great power has awakened within Princess Kallan.
keep the princess hidden, she is taken to Alfheim; her abilities
suppressed and her memory erased.
later, Kallan inherits her fatherâ€™s war, and vows revenge on the
one man she believes is responsible: Rune, King of Gunir. But soon, a
twist of fate puts Kallan in protection of the man she has sworn to
kill, and Rune in possession of powers he does not understand.
in the world of Men, the two must form an unlikely alliance to make
their way home and solve the mystery of their past – and of the
Shadow that hunts them both.
forÂ Dolor and Shadow:
sweeping, epic novel… highly recommend it to all fantasy lovers.”Â –
Erin S. Riley, author of Odin’s Shadow
B. Chrysler has brought world building to breathtaking heights with
â€˜Dolor and Shadowâ€™”Â – Jay Norry, Amazon
is book one in a set that has the potential to become timeless”Â –
Timothy Bateson, Amazon Review
the Fae gods draw near, Queen Kallanâ€™s strength is tested.
follows King Rune, but the Shadow Beast caged within Runeâ€™s body is
writhing in hunger. Kallanâ€™s newest companion, Bergen – the
legendary Berserk – is determined to end the conflict in her life.
the three come together, the truth buried in the past resurfaces.
Now, Kallan must master a dormant power… or watch her kingdom fall
to the Fae, who will stop at nothing to keep their lies.
Angela B. Chrysler
is a writer, logician, philosopher, and die-hard nerd who studies
theology, historical linguistics, music composition, and medieval
European history in New York with a dry sense of humor and an unusual
sense of sarcasm. She lives in a garden with her family and cats.
In 2014, Ms.
Chrysler founded Brain to Books and the virtual trade show, Brain to
Books Cyber Convention. A passionate gardener and incurable cat
lover, Ms. Chrysler spends her days drinking coffee and writing
beside a volume of Edgar Allan Poe who strongly influences her style
to this day. When Ms. Chrysler is not writing, she enables her
addictions to all things nerdy, and reads everything she can get her
hands on no matter the genre. Occasionally, she finds time to mother
her three children and debate with her life-long friend who she
eventually married. Her writing is often compared to Tad Williams.
Her influences are Edgar Allan Poe, The Phantom of the Opera, and
Angela also loves
writing, cats, reading, knitting, gardening, Tai Chi, Yoga,
meditation, coffee, BBC, baking, cooking, dancing, singing, anime,