Age of the Anathema Series

Five bloodlines… three kingdoms… one law… 

Long ago, magic pulsed through the very fabric of Eutopia. Now, it is a luxury enjoyed only by the Nobles of Schandrof… and the Anathemas. Considered unfit for healthy and safe societal fraternisation, Anathemas are fated to die by the Kuwaha Council. Their only crime: being born mixed-race. 

An epic tale of love, sacrifice, and man’s hostility towards the unfamiliar. 

Book 1: Tainted

Trouble is brewing on the Southern border of Sabato, and Regan Kalish must do whatever it takes to protect his family. Without his father’s inheritance ring, the Lepane Prince seeks work with a Kuwaha, Dioohn, to help his mother and save his great-grandfather.

He is reunited with Kayle, his childhood best friend, and the prodigious Sexa, as he uncovers the dark secrets about his bloodline and magical heritage. Secrets his family have tried to keep hidden, secrets that would change their lives as they know it, and the fate of the whole of Eutopia.

This could also make another great fantasy movie, or better yet a mini-TV series.

Tony Parsons

I’m glad that I picked this book out. I fell in love with the characters, and their dynamic personalities. 

Mossy Manul

The story steals into your essence like your consciousness in a dream, you can’t feel the ground beneath your feet, but you know you are there.

Chiedozie Omeje

Oh my God!!! I got the chills so many times towards the end of this book. It completely blew my mind. It managed to surpass my high expectations.

Sanskrity Jha

Overall, I liked the world-building, and the developments right at the start and at the end of the book…


Well written and amazing world building, would recommend to anyone who is looking for another fantasy novel to invest in.

Angel Lulu-Briggs

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