Feature – Dagger and Scythe by Emilie Knight

A fun feature today for those who love the undead and a dark fantasy!

DAGGER AND SCYTHE – Emilie Knight (Releasing in October of this year!)

Dagger&Scythe

Here’s the synopsis:

Dagger and Scythe spent good decades together, stalking human prey, and taking out
targets the god Maniodes deems worthy. With one hundred years under her belt, Scythe is
comfortable, and takes incredible enjoyment in her skill. Dagger is new to the undead order, but he’s relishing in the work. The two of them together set beautiful bonfires, with the occasional corpse inside.

After enjoying each other’s time a little too much, an entire village burns. Maniodes is
sick of their rogue behavior. Regular punishments haven’t worked on either of them, so he tries something new: marrying them to each other. To keep each other in line or they’ll both end up properly dead.

Both have grown tired of the god’s odd punishments and lazy control, taking over his
throne, and the land of the dead, should fix things.

Her scythe is perfectly curved for slicing.
His dagger, made of folded steel, is ready to strike.

But are they strong enough to take on gods?

About the Author:

Emilie Knight is a constant writer, and author of her debut Era of Undying. After years of reading fantasy and horror she combines them together into her own dark fantasy writing. Using her BA in Classical Civilizations and fascination in Ancient Greek mythology she blends it well into her fiction. Other then reading in her spare time she plays video games quiet often.

Author Links:

Amazon  –  Goodreads  –  Facebook  –  Twitter

Instagram  –  Website

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