Shades of Light: Age Of Magic - A Kurtherian Gambit Series

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The Truth will set you free, but what happens when the Truth is a Lie?

Rhona and her paladin brother Alastar belong to a holy people who have waged war on witches and warlocks and their clans from the highlands. 

But when she uses magic to save his life, their world is thrown upside down. On the run, having left all they knew behind they have to rely on those who hate Paladins. 

All magic is evil, the High Paladin taught... But Alastar starts to understand that he might have been mislead.

If his sister uses magic, and she isn't evil...what does that mean for his beliefs?

Brother and sister soon find themselves aligned with magic users and thrown in with the clans in a war against sorcerers and paladins alike, with only one hope of uniting the land--the legendary Sword of Light. It was lost years ago, and quest after quest by the holy paladins could not retrieve it.

When you know the truth about magic... anything is possible.

Set on the foundation laid by the Kurtherian Gambit Series, Shades of Light tells an entirely new story in the Age of Magic--and of the heroes and villains who battle for control of its destiny.

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Title:Shades of Light: Age Of Magic - A Kurtherian Gambit Series
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  • Karen Stingel

    I actually have the complete (HM) series, but have just completed reading Shades of LightExcellent, in keeping with previous books I've read in the Kurtherian Universe. Can't wait to continue the stor...

  • Frank Bertino

    Yin Yang SiblingsRhona and Alastar are strongly connected by love as brother and sister. So when she uses magic to save him during a fight, they are both confused and frightened since this is against ...

  • Mark Smiles

    Awesome series startWow! What an opening book to lead the series with!I carefully allude to comparing prayer to magic as a modern comparative analogy in the world of our current society as the author ...

  • Donna

    Was interested, but not enough to continue reading this venue. I tried it out and found the story itself exciting, but the writing not so great. I will continue the series and hope to find it gets bet...

  • Holly Lenz

    A fun fantasy adventureShades of Light: Age of Magic is a fun fantasy adventure that would feel right at home in the dark ages, but actually takes place in a dystopian future. The story is entertainin...

  • Lois Alston

    Outstanding writingThis is a surprising great story. I am anxiously waiting for the next book. Full of excitement, discovery, innocence, and awakening, everything you could want in a good book, includ...

  • Nancy Phy

    Got to love magicI just love a great fantasy with wonderful characters, lots of magic and a great storyline. Only one problem....I hate for the story to end. If you like great fantasies with lots of m...

  • Dtesvbos

    I find the powerful magical girls love interest (a man of unknown age and a daughter) to be so unlikely it's a deal breaker for me. For some reason the authors of these series like to write in inappro...

  • Brenda Barcome

    A hidden gemLove the characters interaction etc . also story line. Having read all the kurithian books to date sorry spelling?? Its easier to see chrono!logically where this story is taking p!lace. Al...

  • Micheal

    I love a book with a good magic system and this one didn’t disappoint. The character development is good for the first part in the series and the action is paced well. Definitely going to continue i...