The Accursed Archer, Vol. 2 Relics of Gods and Heroes

GENERAL FANTASY

The Accursed Archer, Vol. 2
Relics of Gods and Heroes

L’Archer Maudit, Tome 2
Le Reliques des Dieux et des Héros

Agathe Roulot

FORMAT: 140 x 216
PAGES: 444
ILLUSTRATIONS: /
BINDING: Softcover
WORDS: 115 000 approx.
PRICE: 20.00 €
ALL RIGHTS AVAILABLE
PUBLICATION DATE: November 2016
PUBLISHER: La Plume et le Parchemin

The Work

Elenwë has been in the service of Ingör, god of the Underworld, as his Accursed Archer for two years – two years during which she has fought against the Shadows of the Dead every night – two years spent away from her own people with a dragon as her only companion.

One night, something happens to spoil her hunting. The Shadows are gathering in the Northern Lands as though in answer to a call. But from whom? Despite her duty, Elenwë decides to go and warn the queen. What
she finds in Eelenia, the capital, leaves her speechless: a war is underway.

Between personal worries and outside threats, will Elenwë find time to search for the Relics of the Gods and Heroes? There can only be peace between the gods and the elves if they are gathered together.

The Author(s)

Agathe Roulot is a French author who has loved Greek mythology and regional folklore since childhood. She took up reading fantasy and escapist literature before starting to write. She has a degree in Fine Art and is currently studying for a master’s degree in Education. For the last ten years or so, she has immersed herself in writing escapist fantasy novels which are still what she prefers. She is continuing to write the Accursed Archer series, among other work, while studying at university.

Key Sales Points

– A rich, well-crafted elven universe, an epic journey and a developed story, full of suspense and unexpected twists.
– The author is skilled at playing with the readers, offering unexpected twists and turnarounds that completely change the direction of the story. No matter how hard readers try to foresee what will happen, it is almost
impossible.
– A fluide, poetic and very pleasant style, making this novel somewhat addictive.