On the wings of the Messengers of the Goddess: “The Last Immortal Flight”

It all started with a dream. Or maybe I should say with a nightmare.
It was a night of three years ago, when I run into her, the Necromancer, in dream.
She was wicked, evil… And splendid. A splendor so intense that made her even more wicked. But besides that, the Necromancer knew the magic, an obscure and unstoppable magic, as unstoppable as her desider for power. The Necromancer was able to bring back the souls of the dead from the afterlife, forcing them to undertake an interdimensional journey from death to life to bring them back to where they once lived. Alive, in some ways, still and again; endowed with life, but deprived of any freedom. She was able not only to bring back the souls, but even to lock them up into a perpetual anastasis, a prison of suffering and punishment from which no one could escape.
And nobody, dead or living, would be able to stop her and to stop her magic.
So, I decided that the Necromancer would become a new character of The Chronicles of Mœrn Lan; yet her advent to Mœrn Lan would not be the only adversity in The Last Immortal Flight and of the following books. Together with the story of Fionnualla, who is now traveling towards the Kingdom of Vesper, but unexpectedly catapulted into the southern tumultuous territories of what once was the firm Kingdom of Drello Llion, the story of the young Gylaa will be told, heir to the Nihmrassian throne and forced to face an obscure disease coming from the past to corrode the thought of the King. Meanwhile in Druatah, Queen Loara, hoping to protect her people from the Necromancer, will take a misstep that will shake her figure of Sovereign and will lead to the emerging of endless Weaves of Blood against her.

“The Last Immortal Flight” is a story with horror features about strong and insecure characters, honest and corruptible, in an interlacement of landscapes and characters, cults and cultures with different shades.
“The Last Immortal Flight” is available in paperback and eBook versions on the major online shops (Amazon, AmazonKindle, IBS)! 🙂

Viljial Chnaal – May the Path be in your favour!


Ps: A special thanks to Fabio Cento and to the 100% Creative for the awesome graphics, and to the beautiful Alice Lussiana Parente who once again gave a face to the Drellonian Princess Fionnualla! 🙂



For whom will the ravens fly, when all the souls are taken?

After the arduous battle has bathed the Grey Mountains in blood, many people are hoping to find peace and serenity, yet something even darker has reached Mœrn Lan and is eager for conquests: a creature with the power to bring back the souls of the dead from the afterlife and force them to her will. The Druatahn Queen Loara tries to keep her people unaware of the upcoming danger, relying on the shrewdness and courage of the champion of the Crown Dærmi. Meanwhile, Fionnualla, the last descendant of the house of the Amaranth Sun and now in the southern territories of Drello Llion, runs into a wretched Governor who seems involved in business that could lead to a much worse disorder than that of the previous Age. But something else is moving in the North, and Princess Gylaa, in the frost of the northern kingdom of Nihmras, is struggling with an old disease that has corroded the thoughts of the King and seems to spur him to reckless actions.


“… The white fur of the mastiff was glittering with the vermillion of the lacerations of the fight, and strips of shredded meat were swinging from where the paw had been brutally ripped from him. Part of its ribs was exposed, and along the throat the dog bore a profound lesion of a blade. Dærmi saw the beast drag its coat of bowels and felt pervaded by an ardent sinister feeling. He clenched the hilt of his sword, looked the animal in its eyes, and noticed how little life they were emanating. These eyes were vitreous, blurry, grey, motionless. These eyes were dead.”

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