If you don’t yet have the first book in my Dark Talents series, here’s a chance to see inside the book!
I’m providing the first two chapters of Book 1 as well as a nifty chart of the Talents (powers).
(Book 2, Serpent in the Heather, will be available on April 10.)
At the Table of Wolves
The concept of At the Table of Wolves: In 1936, when Talents have come into the world, a woman who is drawn into the shadow world of espionage uses her gift for hearing the truth to uncover a Nazi plot to subdue England with a mysterious power over ice and cold. It’s Foyle’s War with a female hero and psi powers both subtle and scary.
REVIEWS: Kenyon’s finely tuned historical atmospherics and her sure-handed development of even minor characters make this novel a superb adventure, worthy to launch a distinguished historical fantasy series. — Publisher’s Weekly, starred review
I came to this with high expectations, having read Kenyon’s brilliant The Entire and Rose four book sequence. Once again, Kenyon knocked it out of the park. This is a wonderful novel for many reasons – it tells a full story in and of itself and also sets a foundation for many stories to be told. . . . Highly recommended. — SFF World
At the Table of Wolves is a remarkable bit of alt-history. — B&N Sci-Fi & Fantasy Blog