Dead or alive. Good or evil. Hero or fugitive.Gravedigger.Valo needs a particular solution to a particular problem. The human Claimfold and prigon Torzsi draw apart. War is promised in the West. The magi of Nagyevo are meddling with the dead.PerinMoreDead or alive. Good or evil. Hero or fugitive.Gravedigger.Valo needs a particular solution to a particular problem. The human Claimfold and prigon Torzsi draw apart. War is promised in the West. The magi of Nagyevo are meddling with the dead.Perin may be the answer Valo needs, if he doesnt get killed before he works out whats going on.
And then theres the chance that fate hasnt called him after all. The gods are nameless and silent. And the best laid plans have a way of going badly wrong.Enter the spade and sorcery world of Valo.Gravedigger follows Perin, an apprentice gravedigger. No friends, no culture, no future.And then a giant bull-man and his dead friend arrive. Kesairl the Prigon and Medrivar the undead king come seeking the services of Perin’s master, and shatter the insular world of his graveyard.GRAVEDIGGER’s landscape is a canvas for great events. From the Claimfold’s little towns to great Nagyevo City, all is most definitely NOT well.GRAVEDIGGER is about living people, dead people and living dead people.
It has corrupt mages, secret societies and ale-drinking anarchists.It’s also about brotherhood and resilience in the face of adversity. It questions the existence of fate and the motivations of the gods.Ah yes, and it also has a fair amount of bloody violence.If you’ve ever wondered what kind of hero wields a spade, then Perin’s story is one you should read.
GRAVEDIGGER is available through Amazon, on all kindle-supporting devices and as a paperback.Just search for the book title and the author’s name: Michael-Israel Jarvis.