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This book is Free on June 21, Are these books no longer free? Erna's peculiar placement in the galaxy also provides for an infrequent and mysterious phenomena: every few months, the sun and the Core, as well as the three moons and every visible star manage to set and disappear, enveloping Erna in total blackness.

Creating what is known as True Night, a time of particular mystique and power for the series. Geography[ edit ] The series takes place in the Eastern and Western Hemispheres of the planet, with the majority taking place in the Western continent s. The Western lands are more populated in the eastern and southern portions of the continent, the east centralized around the port city and human hub of Jaggonath.

To the west are the Rakhlands, a wild, untamed testament to the old nature of Erna, where the aboriginal species of the rakh live. The Eastern lands have an almost opposite population distribution, with the more people residing in the west and north, getting less populated toward the east and south.

The lands themselves are separated into two notable geographic landmasses, one to the north, and one the south. The two lands are apparently in pitched warfare during the series, and are separated by a dangerous stretch of ocean.

The southernmost portion of the South-Eastern continent are colloquially referred to as the blacklands, a deserted patch of cracked, black terrain that is notoriously uninhabited and hostile.

He is the trilogy's main character, and the plot is mostly explored through his perspective. At the start of the tale he is firmly devoted to his faith, almost to the point of zealotry. He is highly experienced in combat, having traveled all over the Western Continent battling demons and malignant Fae-Constructs in service of his Church. Ironically enough, he is also a moderately skilled sorcerer, one of the few in his order.

He comes from the jurisdiction of the Matriarch of the West, one of the two primary leaders of the Church. She is more flexible in regards to the teachings of their faith, and believes that it may actually be of use to the Church for certain priests to be allowed to Work the Fae, just as the Neocount of Merentha once suggested.

Damien is part of the order of knights she enlisted with the task of learning to Work the Fae, and to teach the ability to fledgling warriors across the world. In traveling with the fallen Prophet, Gerald Tarrant, his initially stern views on right and wrong are tested and warped, as he is forced to accept the help of and to save the life of an individual he normally would have died to kill.

In the end, he must find a way to meld his faith with necessity, risking everything he is to save humanity. He was a visionary, an individual who sought more adamant uses of the Fae to tame the planet, which was contrary to the Church's primary goal of rendering humans null to the Fae.

He sacrifices his humanity to gain untold control over the Fae by murdering his wife and children in a dark ritual. Thus was born the Hunter. The Hunter is an Adept with unfathomable capability and power. In the sacrifice he gained a control over the Fae no man had ever dared dream of before.

Not only can he control the Earth Fae with ease, he can now utilize the elusive and tantalizing Dark Fae, with which he can perform the most arcane and dark of Workings. He becomes a vital component to the trilogy's story, which centers around the travels of the priest Damien Vryce. One of the primary plots of this series revolves around the Hunter's redemption, something that is thrust upon him as the story progresses.

Ciani[ edit ] A powerful Adept of Jaggonath. She serves as Damien's first romantic interest in the books, and the catalyst for the events of the series. She makes her living selling Worked objects to the people of Jaggonath: wards and talismans to protect people from Fae-made demons Constructs. A group of mysterious demons, later revealed to be Rakh, assaults her in Black Sun Rising, sapping her of her memories and Adeptitude, thus setting Damien and Senzei on a quest to the Rakhlands to hunt down her assailant in hope of Ciani's resulting restoration.

She is a wise and powerful woman, capable of Workings many Adepts would be jealous of. She is, however, helpless without her abilities, and latches on to the Hunter, becoming his apprentice in hopes of restoring some vestige of the power she lost. She stays in the rakhlands at the end of the first book, forsaking her old life to live amongst the rakh. Senzei Reese[ edit ] A sorcerer of average ability and extensive knowledge of the Fae.

He works as Ciani's assistant at her shop in Jaggonath. He is a man possessed of an inherent desire for knowledge, consumed by an ever-ravenous hunger to become an Adept. He is jealous of their ability to see and interact with the Fae, and is deeply sorrowful of the fact that Adeptitude is something one is born with, rather than something learned. This desire ends up costing him dearly. One of the first things he loses is his betrothed.

She had been with him for years, and loved him dearly, but could no longer tolerate playing second in his life to something she could not compete with; his desire for the Fae was something she could do nothing about, leading her to leave him tearfully.

The last thing lost, is his life. In a spurt of madness induced by the Iezu Calesta, he steals a vial of Sacred Fire pure, liquified solar fae from Damien, believing that consuming it would give him the powers of an Adept.

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It instead incinerated him alive. Hesseth[ edit ] A female of the rakh race, and one of the few of her kind capable of human speech. She joins Damien's group in the rakhlands in order to defeat the Keeper of the Souls. As the rakh are a native species, she has the ability to manipulate the Tidal Fae like an Adept would Earth Fae.

A fierce warrior with a fiery hatred of humans, Hesseth struggles with her prejudice while in the company of Damien Vryce, a human possessed of an understanding she thought humans were incapable of. After starting off hostile towards him and the other group members, she develops an uneasy friendship with Damien and follows him to the Eastern Continent, even though the threat there was not necessarily of her concern.

