Of Thorns and Teeth |   Volume 1 Of The Fall Series

Of Thorns and Teeth | Volume 1 Of The Fall Series

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Ange Ackerman By Ange_Ackerman Completed

In an era where the drums of war echo over the Northern plains, when the arrival of the next Copper Moon brings about whispers of a shadowy threat, Nell Yngram is only concerned with struggling to make ends meet. 

Earning a living as a Lampgirl, and having serviced the Moreighs for the last couple of years, she yet dreams of being assigned to the family's ancestral home at Ashenlight. Despite talk of dark secrets plaguing the Samarna Palace, Nell only seeks to earn a good enough sum with which to send back to her family and allow her to return to them. 

At present, however, such a wish seems impossible. 

Yet when the former Baron passes away under unforseen circumstances, and his exiled son returns with a foreign bride-to-be, it seems that things certainly are about to change...

A story about intertwining lives and internal struggles, dark magic in a rapidly-changing society, and the acceptance of Fate.

| Rose Awards Winner |  Best Fantasy - People's Choice Award |

DarrenDean1 DarrenDean1 Oct 06, 2016
Wow you really laid out your preface chapters very professionally.  Really well done.
Nikolai_Watson Nikolai_Watson Nov 04, 2016
Sounds like me reading, to be honest. This is a nice start, @Ange_Ackerman.
meharrjdawg meharrjdawg Nov 16, 2016
I'm not going to lie, the amount of characters is hard to keep track of at this point. Who's the main protagonist?
JeanineCroft JeanineCroft Dec 10, 2016
So many characters already!!! Lovely prose, my dear. 😘❤️
Nikolai_Watson Nikolai_Watson Nov 04, 2016
...my inner fashionista is shoveling comfort-chocolate in her mouth while crying because of this guy's horrible taste 😂😂😂
SpaceAdventurer_11 SpaceAdventurer_11 Sep 22, 2016
Can I say amazing? Elegant? Outstanding? Superb? Because all of those words describe your writing thus far. Honestly, this part alone can suck a reader in. I wouldn't be surprised if this ended up on the big screen someday (and its only the first part!) Great job!