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The Eye of Verishten by K.E. Barron
Bear Hill Publishing


A gripping tale of intrigue, with a fresh new take on a magical world.

— Booklist, Starred Review


Winner of the silver 2018 IPPY silver medal for Best SciFi -Fantasy - Horror E-Book.


Nazi Germany meets Kingsglaive, meets Harry Potter… sort of…




For thousands of years, Golem Mages ruled the volcanic mountain ranges of Ingleheim, but when Herrscher Heinrich declared himself Führer, he took measures to ensure he would be the last with the power to bend golems to his will. 


Twenty years later, his regime uncovers the resting place of an Alpha Golem with the power to burn the life force out of anyone caught in its destructive gaze. Katja, a passionate Golem Expert, is tasked with helping bring the Alpha under the Führer’s control. She is determined to keep it out of his murderous hands and has no choice but to team up with a nameless and faceless soldier, trained in the efficiently ruthless discipline of Steinkamp. A word synonymous with death.


The pair challenge immense power, but their most trying task is learning how to trust in a world where everyone is afraid of you—or wants to kill you.

Title: The Eye of Verishten

Format: ebook, paperback, hardcover

Dimensions: 420 pages, 6.14 x 9.21 in, 160K words

Published: July 1, 2017 (hardcover Aug 2018)

Publisher: Foul Fantasy Fiction

Language: English


The following ISBNs are associated with this title: 

ISBN (ebook) 978-1-989071-04-5

ISBN (hardcover) 978-1-989071-03-8

ISBN (paperback) 978-1-989071-02-1

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Fantasy author, K.E. Barron

K.E. Barron

K.E. Barron wanted to be a writer her entire life, but she chose to be an accountant instead. Now she divides her time between writing books and balancing them. She grew up in Fernie, British Columbia and now lives in Red Deer, Alberta, working as a financial analyst and writing fantasy books in her spare time. Her interests are vast and varied, ranging from the aesthetics of eighteenth-and nineteenth-century period pieces to the scholarly realms of evolutionary psychology, anthropology, economics, and religion. These eclectic inspirations are all part of the magic and cultural realism of her fantasy novels.

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