The Gate of Fang and Thorn

Author: R. M. Garino
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Could you walk the Halls of Demons and live?

​Logan Fel’Mekrin and his cohort must survive three days in the Sur, the realm of darkness; where shrulks hunt them by the smell of their very souls.

​They walk the Sur to prove their worth in order to join the elite warriors of their kind, the fabled Elc’atar Guard.

​Problem is, Logan was rejected by the love of his life right before his trial. Now his mind is set on not returning from this epic hell.

​He encounters unlikely allies while he navigates the bloodthirsty terrain, but he’s not sure if they are real or just a figment of the netherworld.

​Logan and his squad mate Cormac sacrifice themselves by holding back hordes of beasts as the others escape safely to their home.

​The Gate of Fang and Thorn ominously shuts and they are left behind.

​That’s when mayhem, betrayal and death ensue.

Read Cait Marie’s full review of Gates of Galorath (book 1) here, Angels of Perdition (book 2) here, and Requiem’s Reach (novella 1) here!

~More About The Author~

R.M. Garino has been writing for most of his life. Since childhood, he has been fascinated with what The Story is, how it functions, its hidden depths, and the different masks it wears.

He is known for writing crisp, character driven fiction that reads like viewing a film. His world creation is vast and far reaching, yet his prose is organic and devoid of informational dumps. The characters are real, believable, and inspire both affection and compassion in the reader.

Garino has a Master’s in Literature and lives in the mountains of the east coast with his wife, three children, and all the characters still waiting their turn to speak. He is an avid brewer of beer and strong coffee, a voracious reader, an aficionado of fine cigars and single malt scotch, and is not nearly as obsessed with video games as his wife believes him to be. 

Website: https://www.rmgarino.com/
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