"Remnants of Ash" by CK Dawn
Author: CK Dawn
Narrator: Sydnee Fullmer
Length: 3 hours 37 minutes
Publisher: CK Dawn⎮2019
Genre: Paranormal Dystopian
Series: Reign of Fae, Book 1
Release date: Apr. 17, 2019
Mere mortal. Fae hunter. Oh, and the apocalypse? Yeah, that happened! She's an unstoppable human. He's an immovable beast. But the fae have scorched the earth and humans are next....
Chloe Etain, stumbled into an ancient war between the light and dark that has culminated in her world being thrown into darkness and pre-industrial chaos. Vampire-like creatures roam free, feeding on unsuspecting humans. Chloe knows the truth though and, possibly, how to stop it. But as a mere mortal, what can she do?
That's when the fates step in. Bram Tice, a fae hunting his own kind, vows to help Chloe. But he won't say which Court demands his allegiance. Together, they set out to right the imbalance plaguing her world and save humanity before it turns into nothing more than remnants of ash.
USA Today bestselling author, coffee loving gamer girl, and Sci-fi enthusiast. CK Dawn always loved to snuggle up with her cat Hagrid (the shadow-seer & Netherwalker inspiration) and read. But, with a nudge of encouragement from her lil’ sis, she found writing fantasy stories was even better than just reading about them. So, a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away CK let her unique modern tale of knights and Camelot dancing in her head take form and fly with Cloak of Shadows, her Readers' Favorite award winning debut novel in the Netherwalker series. Now, you can find CK writing in the witching hours with Hagrid by her side while being distracted far too often by social media.
Sydnee Fullmer is a professional actor and voice talent based in Denver, Colorado. She graduated Summa Cum Laude from Utah State University with a Bachelor's of Fine Arts in Acting and has since performed and taught across the nation. Including Swine Palace (Baton Rouge, LA), The Denver Center for the Performing Arts (Denver, CO), and The Great River Shakespeare Festival (Winona, MN).