Narasumas needs help. She needs the best tracker in the region to find a murderer. The criminal must be punished in the name of the gods that Narasumas serves.
Enter Appelonia, a cleric who no longer has a deity. But “Apple” still has the skills taught to her by her ranger mother, including the ability to find those who try to hide.
Unfortunately, the godless cleric refuses to aid Narasumas. Appelonia is honor bound to help a mercenary called Ophelia find an exiled warrior and right a wrong that has had years to fester.
But Narasumas cannot be rejected. She must find the killer before the equinox in two days. Before the gods punish Narasumas and destroy the entire city for her failure.
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Average rating from 21 members
Woah, this for sure a very quick read! It doesn’t even take 30 minutes for me to finish it. So, if you’re looking for a quick and easy read this is the place to go! I really enjoyed it overall from the art to the characters and more. I love the diversity in species. I also loved the personalities in the characters. It was overall a joy ride. One I could read over and over again. So, I would like to thank the publisher for giving a ARC of this to read.
Appealing images combine with a high fantasy story. I would gladly recommend this book for comic book fans.
Great artwork. Very fun and exciting adventure. I loved the characters so much, it was probably my most favorite thing about it.
A great start of a story in which our characters coming from different backgrounds need to join forces to capture a murderer. With an exciting mystery story and beautiful graphics we embarque in a quest full of dangers and mytery and some big toothed bunnies.
For a fantasy indie comic, this wasn't too shabby. The art was a bit amateurish in places, but overall some nice world building in a typical Dungeons & Dragons type setting. I'd read more and may check out the author's prose novels this spins out of.