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The Immortal Serpent

by K.E. Barron


Septemeber 15, 2017

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Always Forward; Never Back

From the award-winning author of the Eye of Verishten.


Jeth, cursed at birth, is forced to leave his homeland and find a place for himself in a world descending into war. Overnight, he goes from fervent soldier to desert thief who now must lie, cheat, and steal to survive in a hostile, foreign land alongside an enigmatic and sultry companion.


Across the ocean, Vidya undergoes a harrowing transformation into a winged weapon that will avenge her mother and save her island nation.


Their fates are entwined by the infamous Overlord of Herran. One is running from him, the other is hunting him. Neither can escape the Immortal Serpent.

About the Author

K.E. Barron wanted to be a writer her entire life but 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 works The Eye of Verishten and The Immortal Serpent. 

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Specs and Details

Title: The Immortal Serpent: Book 1 of the Bloodstone Dagger

Format: ebook, paperback, hardcover

Dimensions: 382 pages, 6.14 x 9.21 in, 166K words

Published: September 15, 2017

Publisher: Foul Fantasy Fiction

Language: English


The following ISBNs are associated with this title: 

ISBN (ebook) 978-1-989071-21-2

ISBN (hardcover) 978-1-989071-00-7

ISBN (paperback) 978-1-989071-21-2