It’s a suicide mission with only one purpose. The king wants Wulf Rome dead.
When General Wulf Rome gets his orders to chase the marauders into the fiery hell of the Gur al Krin desert, he knows the king has finally decided to eliminate his too-popular general. What he doesn’t count on is causing the apocalypse.
Somehow Wulf Rome survives both the marauders and the desert, but he ends up in a lost catacomb deep beneath the desert sands, where he finds a strange axe embedded in a massive, ancient wall. When he pulls it free, he unleashes a nightmare of epic proportions.
Now it looks like the apocalypse has come. Monsters and diseases plague the land. There is no defense, no enemy even to strike against.
Out of the chaos a mysterious stranger calling himself Lowellin appears. Lowellin claims to be immortal. He claims to be the world’s only hope. But the weapons he offers the land’s beleaguered defenders are dangerous and chaotic and Wulf Rome soon begins to doubt his true motives.
Thus does immortality sow the seeds of chaos…
“Author Eric T Knight masterfully combines both religion and tradition, clashing the two with magic and nature by building a world that is beautiful and unique, yet familiar and captivating. His powerful imagery of what is real and imaginary enthralls the reader, sucking them into each of the characters’ heads and letting them empathize with each of their perspectives. Wreckers Gate has a fascinating plot, unforgettable characters, and a vast world that readers can immerse themselves in … if you like Game of Thrones or Lord of the Rings, you will love this novel.” — B. Smart, We Said It Literary Reviews (McWood Publishing)