The first volume in the epic fantasy series Soulwoven.
    
    Litnig Jin has spent his life yearning for the power to weave the souls of the dead into magic. His brother Cole has spent his believing in nothing bigger than his own two hands.
    
    When a dragon sinks its claws into their nightmares, both of their lives will change forever.
    
    A dream of moving statues, shattered chains, and seething clouds of darkness sets the brothers on a journey into the unknown. A prince asks for their help. A necromancer hunts them. The bloom of first love gives Cole something to believe in.
    
    And as the brothers travel the world of Guedin seeking to prevent the hatred of a god from coming to life, Litnig learns that there are prices to pay for all power, and that the power he seeks may cost him more than he can possibly imagine.
    
    Soulwoven is a story of high fantasy, high adventure, and high soul searching in eight points of view, written with people between the ages of 15 and 30 in mind. 
    
    I love it, and I hope you will too.
    
    Edit: An updated version of Soulwoven is available commercially. Help me write more and buy a copy! The print book will look great on your shelf, I promise. :-)
    
    Favorite reader blurbs!
    
    "This is the finest piece of literary work I've read in months." - @yakotseal
    
    "Very very like a piece of steak" - @incipient
    
    "THIS BOOK IS SOOO DAMN AWESOME A.K.A COOOOOL" - @jewell122
    
    "Once it picks up it's impossible to put down." - @RonDoolin
    
    -JS
Great chapter, I really like how Litnig's dream is described. So many books I've read had characters remember every detail from their dreams; it's nice to see someone who's like me and forgets their dream details almost immediately. I look forward to reading more!
This is wonderful, best book I've read on here in a while. Very professionally done. I'm in love with this story already . 
I'm imaging the guy from "Necessary Evil and the Greater Good," if anyone's read that x)
Thanks. I'll still see to it. x3 The middle school I go to is a bit more lenient with books.
I'll be sure to ask. ;3 What is it rated? Do you think middle schools can get it?
This is amazing. Very professional and I love the concept. Great start, too. You've done a wonderful job. I hope to find this in my library someday.