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About DaVaun Sanders
DaVaun Sanders has resided in Phoenix, Arizona since 2002, where the local spoken word community fostered his passion to pursue writing novels and screenplays. The World Breach series began as a dream vivid enough to play like a movie trailer. Deciding to write the debut novel took some time, as it wasn't part of "The Plan," but when the housing market collapse forced DaVaun's small design firm under in 2008, he decided to step away from architecture and plunge into writing full-time. He's currently loving every minute as an indie publisher. Sanders is a proud husband and father of twins.
The Seedbearing Prince: Part I has reached as high as #1 on Amazon's genre lists for Science Fiction and Epic Fantasy, and remains a perennial favorite in the top 100 downloads. His short screenplay Vault of Souls won the Grand Prize in Phoenix Comicon's 2014 Short Script Competition, with a scene shot in Phoenix which debuted at a 2015 Phoenix Comicon panel.
DaVaun's most recent release is The Course of Blades, the third of six books in World Breach, and he is hard at work on completing Dayn Ro'Halan's epic adventure. Follow him on Twitter @davaunwrites or like his Facebook page for updates and giveaways!
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Suraldisha is a woman who has lost everything but a tiny pouch of bones and an all-consuming need for revenge. She is one of hundreds streaming into the city, hoping to offer their bodies as vessels for phage in service of the Matriarch. But she is hiding more than seething hatred and a fish knife in her sun robes.
Will she get close enough to the Matriarch to carry out her plan? And what does justice look like in a world where power is drawn from the suffering of so many?
Doubt over Dayn's unpredictable power festers upon the Ring. The captured Thar'Kuri Crusos vows that the Seed will bring death and ruin to all Dayn touches, and the Ringmen Nassir and Lurec secretly fear the voidwalker's warnings will prove true.
Wracked by guilt over the people left behind on Nemoc, weary of the Lord Ascendant's endless plotting and fearful of the darkness spreading through the Seed, Dayn abandons the Ring to unite the worlds in his own way and prove his powers are whole. New friends and old twist Dayn's path as he confronts an inevitable question: can he use the Seed's power to heal the Breach?