The final chapter! Heroes gather, powers awaken, and Kalara recounts the finding of her true purpose. They will say she is a liar, but their folly is believing they could ever keep her silent.
With her efforts for Guild reform destroyed, the consequences fall on Kalara’s head. The executioner awaits with none to act on her behalf,…save for one. They would call this the Day of Black Sun, a day that would bring fear and hope to the people in turns.
Kalara’s world falls apart around her as her ideals are challenged by tragedy. Friends become enemies and the one person she could trust in the world is gone. But Fate isn’t finished with her yet…
Life goes on and Kalara struggles to find her place in the world. She cannot ignore the plight of those still trapped in a past she was liberated from, and yet, she must move forward through the cutthroat drudgery of the Guild if she is to have any future at all. Doubts in Ahrun’s purpose still plague her while the Guild has its own machinations in store.
Kalara ruminates on the role that Ahrun Vadras has played in her life and the kindness he has done her. But is it just an act, or will he betray her too? The Merchant Prince has plans, none of which are anything Kalara would have ever anticipated.
The years pass and Kalara grows ever stronger and independent under the tutelage of the eccentric Master Vadras. Her first expedition with him into the ruins of Lookshy will prove just how deep the bonds between them go, reminding them both of the sting of forgotten dreams and memories.
As a young slave, Kalara learned the price of comfort and trust. Now, a whole new part of her life begins under the ownership of the eccentric Ahrun Vadras, a Merchant Prince of Nexus. What secrets is he hiding in his library that a young, rebellious mind can't resist?
Whispers of The Uncrucified lie on the lips of every slave in Gem, Chiaroscuro, Nexus and beyond. She is Kalara Vadras, Chosen of the Unconquered Sun and bringer of the Eclipse.
Some say she is a murderer, an Anathema, a Deceiver. Others know the truth written in her own words and passed along to those who dare keep such a heretical tome in their possession. Read on, if you have the courage to see the world for what it really is.