adult fantasy fiction
Tales of Starlight (Book 3)
Adrian Masters continues his relentless march toward the bitterly cold Northlands of Starlight. Ravaged by a deadly disease and accompanied by two children, Adrian carries Marcelle in a vegetative state, hoping Alaph, king of the Northlands, will supply
a way to reunite her near-death body with her wandering spirit.
Time is of the essence. Invading soldiers from Major Four are marching toward the Southlands village to do battle against the dragon slave masters, but two great dangers await—the inescapable disease and the unpredictable Benefile, ageless and mysterious white dragons who will kill any infected humans.
All the while, Drexel, the murderer of Marcelle’s mother, has taken on an impervious disguise as a male Starlighter and is using hypnotic powers to gain control of Mesolantrum with his sights set on the entire kingdom. Adrian and Marcelle must battle to free the slav es on one world and protect their own world from Drexel’s malevolent plan or else the freed slaves will return to Major Four only to find another slave master. Performing both tasks seems impossible.
Hope remains in the guise of the little Starlighter Regina. Guided by Cassabrie, Starlight’s great liberator, Regina hopes to accompany Adrian step by step to thwart the plans of slave masters on both worlds.
What others are saying
“I loved this book! It was definitely an amazing ending to an amazing series! …I loved how everything worked together. This book builds on what happened in the previous books, making it much more exciting, romantic, and dangerous.” -Emma, via Goodreads
“I have read the first two books in Bryan Davis’ trilogy and this was a great ending to it. You feel connected with the characters and just when you think it is going to end “Happily ever after” you get thrust into a whole new threat. This book is an amazing ending to the series and if someone asked I would recommend this book.” -Adrian, via Amazon