By Sam Sykes
The Aeon's Gate involves an epic end. She comes.The skies bleed. The earth groans. the ocean howls. the area is lease asunder because the Kraken Queen claws her approach from hell. And the one ones status in her means are a tender guy with a section of metal and a voice in his head, his many partners, and their many, many difficulties. As Lenk trips to the Island of Jaga, the tomb of Ulbecetonth, he's hunted. by means of enemies, by way of the girl he loves, through the demon he has to kill, by means of a military of any variety of bloodthirsty red berserkers, savage lizardmen, vicious monsters, and huge demons. within the lands the place sky and sea have forgotten they have been ever separate, Lenk and the companions' destinies wait for on the tip of a sword and the mouth of hell.
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The Skybound Sea (Aeons' Gate, Book 3) by Sam Sykes