The winner of the 2021 Braun Book awards for new fiction, Argentum’s Song is a story of dreams come true. Buy a copy on Amazon or here.
There is a prophesy that the seed of Simon, a True Warrior dedicated wholly to Ferus, will bring deliverence from darkness. He dreams of his son, Argent, becoming a great warrior, defeating the Beast and irradicating the weir virus.
Martha and Franklin, teen nobels sold into indentured servitude are caught unwillingly in the middle of this clash. They dream of revenge against their enemies, bending the world to their will for a change, and a chance to prove themselves.
All that fifteen year old Argent dreams of is freedom from the heavy burden placed on him by Simon, as well as night terrors of failure and despair that haunt his sleep.
This is a story of dreams come true. The question is: which ones?
The world of Argentum’s Song is an allegorical fantasy with weirwolves and advanced clockwork technologies. Ferus, the creator, is at work with a rescue plan, part of which involves distributing a supernatural metal, ‘Argentum’, to his followers. However, in the corner of the world where our stories take place, little is known about Ferus or his plan. His few followers are often at odds and cling to their traditions and prejudices. Can they become united against the growing enemy horde in time?
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