Two thousand years have passed since the epic explosion of the Valleur Throne. After employing the golden seat as a weapon, Torrullin enters the invisible realms and drags the Darak Or with him, thereby gifting the universe a time of peace. Now there are multiple signs of approaching doom plaguing worlds everywhere. A new threat rises on the cursed horizon. It is time for the Sleeper Sword to awaken. Torrullin is ready to return to Valaris, but cant exit the invisible realm without aid. Samuel is Torrullin's kinsman, and his fate is forged to the greatest sorcerer the cosmos has ever kwn. He swears to hold his hand out to Torrullin, to feel the blood of kin. The old players gather for a renewal of the fateful games. This time, however, the duel between a father and son will wound many, including Valla kin. Torrullin needs to build a relationship with his grandson Tannil, the new Vallorin, save Fay from hell, rescue Saska from captivity, and find the means to end Tymall. Their duel will reverberate throughout the universe. In an endless adventure of urgency and drama, the on-going saga of Torrullin's role as saviour is as a sharp as the sword he wields and as blunt as his acerbic tongue. Wherever he goes someone will be hurt. To love him is to be ruined, to hate him is to be ruined. Dreams of sacrifice haunt him. Perhaps true catharsis lies in the realm of dreams.
Elaina is a galactic and universal traveller and dreamer. When writing she puts into words her travels and dreams, because she believes there is inspiration in even the most outrageous tale. Born in South Africa, she grew up in the magical city and surrounds of Cape Town. After studying Purchasing Management and working in the formal sector as a buyer, she chose to raise and home-school her children. She started writing novels around 2002, moving from children's stories, poetry and short stories to concentrate on larger works. She lived with her family for some time in Ireland and subsequently in New Zealand. Returned now to South Africa, she realises the vibrancy of Africa has much to do with the inspirational side of her work. Something happens daily, something to shock, something to uplift ... and the colours and diversity of nature itself fires the imagination.