“You, my friend, are one of the greatest mass murderers this world has ever known. I congratulate you.”
Assassin, cultist, zealot; Everus Dragonbanner’s sole aim in life is to serve Xethorn — the evil god who enabled him to exact revenge on those who destroyed his life.
Satiated, but forever bitter, Everus does whatever is required by the high priest, and more importantly by his god who contacts him directly. Stalking through his unsavoury, grotesque, dark and dangerous world and accompanied by a grave robbing thief — who has his own agenda — he seeks the magical wards which will allow Xethorn to regain His supremacy.
Arrogant, charismatic and cold-hearted, Everus begins to realise that even his cynical view of people is not dark enough, as he eventually discovers the true extent to which he has been manipulated.
The Daemondamned Trilogy is a grimdark fantasy epic in which good is not pitched against evil, love does not triumph and loyalty is not rewarded.
Praise for Disciple of a Dark God:
‘An amazing take on a dark Fantasy story, Stays true to traditional Dungeons & Dragons but also puts a darker spin on it. One of my favourite books in the genre.’ – Dylan Williams
As penance for past deeds, Edmund Glasby grew up in Morecambe and studied Egyptian Archaeology at University College London and Archaeology and Anthropology at Oxford – Morecambe provided him with a better education. He started writing short fantasy/horror stories and eventually Disciple of a Dark God after finishing university. He is married with a five year old son who bears an uncanny resemblance to Damien Thorn from the 1976 film The Omen.