By Steven Savile
The oath is sworn beneath the shadows of dragon wings, binding the warrior forever — inside and outside of time — to the entity that demands his promise.
It is no mere promise.
It is binding with no end, even in death.
The entity has no interest in the dying warrior beyond what it can take from him.
It is an oath he is more than willing to pledge as he has no boys.
Still grieving the death of their father, Mael and Cullion, must face the grim truth, that their lives are not their own.
With nothing left to keep them in Eldrige, the brothers embark upon an odyssey that will take them well beyond the boundaries of their homeland. Walking in the footsteps of their father they will discover that the old man they’d known all of their lives was never who they imagined him to be. They must come to understand the horrors he faced on a battlefield far from home if they are ever going to find a way out of the pact he bound them to.
To survive they must become the one thing that goes against everything their father ever taught them to believe.
They must become Oathbreakers.
Or die trying.