Far away in the cold north lies the vast caldera of Bjorgyn; a land of snow-blanketed pine woods and meandering rivers of water and ice. Eons ago, Bjorgyn was formed by a catastrophic volcanic eruption which veiled the sun with clouds of ash for many days. Such powerful forces of nature now lie dormant deep within the land, though not without stirring; every so often a distant rumble signals the rising of a black plume of smoke and ash which falls like snow across the region. After many millennia humans have become used to this occurrence, but that does not mean it is without its consequences…


BY BENEDICT ROBINSON


PROLOGUE


CHAPTER 1


CHAPTER 2


CHAPTER 3


CHAPTER 4


CHAPTER 5


CHAPTER 6


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