Hythrun Chronicles: Demon Child Books In Publication Order
- Medalon (2000)
- Treason Keep (2001)
- Harshini (2001)
Hythrun Chronicles: Wolfblade Books In Publication Order
- Wolfblade (2004)
- Warrior (2004)
- Warlord (2005)
Hythrun Chronicles: War of the Gods Books In Publication Order
- Elezaar’s Rules of Gaining and Wielding Power (2014)
- The Lyre Thief (2016)
Rift Runners Books In Publication Order
- The Undivided (2011)
- The Dark Divide (2012)
- Reunion (2013)
Second Sons Books In Publication Order
- Lion of Senet (2004)
- Eye of the Labyrinth (2004)
- Lord of the Shadows (2004)
Tide Lords Books In Publication Order
- The Immortal Prince (2007)
- The Gods of Amyrantha (2007)
- The Palace of Impossible Dreams (2008)
- The Chaos Crystal (2008)
Short Stories/Novellas In Publication Order
- The Magic Word (2011)
- First Kill (2016)
Non-Fiction Books In Publication Order
- How to Write a Bestseller: Characterization (2013)
- How to Write a Bestseller: Dialogue (2013)
- How to Find Your Soulmate on the Internet – NOT! (2013)
- How to Write a Bestseller: World Building (2014)
- How to Write a Bestseller: Writing a Series (2014)
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Jennifer Fallon Books Overview
According to legend, the last king of the Harshini sired a half human child, known as the Demon Child, born to destroy a god…
The Sisterhood of the Blade rules Medalon with an iron fist an iron fist within the steel gauntlet of the Defenders, elite warriors sworn to uphold the sisters and keep Medalon free of heathen influence.
R’shiel, daughter of the First Sister of the Blade, has pulled against the short leash of her mother ever since she was a child. Her half brother, Tarja, is the dutiful son who serves as a Captain in the Defenders. But when they run afoul of their mother’s machinations, they must flee for their lives. They soon find themselves caught up in the rebellion against the Sisterhood, though they revile their fellow conspirators heathen belief in the Harshini a fabled race of magical beings thought long extinct.
But then Tarja & R’shiel encounter Brak, an Harshini outcast, who forces them to face the most shocking fact of all: the Demon Child, thought to be nothing more than legend, may have been loosed in Medalon.
In Medalon, Book One of the Hythrun Chronicles, Tarja Tenragen and his half sister R’shiel were forced to lead a rebellion against their power hungry mother, who ruled Medalon as the First Sister of the Blade. But their mother’s defeat came at great cost: not only does it leave Medalon vulnerable to invasion, R’shiel is mortally wounded.
As Treason Keep begins, R’shiel is on the brink of death. Her only hope is the healing powers of the Harshini magical beings long thought extinct. Even they will be hard pressed to save the Demon Child of prophecy…
On Medalon’s northern border, Tarja and the Defenders are far too few to stand against the invaders from Karien, even with the new fortifications built onto Treason Keep. The only thing that can save them is an alliance with Hythria, with whom the Medalon have been skirmishing for generations. But can Tarja trust Damin Wolflblade, warlord and heir to the throne of Hytrhia, with whom Tarja has personally crossed blades upon the field of battle?
Meanwhile, King Hablet of Fardohnya weds his eldest daughter, the stunningly beautiful but shrewish Princess Adrina, to the Karien Heir. Hablet hopes to place his grandchild on the Karien throne. But the wayward and rebellious Adrina has her own plans, and the fate of three nations dangle upon her insolent whim.
Featuring a heady blend of political intrigue, war, and one of the great love hate relationships in fantasy fiction, Treason Keep is sure to please the many fans of epic fantasy.
Medalon has surrendered to foreign invaders, Tarja is once more an outcast, the Defenders have scattered and their only hope is Damin Wolfblade.
But Damin has his own problems the High Prince is dead, so Damin must lift the siege on the Hythrun capital and defeat an usurper before he can come to Medalon’s aid.
For R’shiel, time is running out. She must find a way to bring peace to the divided southern nations, to free Medalon from Karien occupation, and to find the strength to put an end to Loclon. And she has finally accepted her destiny as the Demon Child, which means she must be the one to defeat Xaphista soon, before the Harshini are destroyed.
