a passion for all art forms. But it was her studies at the Delphian School in Oregon that truly planted the seeds for the series, with a combination of writing, reading, and philosophy that eventually inspired her foray into fantasy.

A Pattern of Shadow and Light has received numerous recognitions, including National Indie Excellence Award Finalist in the fantasy category, TopShelf Indie Book Award Finalist, and Foreword Reviews’ 2014 INDIEFAB Book of the Year Silver Winner for Fantasy.

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