Halloween is over, but Max’s troubles continue as he learns the truth of his epilepsy and is forced to face his guilt head-on.
Vikings are raiding the Kingless land, so Sir Percy and the Knights Templar are dispatched to protect the villagers. Soon they are whisked into The Wild Hunt and find themselves tackling more than mortal men when Legend and Myth collide in an epic battle. Only the Yule King can bring peace and Percy will need Max’s help, but that could prove more disastrous.
Book 2 of 4—Winter. This book series is set within a year span of Max’s arrival to Ravencrest, Vermont. Inspired by Celtic, Norse, and Native American mythology.
Ian Cadena is a native Texan that craves cold weather and a lush colored Autumn with a cool breeze!
He should have figured it out sooner that he desired to be a writer when he was writing out story-lines for his action figures and creating his own campaigns and backstories for his friends while playing Dungeons & Dragons.
He holds a degree in Theater & Writing and works on his novels and nefariously plots from his secret lair.
He is a Reiki Master and enthralled with all things mystic and paranormal. He possesses numerous tarot decks and has had at least one out-of-body experience... maybe two. He has been fascinated by cryptids, magick, and the paranormal since he was a kid and it is this fascination that fuels his writing.
When not traveling outside of his body or crafting new stories, he’s brewing up some eats or drinks in his cauldron (kitchen).
I was blown away by how much I loved book one, and the wait for book two has been long and hard (that's what he said), by in the end totally worth it. The world and mythology is built upon quite nicely, as well as our main characters and their journeys. Growing up a fan of fantasy, horror,and mythology, it sometimes feels like this book was written by someone who stole my book collection. Already anticipating the next installment.