Accession is nearly finished, and if you follow the Harbinger Chronicles Blog, you will know that Accession is the third book in the Harbinger Chronicles Series and promises to answer those questions that have been plaguing you for months. What happened at the end of Retribution? Is Prince Alexander going to be able to deal with his demons in Accession?
The Harbinger and Retribution are the first two books in the series and if you haven’t read either of them, order today as you will want to make sure you get an up close and personal view of the three-dimensional characters that talented author Christopher Huntingford has created.
Unlike some fantasy fiction novels, The Harbinger, Retribution, and the yet to be released Accession, reveal interesting and intriguing characters that have depth. Christopher Huntingfords characters are good, evil, and everything in-between. Emma is one of those characters.
In The Harbinger, Emma is introduced as a freckled faced young girl who returns in Retribution as a slave who was taken from her family’s island. The one time Princess owes her life to Prince Alexander who is uncomfortable to say the least. However, it is older brother Prince Calimus who finally convinces him that Emma is who she says she is. In Retribution, you will see Emma become a ward of Prince Alexander, but what will happen in Accession?
If you have been following The Harbinger Chronicles Blog, you will remember that there isn’t much brotherly love between Prince Alexander and Prince Mattias. The two have never gotten along, but when Prince Mattias is appointed Regent after the death of Crown Prince Edward and Mattias throws Alexander an, “Olive Branch,” the dynamics change.
What will happen to Prince Alexander once he begins working side by side with a man that he doesn’t trust? Will Prince Mattias keep his word and stay a peaceful Kingdom or will he begin to attack other cities without provocation?
Accession is coming and if you aren’t caught up, now is your chance. Purchase The Harbinger and Retribution today.