Elpis and haders new covers for 2016, Aaron McGowan


The Potential for Unlimited Power is Revealed… In a world where magical abilities are utilized through the Nexi Stones, there is one stone that stands high above the rest, shrouded in myth and mystery—the Elpis. Broken into four fragments centuries in the past, the Elpis waits to be pieced back together, and to grant its user godlike powers that could reshape the world forever. Raised in a quiet town, Terico but life ambitions change dramatically, however, when his village is attacked and everything he holds dear is taken away from him. Delkol, leader of the feared Brotherhood and ruler of the aggressive Shire Kingdom, seeks the pieces of the Elpis, and is willing to burn Terico’s village to the ground in order to find one. When the terror has passed and Terico stands at the greatest crossroads in his life, there is only one thing on his mind—one goal that encompasses his very existence. Revenge.


Five years have passed since the tumultuous finale of ELPIS, and though a catastrophic war has been averted, the safety of the world is threatened by the Elpis-enhanced experiments of Augurc and his Brotherhood. A plan is formed to locate powerful Nexi stones known as Haders, crafted centuries ago for the purpose of combating the Elpis. Two unlikely teams are formed, One team includes Borely, who finds himself struggling to come to terms with what he has become—a bloodthirsty vampire—the very thing he has long despised. His goal to find Areo, the one who saved his life and brought him to this state. But will the Haders enable Borely to rescue Areo from the clutches of the Brotherhood? Meanwhile the airship-pilot elf Lanek finds himself enlisted for the other Hader-searching team, and realizes that deep down he is still suffering over the loss of his sister. Will finding the Haders and bringing down the Brotherhood be enough to avenge her, and finally bring peace to Lanek’s aimless spirit?



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