A new Wraeththu Mythos novel.
time is done. Wraeththu’s time has begun.
isolationist and protected by the geography and legends surrounding the Rift of
the Damned, the hara of the Gold Country
live off what they can salvage from the
sunken cities and abandoned towns. While hara of tribes elsewhere awaken to
their newfound abilities, learn their bodies and discover new gods, the har-men
of the Gold Country cling to the old, familiar ways of the human era.
before they were har, the folks of Cinder Hill fought against the tides of an
ever-changing world, cursing the laws and politicians that killed every
industry, except for Wild West tourism. Now, the laws have gone, the world
itself torn apart to birth a wild new way of being. But in Cinder Hill echoes
of the past linger on; hara who still deny the changes in themselves get by in
the only way they know how – as their hardworking human ancestors once did.
Tyse and his salvage trawler crewmates haul a mysterious object from the ocean,
they initiate a series of events that will bring change to the Gold Country,
whether those who live there want it or not. Tyse discovers that his terrifying
new state of being is the only way to combat an implacable threat that seeks to
eradicate all hara from the Gold Country and beyond. Powerful predators have
appeared, their origins unknown, and none can hide from these deadly and
apparently indestructible hunters. None except – perhaps – a har in control of
his own powers.
and uncompromising, E. S. Wynn brings a new vision to the ground-breaking
Wraeththu Mythos, where the humanity remaining in hara fights to resist the
inevitable change, and old prejudices and conditioning hamper the evolution of
an isolated tribe.
With an introduction by Storm Constantine.