But how can she kill a god?
Marla Wolfblade of Hythria is determined to restore her family’s great name, but conspirators surround her: the Sorcerers’ Collective, the Patriots — even members of her own family. She must make sure her son Damin lives to be old enough to restore the Wolfblade name to its former glory.
Elezaar the Dwarf is a small man with big secrets — but that doesn’t matter to Marla Wolfblade. Her brother is the High Prince of Hythria, and, in this fiercely patriarchal society, her fate will be decided on his whim. She needs someone politically astute to guide her through the maze of court politics — and Elezaar the Dwarf knows more than he lets on.
As Elezaar teaches Marla the Rules of Gaining and Wielding Power, Marla starts on the road to becoming a tactician and a wily diplomat — but will that be enough to keep her son alive?20050628
It is eight years since Marla Wolfblade buried her second husband. In that time, she has become the power behind Hythria’s throne — as much from a desire to control her own destiny in any way she can, as to protect her son, young Damin.
But while Marla plays the games of politics and diplomacy, the High Arrion of the Sorcerers’ Collective is plotting to destroy her — and the entire Wolfblade line.
And while Marla’s power and fortune are great, they may yet not be enough to protect herself and her family from the High Arrion’s wrath — and her only ally and confidant, Elezaar the Fool, is toying with the idea of betrayal.
For he has discovered that the infamous Rules of Gaining and Wielding Power are not so useful when his own family is involved…
Marla Wolfblade is reeling from the loss of her closest confidant, Elizaar the Fool, who taught her the Rules of Gaining and Wielding Power, and helped shape her into a force in Hythria. But Marla’s plans for revenge are disrupted when she discovers she has a dangerous adversary…
. On the border, Fardohnya has massed its troops for an invasion, and Marla’s eldest son, Damin Wolfblade, heir to the throne of Hythria, finds his ability to fight back is thwarted by tradition, politics, and the foolishness of the High Prince…
Back in Krakandar, Mahkas Damaran awaits news of the battle and has sealed the city against Damin’s return. With the city on the brink of starvation, it seems only theft on an unprecedented scale can free Krakandar from Mahkas’s madness and tyranny…
and destroy Hythria’s web of secrets and lies.
On the world Ranadon there is no night as both suns shine brightly. The intervention of Belagren, High Priestess of the Shadowdancers, and the sacrifice of a child of royal blood, has banished the Age of Shadows from the skies. Belagren’s position is unquestioned…
until circumstances begin to tip political rivalries into a deadlier game altogether.
A volcanic eruption rocks the seas separating the Kingdom of Dhevyn and the mainland Kingdom of Senet, and a mysterious sailor is shipwrecked on the island of Elcast. Badly wounded, his arrival stirs up old hatreds and unravels old secrets. His presence is enough to even bring Antonov, the powerful Lion of Senet, to the island and fear to the Keep of the Duke of Elcast.
A strong friendship develops between Dirk, second son of the Duke, and Kirshov Latanya, second son of the Lion of Senet. But will they, and their friendship, survive the chain of events set in motion by the ambitions of the ruthless High Priestess of the Shadowdancers and the domineering Lion of Senet?
This first book of the Second Sons Trilogy establishes Jennifer Fallon as one of the most unique voices in fantasy fiction, as she creates full characters, and takes intelligent plotting to a whole new level in order to establish unparalleled complexity and tension.?
Since the Age of Shadows ended, the people of Ranadon have lived under the merciless heat of two suns and the tyranny of Antonov, the Lion of Senet. Consumed by his lust for power and his unshakable belief in the capricious, almighty Goddess, Antonov’s rule is absolute. Only one man has the intelligence and will to break that hold a man who could be King.
Suddenly widowed, Morna Provin, Duchess of Elcast, has lost her only protector. With her son banished for an unspeakable crime, she faces a horrifying fate at the hands of the Lion of Senet as retribution for her relationship with the heretic Johan Thorn. But it is only part of a cunning scheme to lure her son, Dirk Provin, back into the fold so Antonov can consolidate his power once and for all.
