C.o.t.F.S.: The Rise of Corpsefire

C.o.t.F.S.: The Rise of Corpsefire

23 chapters / 34517 words

Approximately about 3 hours to read


This is a work in progress!
In the midst of great war between two sides of four different nations, an old enemy arises to destroy them all.
Thrown from the lives they once knew, a group of rebels from all four of the warring kingdoms must make peace with one another to defeat their common enemy. Blood will be spilled and friends will fall. Will they all survive against the onslaught of the Corpsefire?
Chronicles of the Fantasy Squadron Book 1


Adventure, Fantasy, Novel



10 months ago Dawn M. Therin said:

I like your new cover!



5 months ago Dawn M. Therin said:

Chapter 19

Aww, after last chapter, I was hoping to see more of King Cedric. Curse you and your cliffhangers...

No, Faith isn't dead. *laughs* He's definitely still alive, because killing him off this early would make zero sense.

Uggh, this woman is creepy. I already don't like her...never mind. She seems interesting.

I take it Christian doesn't take alcohol very well? And I have no clue what to make of this woman...I'm kind of scared to know what she's going to do to Christian now that he's passed out.

I really enjoyed this chapter by the way.


6 months ago Dawn M. Therin said:

Chapter 19

I was beginning to wonder if you were even still around.

Oh, trust me, Faith. I'm a woman and I don't even understand Tilera's behavious. *laughs* I don't blame you for being confused.

I was NOT expecting an attack during this scene. I figured the infirmary was a safe place. I take it this mysterious assassin shot them with magic.

Hey, I remember him! He's the guy from the prologue! How long was Faith unconscious, anyway?

Faith is pretty tough to talk back to an undead king like that. I'm impressed.

That cliffhanger ending, though...please release the next chapter sooner rather than later. Though I bet it will be a DIFFERENT CHARACTER and I'll have to wait even longer! Though it's not like I've been writing either so I really shouldn't complain.