The Papilion must decide whether to destroy the one with the power to destroy Marathana forever, or take the more difficult path: choose to forgive.
“Love…can destroy, it can build, or it can do both at once…”
With the Papilion’s whereabouts unknown, the Shadow pursues its plan for Marathana’s destruction. In control of the Northern tribes and strengthened by allies in the Deep Southernlands, the Shadow prepares to unleash its ultimate weapon, the berserker.
Jeru’s sudden reappearance reveals the presence of a powerful, new will at work. Blessed by the Lightbearer and supported by a ragtag group of survivors and unexpected allies, Jeru prepares to lead the small army into enemy territory.
As war breaks, Kelen and Jeru clash one last time. One seeks to destroy, the other to save. The strongest will prevail, sealing Marathana’s ultimate fate.
“This trilogy has been a journey to a fantasy world of Marathana and the trouble and unrest between the Northlands and the Southlands. At the heart of it all are the main characters Jeru and Kalen. Both on opposite sides with a link between them that is very surprising. Dyane Forde has written the trilogy in such a way that I always wanted more. Now that the trilogy has ended I am surprised how attached to the main characters. Jeru who has always been my favourite in book one ‘The Purple Morrow ‘ and book two ‘Wolf’s Bane’ but in Berserker Kalen surprises me with his transformation right to the very end. I cannot say more without spoilers but the end of the trilogy is totally fitting. Read it and find out.”