"The Fall of Hate" is now generally available and just in time for Memorial Day here in the US!
You'll notice that the cover was recently revised by Anthony DiPaolo and what a great job he did blending the work of several different artists and making it look both more realistic and more cohesive. It's a beautiful scene (especially in the text) depicting a pivotal moment in the series. I think when you read it, you'll come away deeply, emotionally impacted.
"The Fall of Hate" isn't my most emotional work, even though there are many scenes that will make a wreck out of your emotions. It is, however, the most satisfying novel I've ever written in the way it shows angle upon angle of scenes you only thought you knew—in the way it ties together seemingly-untethered storylines from "A Kingdom Forgotten" and "Black Mirrors of the Soul." So much of the story is about to come into crystal, sharp focus for you right before I show you the next level of mysteries that will take you even deeper.