King’s Dark Tidings Book 1

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  • Jordan Severson
    Posted at 14:44h, 11 June Reply

    Yes I would like the KDT in paper on my bookshelf! Listening to book three but hope the story continues on for many more books!

  • Tomas Mario Franco
    Posted at 09:45h, 26 December Reply

    How many books are going to be in the series?
    Is book 5 the last, or are there going to be several more?

  • Hugh Brown
    Posted at 14:03h, 18 February Reply

    Please publish in paper

    • Kel Kade
      Posted at 18:23h, 25 July Reply

      KDT will be available in paperback when the release of book 5 nears.

  • Jack
    Posted at 17:45h, 18 December Reply

    I have read this book, and it is one of the best books i have ever read. My only problem though: why have you not published this in an actual handheld book?

    • Evelyn
      Posted at 07:15h, 01 July Reply

      Agreed!

  • colton
    Posted at 14:04h, 27 February Reply

    when does this take place? 1400’s, 1500’s, 1600’s

    • Kel Kade
      Posted at 19:08h, 28 February Reply

      These books are based in a fantasy world. The presence of magic has affected their understanding of nature, medicine, technological development, etc. Although it is a medieval style society, it would not be considered historically accurate to any time period.

  • Derek Hartwig
    Posted at 20:15h, 28 November Reply

    I wish there was a complete list of the “Rules” Rezkin operates under….

    • Michael Buendia
      Posted at 18:41h, 19 July Reply

      Yes, please! I’ve read this series well over ten times now and would absolutely buy a copy of Rezkin’s rules. It would hang as a dominant show piece in my library.

      If you would allow me to be so bold as to make make a suggestion – poster sized and “hand written” age/era specific script (calligraphy?) would be great. Maybe with Rezkin’s blades framing the text and/or other KDT iconography (i.e. raven tattoos or elven imagery from Caellurum)

      Additionally, the copy of the rules could be released along with the paper copy edition of KDT Book 1 as part of the marketing campaign. That would be a great tie in as additional advertising to help boost sales.

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