The Last Shadow

The Last Shadow

by Susan Skylark

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The Enemy’s final triumph draws nigh, the Time of Revelation looms, and the world trembles at his coming, or it would if it realized its peril. As the days dwindle and the gloom deepens, even the Shadow of the Unicorn does not escape unscathed. Reduced to a single man, but still determined to fight, though forbidden from meddling in the greatest acts of this final age of the world, the Last Shadow does not stand idle nor long alone. Well equipped with his trademark smile and incorrigible sense of humor, Jace is willing to meet the looming End alone if he must, but then that’s never been his lot, even in the darkest days of his service to the Shadow.

You’ll find a more detailed and serious account of the last days recorded elsewhere in the Chronicles of the Brethren, whereas this tale is told from the perspective of the most irascible of all Shadows with his usual combination of levity, impetuosity, and boldness and a generous dose of the ridiculous and absurd thrown in for good measure. Join Jace and his friends for one last lark in the world as we currently know it, ere the curtain falls and something far more grand begins.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940154521175
Publisher: Susan Skylark
Publication date: 09/19/2017
Series: Chronicles of the Brethren , #8
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 466 KB

About the Author

Once upon a time there was a sensible young lady who pursued a practical career, but finding it far less fulfilling than the proponents of the modern fairytale promulgate, she then married a clergyman, much to everyone’s astonishment, including her own, and in proper fairytale fashion keeps house for the mysterious gentleman in a far away land, spending most of her time in company with a very short, whimsical person who can almost speak English. She enjoys fantasy, fairy tales, and adventure stories and her writing reflects this quaint affectation. She considers Happy Endings (more or less) a requisite to good literature and sanity, though real stories never, truly end.

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