The Western lands are more populated in the eastern and southern portions of the continent, the east centralized around the port city and human hub of Jaggonath. To the west are the Rakhlands, a wild, untamed testament to the old nature of Erna, where the aboriginal species of the rakh live. The Eastern lands have an almost opposite population distribution, with the more people residing in the west and north, getting less populated toward the east and south.

The lands themselves are separated into two notable geographic landmasses, one to the north, and one the south.

The two lands are apparently in pitched warfare during the series, and are separated by a dangerous stretch of ocean. The southernmost portion of the South-Eastern continent are colloquially referred to as the blacklands, a deserted patch of cracked, black terrain that is notoriously uninhabited and hostile.

He is the trilogy's main character, and the plot is mostly explored through his perspective.

At the start of the tale he is firmly devoted to his faith, almost to the point of zealotry. He is highly experienced in combat, having traveled all over the Western Continent battling demons and malignant Fae-Constructs in service of his Church.

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Ironically enough, he is also a moderately skilled sorcerer, one of the few in his order. He comes from the jurisdiction of the Matriarch of the West, one of the two primary leaders of the Church.

She is more flexible in regards to the teachings of their faith, and believes that it may actually be of use to the Church for certain priests to be allowed to Work the Fae, just as the Neocount of Merentha once suggested. Damien is part of the order of knights she enlisted with the task of learning to Work the Fae, and to teach the ability to fledgling warriors across the world.

In traveling with the fallen Prophet, Gerald Tarrant, his initially stern views on right and wrong are tested and warped, as he is forced to accept the help of and to save the life of an individual he normally would have died to kill. In the end, he must find a way to meld his faith with necessity, risking everything he is to save humanity.

He was a visionary, an individual who sought more adamant uses of the Fae to tame the planet, which was contrary to the Church's primary goal of rendering humans null to the Fae. He sacrifices his humanity to gain untold control over the Fae by murdering his wife and children in a dark ritual. Thus was born the Hunter. The Hunter is an Adept with unfathomable capability and power.

In the sacrifice he gained a control over the Fae no man had ever dared dream of before. Not only can he control the Earth Fae with ease, he can now utilize the elusive and tantalizing Dark Fae, with which he can perform the most arcane and dark of Workings.

He becomes a vital component to the trilogy's story, which centers around the travels of the priest Damien Vryce. One of the primary plots of this series revolves around the Hunter's redemption, something that is thrust upon him as the story progresses. A powerful Adept of Jaggonath. She serves as Damien's first romantic interest in the books, and the catalyst for the events of the series.

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She makes her living selling Worked objects to the people of Jaggonath: A group of mysterious demons, later revealed to be Rakh, assaults her in Black Sun Rising , sapping her of her memories and Adeptitude, thus setting Damien and Senzei on a quest to the Rakhlands to hunt down her assailant in hope of Ciani's resulting restoration.

She is a wise and powerful woman, capable of Workings many Adepts would be jealous of. She is, however, helpless without her abilities, and latches on to the Hunter, becoming his apprentice in hopes of restoring some vestige of the power she lost. She stays in the rakhlands at the end of the first book, forsaking her old life to live amongst the rakh.

A sorcerer of average ability and extensive knowledge of the Fae. He works as Ciani's assistant at her shop in Jaggonath. He is a man possessed of an inherent desire for knowledge, consumed by an ever-ravenous hunger to become an Adept.

He is jealous of their ability to see and interact with the Fae, and is deeply sorrowful of the fact that Adeptitude is something one is born with, rather than something learned. This desire ends up costing him dearly. One of the first things he loses is his betrothed. She had been with him for years, and loved him dearly, but could no longer tolerate playing second in his life to something she could not compete with; his desire for the Fae was something she could do nothing about, leading her to leave him tearfully.

The last thing lost, is his life. In a spurt of madness induced by the Iezu Calesta, he steals a vial of Sacred Fire pure, liquified solar fae from Damien, believing that consuming it would give him the powers of an Adept. It instead incinerated him alive. A female of the rakh race, and one of the few of her kind capable of human speech. She joins Damien's group in the rakhlands in order to defeat the Keeper of the Souls.

As the rakh are a native species, she has the ability to manipulate the Tidal Fae like an Adept would Earth Fae. A fierce warrior with a fiery hatred of humans, Hesseth struggles with her prejudice while in the company of Damien Vryce, a human possessed of an understanding she thought humans were incapable of. After starting off hostile towards him and the other group members, she develops an uneasy friendship with Damien and follows him to the Eastern Continent, even though the threat there was not necessarily of her concern.

In encountering the young Adept Jenseny, she discovers a strong maternal side to herself, coming to love and care for the lost little girl as if she were her own. In the end, she gives her life to allow Damien and Jenseny a chance to survive in the harsh lands of the Undying Prince. The young daughter of a powerful dignitary in the lands of the Undying Prince. She is an Adept struggling with her newfound abilities, and possesses the capacity to manipulate the Tidal Fae, an ability heretofore unheard of among humans.

She runs away from home after her father is killed and impersonated by a member of the corrupted rakh serving the Prince. She is captured by a savage group of humans under the Prince's manipulation, all forced into an illusion that makes them look perpetually young.

Eventually she is rescued by Damien and his party, developing a strong familial bond to Hesseth, who reciprocates. The body-shifting Prince sought to make her his new body, and captured her for this purpose.

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