Seven hundred years ago, in the fantasy world of K’run, the thousand-year-old city of Ephelion fell. Its greatest defender, an immortal warrior named Erin, also disappeared that day. No one has ever known what happened to him.
On present-day Earth, Nina, a young high school student, is interested in a moody, withdrawn teenager. Her investigation takes her far beyond anything she could have expected when, transported into a magical universe she knows nothing about, she finds herself alone and held prisoner. Unwittingly, she has become a major piece in a kingdom-wide chess game and a major stake for two players in a game whose rules are made to be improvised.
Wars, revolts, trickery, manipulation and stabbings… Their influence seems to know no bounds.
Christelle Rousseau was born in the Paris region in 1974. She has three sons and has been living in the South of France for almost ten years. She loves writing, history and criminology and has become skilled in the art of chiselling stories into well-crafted, surprising and highly addictive novels.
Key Sales Points
– An introduction to investigation for a young girl, set loose in a world she knows nothing about. A story any teenager can relate to.
– A world where nothing is clear-cut, with no straightforward distinction between good and bad characters.
– A mature story which adults will enjoy as much as teenagers.