Fran Jacobs lives in the UK and graduated from the University of Nottingham with a Masters degree in Ancient History in 2001. She now lives in Swansea where she runs an online gothic website, Megaera's Realm. Fran mostly writes fantasy, with a penchant for the darker side of it, and her stories have been published in a variety of magazines including Forgotten Worlds, Nanobison, Chaos Theory: Tales Askew, Neo-opsis, Alien Skin, Dred, Art and Prose and a Tangled Script of Intangible Soul Engravings. 

You can read more about her past achievements and future projects on her website:   

http://www.franjacobs.com 

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    For generations the prophets have foreseen the birth of the Shadow Seer, an oracle of dark visions and fallen kingdoms.


    For generations the prophets have foreseen the birth of the Shadow Seer, an oracle of dark visions and fallen kingdoms. In the time of the Sorron's rule as King of Carnia, the legend and warnings are known only to a handful of scholars. When the king's grandson falls deathly ill, the Seer's legends are brought to light once again by Prince Candale's saviour, a witch named Mayrila. She not only believes Candale to be the the fulfillment of long-forgotten prophecies but the Shadow Seer himself...


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    For generations the prophets have foreseen the birth of the Shadow Seer, an oracle of dark visions and fallen kingdoms.


    Prince Candale has discovered the truth about himself. He is the Shadow Seer, foretold prophet of dark visions and fallen kingdoms. The witch Mayrila tried to teach him control but she lay dead, struck down by Candale's own hand. The ever-watching shadow has begun to speak with him, urging him to go to the Seer's Tower in the kingdom of Idryan. What he learns there will change everything. The shadow promises rewards for obedience...and severe punishment if he refuses. Does the voice of the shadow belong to the demon Ellenessia and therefore he must obey? Or does it presage the beginnings of Candale's foretold descent into madness?


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