When Inco and Gray witness the brutal slaughter of a Deiran village, they intervene, but they can’t save everyone. A young mother is struck down in the fray, and in her final waking moments, she pleads with them to protect her newborn son.
In no time, it becomes clear that this is no ordinary boy. As if being raised by DúHuman dragons isn’t unique enough, young Jak begins to show abilities no dragon or human has ever had. What’s more concerning is the darkness that grows within him … and the looming prophecy it carries.
As Jak grows, his family does everything they can to keep his true identity a secret and raise him to be a good man. He must learn to control his inner darkness. For it is said …
We all have darkness in us. It’s what we do with it that matters.
Drawing from multiple popular cultural outlets, Keri starts a believable, relatable, and compelling refreshing fantasy series that becomes its own tale of Origo. Full of unique dragons, magic, good versus evil, sadness and hope, I was left wanting more!