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In The Ebon Knight by James Wood, readers are thrust into a gripping tale where the lines between good and evil blur as Kelso Hart, an outcast Knight of the Light, and Ava Pentran, the youngest Princess of the Dark, forge an unlikely alliance against a menacing third power in the Eternal Conflict. As the wielder of the sentient sword Argenta, Kelso embodies a grim legacy of cursed Knights, while Ava, exiled and hunted, relies on her formidable battle prowess and a secret tied to the Furies. The duo must confront a new and insidious threat—a virus that transforms the infected into malevolent beings, indiscriminately targeting both Light and Dark. As Kelso and Ava grapple with their own wounds and disillusionment from the ongoing war, their journey becomes a test of trust and survival.
James Wood weaves a spellbinding narrative in a world of magic and madness in this urban fantasy. The Ebon Knight delves into the complexities of character, challenging preconceived notions of heroism and villainy. Wood's narrative prowess shines as he explores the evolving dynamics between Kelso and Ava, inviting readers to question the true nature of the Eternal Conflict. A thrilling blend of fantasy and suspense, this first installment in the Ebon Knight Chronicles promises an enthralling exploration of alliances forged in the crucible of chaos. The world-building and unique characters add so much depth to the story that readers may not want to put this one down. The Ebon Knight is a highly recommended read for fans of the urban fantasy genre.