Summers’ End

The Thousand Endless Summers have ended. The sun has fled the sky and refuses to return.

What evil is so great the sun fears to face it?

The trees in the garden refuse to bear their fruit for the people. Dark shadows have returned, claiming the garden as their own. The Summers have ended, but heroes must rise even in the darkness.

All the world’s creatures warn Seriah, but she can’t hear their voices.

Barrin faces a choice: Reawaken the trees or remind the sun of her duty. When the weight of the world’s survival lands on his young shoulders, will he stand?

Gladius is only a pudding-head; what does he know?

Amaril has vowed to stand with her husband, even as he runs to the end of the world to save a people that will never know their sacrifice.

Four lives wait to see what will come after Summers’ End.

Summers’ End will be posted four times a week until the first act of the story is completed. I’m writing this story a ‘la Snow and Smokeif you’d like to compare to something else. This page will serve as an index to the story as well.

Chapter one will post Monday, August 31st.

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