What if I told you the Gods had been locked up for thousands of years and someone was trying to release them? The person trying to release them will stop at nothing, including killing three wizards at Circe, a special school for fledgling wizards. New student Jason has just arrived and is quickly caught up in a struggle between Gods, Wizards, and Kasigah, the caretaker of an ancient Wellspring. Jason embarks on a journey that will bring him in contact with the legendary Kasigah, and expand his powers more than he ever thought possible. Will he be able to discover how to deal with the Gods and the person who is trying to harness their power in the dynamic first book of the Kasigah series?
In times of war, the greatest weapon is fear. Over two years have passed since the Council defeated the gods. In that time, Jennifer Le Fay has been waiting patiently, amassing an army against the magicians. Among them is a group of magic-resistant people known as Witch Hunters, led by Jennifer’s right hand, Lucy, have the Council jumping at shadows. Meanwhile, Councilman Jacob has been watching the young auramancer, Jason, preparing him for the goals of the Order of the Gray Cross. Through all of this fear and manipulation, Amber must discover Lucy’s identity, and why she killed the man responsible for the death of Amber’s family. Kasigah, though, must uncover the Witch Hunter’s aims, or have his comrades’ blades turned against him. Will they prevail against these killers, or will they succumb to the paranoia that Jennifer has been sowing. Find out when the Witch Hunt begins.
The greatest strength and weakness of man is his ideals. The priest Jacob, and Kasigah, the Watcher both chase their ideals. For a world of freedom; for a world of piece. But their goals stand in opposition of one another. And the auramancer, Jason, has fallen ill with a sickness that could bring both men’s dreams crumbling to the ground. Which will triumph: madness, freedom, or peace?