We set up a deluxe book tour for epic fantasy “The Agartes Epilogues”. The tour runs from April 5 to June 5.
April 5th: Starter Day Party @ I Heart Reading
April 7th: Book Excerpt @ I’m an Eclectic Reader
April 10th: Book Review “Jaeth’s Eye” @ Read Day and Night
April 12th: Book Excerpt @ Bedazzled Reading
April 14th: Author Interview @ Two Heartbeats
April 17th: Book Excerpt “Jaeth’s Eye” @ Indy Book Fairy
April 20th: Book Review “Aina’s Breath” @ Read Day and Night
April 23rd: Book Excerpt @ Books are Forever
April 26th: Book Excerpt @ Books, Dreams, Life
April 28th: Author Interview @ Majanka’s Blog
April 30th: Book Review “Sapphire’s Flight” @ Read Day and Night
May 2nd: Book Review “Jaeth’s Eye” @ I Heart Reading
May 4th: Book Excerpt @ Cassidy Crimson’s Blog
May 6th: Book Excerpt “Jaeth’s Eye” @ Laura’s Interests
May 8th: Guest Post @ Editor Charlene’s Blog
May 10th: Book Review “Aina’s Breath” @ I Heart Reading
May 12th: Book Excerpt @ Bookaholic Ramblings
May 14th: Book Review “Jaeth’s Eye” @ Renaissance Writer
May 16th: Book Excerpt “Jaeth’s Eye” @ T’s Stuff
May 18th: Character Interview @ The Book Daily
May 20th: Book Excerpt “Sapphire’s Flight” @ Just Books
May 22nd: Book Excerpt @ Bookish Madness
May 24th: Book Review “Sapphire’s Flight” @ I Heart Reading
May 26th: Author Interview @ The Single Librarian
May 28th: Book Excerpt “Sapphire’s Flight” @ Silver Dagger Scriptorium
June 2nd: Book Excerpt “Aina’s Breath” @ Laura’s Interests
About the Books
Series Title: The Agartes Epilogues
Author: K.S. Villoso
Genre: Epic Fantasy
It has been years since his brother’s accident. Kefier was only just beginning to live a normal life–at least, as normal as it could get for a mercenary from a run-down town. And then an errand goes wrong and he finds himself holding his friend’s bloody corpse. Already once branded a murderer, he is pursued by men he once considered friends and stumbles into the midst of a war between two mages. One bears a name long forgotten in legend; the other is young, arrogant Ylir, who takes special interest in making sure Kefier is not killed by his associates. The apex of their rivalry: a terrible creature with one eye, cast from the womb of a witch, with powers so immense whoever possesses it holds the power to bring the continent to its knees.
Now begins a tale with roots reaching beyond the end of another. Here, a father swears vengeance for his slain children; there, a peasant girl struggles to feed her family. A wayward prince finds his way home and a continent is about to be torn asunder. And Kefier is only beginning to understand how it all began the moment he stood on that cliff and watched his brother fall…
Enosh, apprentice to one of the richest merchants in the Kag, is secretly heir to a broken line of mages. Because of The Empire of Dageis’ quest for sources of the agan–the life-source that mages use for power–his people have been reduced to scavengers, his culture diminished to a speck in the wind. For more than ten years, he has helped raise a conjured beast to use as a weapon against the Dageians. But Enosh’s plans are falling apart. A powerful enemy has escaped and Enosh needs to capture him before he reaches Dageis. His quest is further complicated after he finds himself used as a pawn by Gasparian nobles.
On the other end of the continent, Sume, daughter to a Jin-Sayeng hero, must return to her roots to save her country and bring honour to her father’s name. To do this, she must befriend a prince and understand the terrible, corrupting nature of power and the reason her father was driven to walk away from it all those years ago…
Meanwhile, Kefier, Enosh’s agan-blind brother, is forced back into a life of violence. As he struggles with the notion that hands, once bloodied, never stay clean for long, he finds himself occupied with an unexpected burden: his own brother’s daughter.
The battle at Shi-uin has left scars. The rise of Gorrhen yn Garr to power seems unstoppable. As nations fall, the lines between love and duty become blurred and Kefier, Sume, and Enosh must learn to live with the choices they have made.
K.S. Villoso was born in a dank hospital on an afternoon in Albay, Philippines, and things have generally been okay since then. After spending most of her childhood in a slum area in Taguig (where she dodged death-defying traffic, ate questionable food, and fell into open-pit sewers more often than one ought to), she and her family immigrated to Vancouver, Canada, where they spent the better part of two decades trying to chase the North American Dream. She is now living amidst the forest and mountains with her family, children, and dogs in Anmore, BC.