The world of Arkaria is a dangerous place, filled with dragons, titans, goblins and other dangers.
Those who live in this world are faced with two choices: live an ordinary life, or become an adventurer and seek the extraordinary.
When a series of attacks on convoys draws suspicion that Sanctuary is involved, Cyrus Davidon must put aside his personal struggles and try to find the raiders.
As the attacks worsen, Cyrus and his comrades find themselves abandoned by their allies, surrounded by enemies, facing the end of Sanctuary and a war that will consume their world.
I'm a big fan of sword and sorcery adventures, but lately there's a lot of dreck being self-published in this genre. It's a joy to find an author as talented as Robert J. Crane and a series as exciting as Sanctuary. I went through this book saying "Just one more chapter" until the sun was rising and my alarm was ringing. I considered calling in sick so that I could finish reading, but the example of Cyrus Davidon, the Sanctuary series protagonist, and duty prevailed. I went to work, then rushed home at the end of the day to once again immerse myself in the world of Arkaria.