With his mother s life at stake, Dirk Provin must emerge from hiding in the Baenlands and return to Elcast setting in motion a rebellion that will expose long buried secrets and ignite festering hatreds. For a ruler s fears and a madman s prophecy will start Dirk on a quest for truth that will spark a fierce battle between two very different men: one who believes only what his five senses tell him, the other obsessed by his faith in the divine. It is a clash that will bring to light a revelation that may shatter them all.
Darkness threatens Ranadon again in the form of an eclipse. The Goddess wants to give the people of Ranadon a sign and only Dirk Provin can interpret it. To do so, Dirk has systematically betrayed his one time allies to join his most hated enemies. Now, with neither side trusting him, Dirk sets his own devious plot in motion
Senet’s Crippled Prince, Misha, has found unexpected and tenuous sanctuary among the Baenlanders of Mil. To secure their trust, he offers them the one thing they cannot refuse. Meanwhile, Alenor, Queen of Dhevyn, betrayed by her husband, Kirsh, and Tia Veran, deceived by Dirk, set out for revenge and to finally free their people at any cost. As the second sons and the rest of their generation
pursue different paths to survival and freedom, they discover that the will of the Goddess and of men works in mysterious ways. And as Dirk s old enemies join with new ones, his attempt to save Ranadon may cost him his friends, his love…
and his life.
When a routine hanging goes wrong and a murderer somehow survives the noose, the man announces he is an immortal. And not just any immortal, but Cayal, The Immortal Prince, hero of legend, thought to be only a fictional character. To most he is a figure out of the Tide Lord Tarot, the only record left on Amyrantha of the mythical beings whom fable tells created the race of half human, half animal Crasii, a race of slaves. Arkady Desean is an expert on the legends of the Tide Lords so at the request of the King’s Spymaster, she is sent to interrogate this would be immortal, hoping to prove he is a spy, or at the very least, a madman. Though she is set the task of proving Cayal a liar, Arkady finds herself believing him, against her own good sense. And as she begins to truly believe in the Tide Lords, her own web of lies begins to unravel…
How do you go about killing yourself when you are an immortal? Is it even possible? Jennifer Fallon explores this tantalizing puzzle in The Gods of Amyrantha, the second in her Tide Lords series.
The Tide is turning and the Tide Lords powers are returning with it. Cayal, the Immortal Prince, hero of legend, was thought to be only a fictional character.
Cayal sure wishes that he was a piece of fiction anything that would help him shuffle off this mortal coil. But even though he longs for a final death, things in the world keep pulling him back. Such as Arkady Desean, an expert on the legends of the Tide Lords who has discovered the truth about Cayal and captured his heart.
Yes, the Tide Lords will walk upon the earth once more and, with the power that surges through the cosmos, stand poised to wreak havoc on all that humans hold dear. Cayal will have to decide if he wants to go on living just a little longer and if he is willing to risk his fellow immortals wrath in order to save the world.
Eternity is a long time to be watching over your shoulder…
The Tide is turning, and the Immortals who have walked the world for eons are once again coming into their powers and stepping from obscure boltholes to take control once more. The very mortal lady Arkady knows of their plans but holds out little hope of being able to stop them. Branded and sold into slavery, Arkady fears all she knows and loves is lost her husband, Stellan, was probably dead by now, hanged by the Immortal Jaxyn for his own nefarious purposes; and Declan Hawkes, the King of Glaeba’s Spymaster and her childhood friend perhaps the only other human she knew who might risk everything to save her doesn t even know she s in danger. She will turn to her new owner for help…
but learning the truth about him may cost them both their lives. And Stellan? Well, it turns out he isn t dead and Jaxyn’s plans hit a snag when he realises that Stellan, the one man who can challenge him for the Glaeban throne, has sought asylum in neighbouring Caelum. Strangely enough, the Empress of the Five Realms a Tide Lord in hiding no more, and the Tide Lords, Tryan and Elyssa, seem to be on Stellan’s side…
Plots within plots. Magic tinges the very air and the Tide will bring mayhem and madness to both mortal and Immortal alike.
The Tide Lords have gathered in Jelidia and find they must find The Chaos Crystal that brought them to this world. It is discovered that Elyssa, Scard Crasii, Warlock’s cruel immortal mistress knows the location of The Chaos Crystal and with every immortal searching for the crystal the stakes are high.