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The Fall of Undal

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The lines are drawn between the Royal House of Undal and the Dragon Court, led by the Royal House of Magan. Cronous and Rhea have gathered to their side ten nations, forming their own empire, one great enough to confront their former friends and allies. Yet victory is not assured. The Annunaki have their own plans on how to deal with the upstart King and Queen and they kee ...more
ebook, 243 pages
Published April 6th 2016 by 5 Prince Publishing (first published 2015)
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S.E. Lindberg
Sisowath’s Mythdark: The Fall of Undal is the second half of a duology (its initial half being The Doom of Undal). For obvious reason, readers should read Doom prior reading Fall. As many epic fantasy novels, there are many characters. In “Doom,” four characters emerged as our primary guides, three of which are sisters (Rhea, Hathor, and Sobekh) and the last is a male from a different royal family (Cronous). Sisowath’s ancient Kings and Queens (Dragon Court) have dragon blood within their veins, ...more
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Jul 05, 2015 rated it it was amazing
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This was so amazing. I absolutely loved it! It is engaging and interesting the whole way through and the pages just flew by. The characters are so diverse and so interesting to read about. The plot is great and I thought a book that is all about a war would be longwinded, but this isn't. It never gets boring, and it just had you by it's claws from the get go.

I love that these books are an adaption of the creation of earth and humankind. I love how Katrina has taken creationism and other religio
Lauren Jones
Apr 20, 2016 rated it it was amazing
He saw a veiled, much-changed, Atueni in Dwarka, a blade in each hand, stabbing and slicing her way through armed guards, reaching the king and stabbing him in his gut. A soft exhale escaped the fat king’s lips, drowned out by his wife’s scream, which was cut short with a slice across her throat. Atueni paused for the briefest of instances before she headed off in the direction of, according to Cronous’ memory, where lay the children’s bedrooms. So, she had survived—though barely. The veil had s ...more
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Katrina is an avid book reader and loves mythology, history, ancient civilizations and anything to do with occult ideologies and practices. She also is a guest writer on Ancient Origins and the Heretic Magazine, writing about the Serpent Cult, Mystery Schools, and their politico-military branches.
She is currently writing a ‘MythDark’ series based on the Serpent Cult, called ‘Dragon Court', with th