Demon Chains epic fantasy e-book novel released

Top Quote A killer stalks the streets of the city of Bond, and the master of shadows Kron Darkbow is called upon once more to enter a world of darkness and violence. End Quote
  • Columbus, OH (1888PressRelease) March 04, 2012 - Epic fantasy author Ty Johnston announces the official release of Demon Chains, a new e-book novel continuing the tales of Kron Darkbow, first introduced in the novel City of Rogues: Book I of The Kobalos Trilogy.

    Demon Chains is exclusively available at Amazon for the Kindle. It will be available for all major e-book formats in May 2012.

    In Demon Chains, a murderer is stalking the streets of the city of Bond. The killer leaves behind tortured and twisted bodies that have been ripped apart. No one is immune to the slayer's depredations, including children. Especially children.

    Kron Darkbow is a man not unfamiliar with violence and darkness. He operates in shadows and lives in a haunted asylum. It falls upon him to hunt down the killer, but he soon realizes a dark mage and demon are behind the horrible crimes. Kron only hopes he can put a stop to this evil pair before more innocents suffer.

    This installment of the adventures of Kron Darkbow includes thrills and mystery, alongside the darkest aspects of humanity. Readers of The Kobalos Trilogy and Ghosts of the Asylum will find another breathtaking story here.

    Praise for other novels featuring Kron Darkbow:

    City of Rogues: The story does not hesitate to unfold from the very beginning, and pulls absolutely no punches. Each line is placed with intention and importance (which is something I wish I could say for other writers), and when the seldom deviation does occur it doesn't leave the reader bored. -- Jesse Dedman, editor of Deadman's Tome magazine

    Road to Wrath: The same strengths from City of Rogues are in place in Road to Wrath. There is non-stop action, a bit of struggle with moral dilemmas, a dark theme of vengeance and justice, and then even more action. - author Brent Nichols

    Dark King of the North: This was the last book of the Kobalos Trilogy, so I was looking for everything to wrap up nicely. I think the author did this well. Most of the things I was hoping for at the end actually happened, so I was pleased with that as well. -- author Lauralynn Elliott

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