|About the Book|
The terrorist attack on Cardeau Palace has altered the lives of all those involved.Raiden Arias, who started his journey by chasing after the man who killed his father, is now accompanied by a girl who has proven her worth and a woman who refuses toMoreThe terrorist attack on Cardeau Palace has altered the lives of all those involved.Raiden Arias, who started his journey by chasing after the man who killed his father, is now accompanied by a girl who has proven her worth and a woman who refuses to admit her sins. With no other options before them, Raiden is forced to bring his companions to the last place he ever wanted to go. There, he hopes that Eliza will learn why shes been referred to as the Light of Death and that Vila will discover why Rexus is after her child. Most importantly, he hopes to avoid seeing HER in the process.Back in Cardeau, Koston Donnick and Queen Kallisto have problems of their own. Both have realized that the initial attack was started by someone within the palace walls and not by those crashing into them. As the public demands answers from them and a rival uses the attack to strengthen his platform, Koston and Kallisto find themselves working together earlier than intended to discover who and how many others were behind a plot that they know little of. Unfortunately for Koston, the first answers he requires must come from his very own son.Elsewhere in the world, Rexus Poloray awakens in a dungeon stripped of all weapons and dignity. His howls of pain are met with the howls of nearby beasts that may become his new cellmates if hes not careful. He doesnt know why hes still alive, or what role he is to play for his captors, but he soon discovers that hes finally landed himself in the headquarters of the Ravens of Dusk, and that the inner workings of the Order hes tried to become a part of for nearly ten years isnt at all what it seems.Children of the Rain is book two of The Raven of Dusk series and continues where book one: Transcendence concluded. As the people of Noreis endure their journeys for answers, not everyone is satisfied with what becomes of them.