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Title: The World Breaker Requiem (#2 Adjacent Monsters)

Author: Luke Tarzian

Published: 21st of December 2021

Format: Digital – 219 pages

Hello Hello! How are you?

Today I am bringing you a spotlight post for The World Breaker Requiem by Luke Tarzian which is currently on #BlogTour with Dave and the team over at @The_WriteReads.

I really liked the sound of this book, and I’m looking forward to reading this series as soon as I have more time. As a sidenote, the author has explained that both books in this duology can be read separately, and in whichever order, but when I do get a chance to pick them up, I will read The World Maker Parable first!

As always, thank you to Dave for having me on this tour, and thank you to the author for my free copy, which I will read and review at some point this summer.

Now without any further ado, let’s get into the spotlight!


Prince of Woe…

Avaria Norrith is the adopted heir to the Ariathan throne. But that means little to a man who, for the better part of fifteen years, has sought and failed to earn his mother’s love. Fueled by pride and envy, Avaria seeks the means to prove himself and cast away his mental chains. When he’s tasked with the recreation of The Raven’s Rage he sees his chance, for with the infamous blade he can rewrite history and start anew.

Daughter of the Mountain…

Erath has not felt sunlight for a century. Not since Ariath condemned her people to a life of darkness with their misuse of The Raven’s Rage. But when an old friend comes seeking the remnants of the ancient sword, Erath cannot contain her curiosity and resolves to lend her aid. Is it true—can history be revised? Can her people be reclaimed?

Toll the Hounds…

They are hungry—and they are here.


Luke Tarzian was born in Bucharest, Romania. His parents made the extremely poor choice of adopting him less than six months into his life. As such, he’s resided primarily in the United States and currently lives in California with his wife and their twin daughters. Somehow, they tolerate him.

Unfortunately, he can also be found online and, to the dismay of his clients, also functions as a cover artist for independent authors.

Luke’s Links: WebsiteTwitterGoodreadsFacebookAmazon

That’s all for now, I hope you enjoyed reading this post.

See you soon, stay safe,

Ellie xx

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