Sat, Oct 14|
Werner Books and Coffee
Book Signing - Carolina "Nina" Cruz - The Unwanted Prophet / The Forgotten Lyric
Time & Location
Oct 14, 2023, 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM
Werner Books and Coffee, 3608 Liberty St, Erie, PA 16508, USA
About the event
Nina Cruz The Unwanted Prophet The Forgotten Lyric Saturday, October 14 11 AM - 1 PM
Carolina "Nina" Cruz is a fantasy fan and author. With inspirations from Poe and Gaiman to Sanderson and Lewis, the Creed of Gethin trilogy draws from Nina's love of dark things and sprawling fantasy worlds alike to create a world and narrative as charming as they are morbid.
The Unwanted Prophet: Quincy Sauer is in jail. As far as she’s concerned, that's where she belongs - until a god of death decides otherwise. He has a plan to undermine his own priests and Quincy is his pawn of choice. Going from criminal to prophet would be a difficult transition under even the best circumstances, but Quincy’s luck is about to turn from bad to worse as corrupt priests, cults, and threats unknown stand between her and the answer to her greatest questions: Has the god of life and death made a terrible mistake? And if he has, who is going to pay the price for it? The Forgotten Lyric: How can an assassin retire and live with everything they’ve done? Some men turn to drink, while others choose to live in denial. Kennet Peders, on the other hand, is just trying to be a better person. Saving a young girl from death by poison seems to be the perfect place to start, yet even as he takes a job that does nothing but good, Kennet can’t fully escape his past…
With the supernatural ability to influence other people’s emotions, Asa never felt quite comfortable in the society they were raised in. Luckily, being a bard means they can easily leave that society to find a home somewhere new—and the country of Bladland is very new to them. Here Asa finds themself presented with an opportunity: use their influence to help save a young girl and befriend a mysterious (and handsome) sword-for-hire in the process.
It’s an adventure they’d be a fool to pass up on.