The epic Harbinger of Doom saga continues in Gods of the Sword, the exciting sixth volume in the series.
Frem Sorlons' grandmother warned him about the Black Elves. They're otherworldly, evil imps, devoid of morals or conscience; and they'll kill you, as soon as they look at you, she'd say. Until he reached Jutenheim, he never thought he'd meet one outside of her wild stories. He never even thought that they were real. But then one night, the Black Elves came calling and threatened to take not only Frem's life, but also his immortal soul.
With his parents and older brothers gone, the only things that Ector Eotrus have left are his Dor and his life. But they're coming to take both. The only question is, who will get there first: the Alders or the trolls?
Lord Torbin Malvegil is going to war. War with the Shadow League. War with the Black Hand assassins. And war with the Duergar. Each is a war he cannot hope to win. Each is war he cannot survive.
Artol has won most every fight he's been in these last 25 years. On the Isle of Evermere, that streak will come crashing to an end. An end from which only the god of lightning can hope to save him.