And now for the lady herself!
|I love the cool color-scheme; it contrasts beautifully with the other covers in the series. (And it matches my blog rather nicely, if I do say so myself.)|
But when the curse attacks the one Draven loves most, can this coward find the courage he needs to face the darkness?
Coming May 25, 2015
He heard the drums in his dreams, distant but drawing ever nearer. He had heard them before and wondered if the time of his manhood had come. But with the approach of dawn, the drums always faded away and he woke to the world still a child. Still a boy.
"A hero or heroine refers to characters who, in the face of danger and adversity or from a position of weakness, display courage and/or the will for self-sacrifice-- that is, heroism-- for some greater good of all humanity."
"It is a far, far better thing that I do, than I have ever done; it is a far, far better rest that I go to than I have ever known."
Nay, then, come on, and take the chance of anger! (King Lear, 3.7.79-80)
"Jove," he cried, "grant that this my child may be even as myself, chief among the Trojans; let him be not less excellent in strength, and let him rule Ilius with his might. Then may one say of him as he comes from battle, 'The son is far better than the father.' May he bring back the blood-stained spoils of him whom he has laid low, and let his mother's heart be glad." ("The Illiad," Book VI)