Part Three of the Dark Waters Series
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When all hopes to stop the Red Prince have failed the only thing left to do is fight. The survivors of the plague ready themselves for the final battle, but the odds are not good. Adiah is ready to lead her people, but her army is weak and can she trust her new allies?
Across the ocean the Symphony is making her final voyage, the Fimorri are fleeing the waters and a dishevelled priest is trying to make his way back home. With the Red Army looming can any of them make a difference now?
This grim and bloody tale takes place in a fantasy world of pirates, warriors and temple priests, where princesses command ships and blood is worth gold. Extremely dark, with a twisted sense of humour, packed full of adventure, romance and gore the third instalment to the series promises chaos of epic proportion.