Book: The Pale Hand of God (The Paruus Histories Book 1) by S. M. Whitecategories: Book, Fiction, Epic, Sword, Sorcery, Magic, Dark Fantasy, Adventure, Fantasy
S. M. Whiteabout this book: Prophesies are not what they once were, not since the Black Histories swallowed the knowledge of Man and Magic. Now, in a world of darkness and violence, men with blood in their teeth and anger in their hearts rise to power, and "The Pale Hand of God" proves the terrible lengths men will go to claim prominence.
Inside a city prison, one man seeks freedom, even though he knows that to risk it means torture and death. But Lainn Sevai is drawn to the task by the need of redemption craved by his black soul. Along the way he entwines himself with characters whose lives lead the world to the brink of destruction.
This book has always been inside me, a darker world than most that popular the Fantasy genre. It is full of sharp edges and grit and suffering. It is a novel that shows the lengths in which a man can raise himself after falling. There is happiness within the pages, if you squint. More than that, there is hope. Change comes in all forms, even shapes that force the world around you to crumble at your touch.
"The Pale Hand of God" is a study in perseverance, love, and the shadows of the heart.
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