A Threat of Shadows

Genre: Fantasy
$3.99

For Fans Of

Lindsay Buroker, Narnia, Shannara,

Book Summary

There are decisions that can’t be unmade, paths that cannot be unchosen, choices that change us too much for us to ever change back.
In a desperate attempt to save his dying wife, Alaric has sacrificed everything. He’s abandoned his position as advisor to the Queen, he’s cast aside his role as a Keeper, he’s betrayed his deepest beliefs.
And still he has failed.  
Now he's found one last chance at a cure. Haunted by the choices he has made and surrounded by companions who have dangerous secrets of their own, he returns to the people and land he turned his back on.
But soon the quest to save his wife becomes entangled with a larger quest. Gathering shadows threaten the land, whispering of the return of a dark lord, thought to be defeated.
To fight this enemy, the world needs the Keeper Alaric used to be, not the broken man he has become.
Can he regain what he’s lost? Or do some choices change us too much for us to ever go back?
Alaric must decide or, in the face of all the growing shadows, it may be the darkness he carries within himself that destroys everything. 

A Threat of Shadows is the first book in The Keeper Chronicles, a new classic fantasy series by JA Andrews.
In a land of magic, elves, and the occasional dragon, an engaging adventure unfolds about what it means to reconcile who you are, with who you thought you’d be. A story of sacrifice, friendship, and the weight of our pasts. If you enjoy epic fantasy with a likable cast of characters, you’ll love this entertaining beginning to Andrews’ new series

Testimonials

"One of the best fantasy stories I have read in the recent times!" - Uma

"...has the distinction of being, so far, the best indie novel I’ve read." - Cameron

"...Packed to the brim with likable, multi-faceted characters." Firedancer

About the Author

JA Andrews is a writer, wife, mother, and unemployed rocket scientist. She doesn't regret the rocket science degree, but finds it generally inapplicable in daily life. Except for the rare occurrence of her being able to definitively state, "That's not rocket science." She does, however, love the stars.

She began writing stories and creating coloring books because these sorts of things need an outlet. And now good markers are a deductible business expense.

She spends an inordinate amount of time at home, with her family, who she adores, and lives deep in the Rocky Mountains of Montana, where she can see more stars than she ever imagined.

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