Devoid of Grey –

10 thoughts on “Devoid of Grey

  1. says:

    Excellent book

  2. says:

    Interesting story It was downloaded a certain way that sometimes made it difficult 2 read and 2 distinguish which character was talking or thinking something Unique names that I had 2 try and keep straight, that made reading the story sometimes confusing.

  3. says:

    Fast readThis book kept my interest the whole way through I would recommend it and read again Could not stop until I finished

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Devoid of Grey They see only black and white, devoid of grey And, into this flawed dualism, they drag the world Now, a quarter of the haggard populace must fight, flee, or die when their own home declares them wicked and demands their death Within this dark epic fantasy, the largest church of a medieval like empire condemns a minority church as evil Soon, a soldier struggles with orders to kill, as he must decide if what is right can change by Church decreeA normal townswoman must fight as her people are sentenced to death in the empire where they ve lived all their livesFar away, two men from conflicting nations attempt to forge a relationship while trying to forge an allianceFarther still, an elf boy sees the destruction of his peaceful home for nothing but a would be weaponFinally, a small nation must call on the Dark for help when the Light betrays themThroughout the world of Perdinok, a range of people have their lives upended as unrest turns to civil war and turns to war on other nations In the end, the sanctimonious empire unearths an ancient power that threatens all Only a Demoness can put things right, but she holds her own agenda

  • Kindle Edition
  • 427 pages
  • Devoid of Grey
  • Jeremiah Cain
  • English
  • 23 February 2018

About the Author: Jeremiah Cain

Jeremiah Cain is an epic fantasy writer creating a gripping world of rich cultures wherein sword and sorcery collide He served as an army medic and has a BA in Communication with a minor in English His current day job as a photojournalist takes him to everything from active crime scenes and fires to art shows and galas In addition to reading and writing, he loves video games, particularly RPGs Connect with him at