A princess kidnapped by an evil wizard with an undead army, an emperor determined to get her back, a young hero sent to save her, along with a fairy guide…
But this princess is far from helpless, this emperor doesn’t wait on his throne for others to act, and this fairy may be even deadlier than the young man she’s guiding.
Sora, a young fairy from another land, discovers an army of undead about to be unleashed on the newly-united Krisvetan Empire. After failing to kill the wizard responsible, Sora agrees to help the Emperor’s wizards open a portal for her and Victor, a lone human hero, to try again. But magic is complex, and the portal will require Victor and Sora to pass through many alien worlds on their journey through time and space, with only each other for support.
Meanwhile, the Princess Mira finds herself the target of kidnappers led by a ruthless, nearly superhuman warrior. Mira doesn’t know who has kidnapped her or why, but she will make her captors regret messing with the daughter of Emperor Drago, the great warlord who united the Krisvetan Empire.
Drago isn’t one to sit idly and let others do the dirty work, either. With crucial information delivered by a lowly, but heroic, trooper named Stanis, the Emperor sets out with his army to defeat the wizard the way he knows best–through strategy and force of arms.
Follow Victor and Sora as they adventure across strange and dangerous worlds. Follow Mira as she battles her captors, one woman against a small army. Follow Stanis as he rides alongside the greatest warlord in Krisvet to fight an unstoppable army. This fairy tale is no bedtime story!
Krisvet: A Fierce Fairy Tale is an ongoing serial fantasy story, with new chapters released bi-weekly.
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William Spillman has been winning writing contests and reading history, fantasy, and sci-fi books since he was in elementary school. His biggest influences are David Drake and Lois McMaster Bujold. He also loves the non-fiction works of Bill Bryson and Larry Gonick, as well as various works of Rudyard Kipling.
William is 38 years old and lives in New Mexico, U.S.A. with his wife and son.