Scribe Cycle #3
years have passed since the devastation of Golyna. Anna, once the
maker of immortals, continues to fight the evil she unwillingly
created through her rune-carving magic. Secreted away in an isolated
mountain monastery, she works as a teacher to young scribes, guiding
them toward runes that foster peace rather than endless war. So when
the tracker who murdered her brother comes to Annaâ€™s redoubt,
begging for his eternal runes to be undone, Anna agrees to grant his
wish on one conditionâ€”that he aid her in rooting out the remnants
of Volna, a genocidal regime bent on destruction.
this brave new world where old foes can become allies, so too can
former friends sour into deadly enemies. With the trackerâ€™s help,
Anna is propelled into a confrontation with Ramyi, her former
apprentice. Grown bitter and disillusioned, Ramyi now wants to lay
waste to the worldâ€”but not before she completes an apocalyptic
ritual that could have dire consequences for all of existence. To
stop Ramyi from unleashing chaos, and restore peace to a broken
world, Anna must be willing to make the ultimate sacrifice.
Scribe Cycle #2
long years have passed since Anna, First of Tomas, survived the purge
in Malijad after being forced to use her scribe sigils to create an
army of immortals. Safely ensconced in the shelter of the Nest, a
sanctuary woven by one of her young allies, Anna spends her days
tutoring the gifted yet traumatized scribe, Ramyiâ€”and coming to
terms with her growing attachment to an expatriate soldier in her
from her refuge, war drums continue to beat. Thwarted in her efforts
to locate the elusive tracker and bring him to justice, Anna turns to
the state of Nahora and its network of spies for help. But Nahoran
assistance comes with a price: Anna must agree to weaponize her magic
for the all-out military confrontation to come.
to the front lines with Ramyi in tow, Anna will find her new
alliances put to the test, her old tormentors lying in wait, and the
fate of a city placed in her hands. To protect the innocent, she must
be willing to make the ultimate sacrifice. For even in this season of
retribution, the gift of healing may be the most powerful weapon of
Scribe Cycle #1
in an endless war, scribes are feared and worshipped, valued and
exploited, prized and hunted. But there is only one whose powers can
determine the fate of the world . . .
into the ruins of Rzolkaâ€™s brutal civil unrest, Anna has never
known peace. Here, in her remote villageâ€”a wasteland smoldering in
the shadows of outlying foreign armiesâ€”being imbued with the magic
of the scribes has made her future all the more uncertain.
intricate carvings of the flesh, scribes can grant temporary
invulnerability against enemies to those seeking protection. In an
embattled world where child scribes are sold and traded to corrupt
leaders, Anna is invaluable. Her scars never fade. The immunity she
grants lasts forever.
to a desert metropolis, Anna is promised a life of reverence, wealth,
and fameâ€”in exchange for her gifts. She believes she is helping to
restore her homeland, creating gods and kings for an immortal
armyâ€”until she witnesses the hordes slaughtering without reproach,
sacking cities, and threatening everything she holds dear. Now, with
the help of an enigmatic assassin, Anna must reclaim the power of her
scarsâ€”before she becomes the unwitting architect of an apocalyptic
Wolanyk is the author of the Scribe Cycle and a teacher from Boston.
He holds a B.A. in Creative Writing from the University of
Massachusetts, where his writing has appeared in its quarterly
publication and The Electric Pulp. After studying fiction, he pursued
educational work in the Czech Republic, Taiwan, and Latvia. Outside
of writing, he enjoys history, philosophy, and boxing. His
post-apocalyptic novel, Grid, was released in 2015. He currently
resides in Riga, Latvia as an English teacher.Â
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