⚔️⚡️KDT4 Cover Reveal!⚡️⚔️​

  • Reyna
    Posted at 23:11h, 23 June Reply


    I love your books! I spend quite a few days, for hours, every week in my car and your audiobooks are literally my “go-to” books to listen to when I’m tired of listening to others. I have listened to them well over a dozen times each. I cannot wait until the book is available in both formats. And hopefully Nick Podehl will lend his voice once more because at this point it would truly be a travesty if someone else does. Can’t wait to discover more of the world you’re creating around Rezkin.

    So here’s a toast to book four, Kingdoms and Chaos! May it not be even close to the last book and just as delightful as those that came before it!


  • Derek Larson
    Posted at 03:05h, 22 June Reply

    So excited to get reading!!!!

  • Jean
    Posted at 20:37h, 21 June Reply

    I love, love this Series, I hope book 4 is not the end to the series. I am sure it is not there is to much chacter development and plots to be resolved. I like the new chacters introduced in Book 3. Still do not understand why Palis in died in Book 2, but hope at some point he is resurrected.

    • Reyna
      Posted at 23:10h, 23 June Reply

      For Jean,

      “Not too much character development”? Are you sure we were reading the same book? You need to go back and reread the book because you weren’t paying attention. Finding out the truth about Rezkin, finding Cael and all the mysteries associated with that are causing character development. Pallis’s death caused character development.

      Speaking of Pallis, his death while sad was not unexpected. In fact it was quite predictable. Think about the characters on the ship, all but Pallis, Sheila, and a couple soldiers have no real role among them. Pallis least of all. His major contribution to story was as Malcius’s and Sheila’s brother. Granted, he could have become more in Cael, but it always felt as if his character was meant to die at some point in the story. To cause grief, to make the others think more deeply, therefore causing character development on an emotional level. As for resurrection, remember that he was buried at sea. I don’t think you would like how that would play out. In my opinion, his soul has moved on.

      As for the cover, it’s awesome! Rezkin has in essence “come out of the closet” in relation to being the True King of Ashai and Cael to certain people. Books one and three are darker and shadowed, depicting the Raven more. Books two and four are lighter and revealing him as the Warrior King. I personally like that the covers are representing the duality of his most prominent identities. His hair is still black, his eyes are still blue, his skin is still pale. The lightning and warm tone of the picture is just causing a little imbalance for you. All you’re seeing is the warm light reflecting off the natural highlights in his hair. As for his skin tone, it’s the same as the rest of the picture, it doesn’t mean that he’s gotten a dark tan. And zoom in on the eyes, you can see a blue tint. Calm down everyone.

      If I’m wrong about some of my opinions, Kade you are most welcome to tell me otherwise.


  • Jean
    Posted at 19:39h, 21 June Reply

    The art work is very well done but not true to the description of the Rez. You described the Rez as very tall, a warrior’s build, pale skin with very black hair and blue eyes. If the cover for the new book is the cover revealed it does not do justice the the Rez as described by you.

  • Rose
    Posted at 14:08h, 21 June Reply

    All praises to the “Writer God of the Sky.” Kel has awakened and is sticking to what he knows best – Rezkin. I got a little worried for a minute there. I’m looking forward to your next installment. I’m a voracious reader, so 1,000 pages are just fine with me. Take care and keep coming up with that prose.

  • Sudhir
    Posted at 23:28h, 19 June Reply

    Is the book and audiobook planned to release at the same time. I hope he is not delaying the book release till the audiobook is ready. Too many authors do that now a days.

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