Light of Eidon by Karen Hancock, a review

Abramm is calling himself Brother Eldrin, and all he wants is to be left alone by his family. But his family isn’t happy about it, not the least because it’s the royal family, and he’s now second in line to the throne. Soon Abramm discovers that the holy orders that have been his life for the past eight years are a front for evil people who want to use him as a puppet.

Free ebook for today: Light of Eidon by Karen Hancock

Light of Eidon by Karen Hancock, a Christy Award winner for fantasy in 2004, is our featured free ebook for today. You can get it on Kindle, where you can read it on the “cloud reader” without a Kindle device. One hundred seventy-five Amazon readers give it a composite of four out of five stars, the same ranking it gets on Goodreads with 688 readers.