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Long Bio:

Rachael Dunn is the author of Vessels, book one in the Dusk Eternal Trilogy. The desert land of Khemeret is ruled by a pharaoh, and his priests oversee the legions of the dead who erect great monuments in his honor.

But the emperor of Alvari see using the dead as workers as an abomination. With their superior military, they hold Khemeret as a puppet state, and their once powerful pharaoh is but a pawn.

The Dusk Eternal Trilogy starts with Vessels, a story about a young woman who is believed to be the reincarnation of a legendary pharaoh. She can command the dead and heal with but a touch. After incurring the wrath of the Alvari Empire, she must journey west to fulfill an ancient prophecy.

And the only one helping her along the way is a shady assassin with a dangerous sense of humor.

The next book in the series, Venomous, is set to be released early 2020.

She started her blog, rachaeldunnwriting.com, in the same year her book was released. It focuses on her books, books she loves, her myriad animals, ancient civilizations, and her love of Dungeons & Dragons.

Short Bio:

Rachael Dunn is the author of the Dusk Eternal Trilogy. The first book, Vessels, is a story about a young woman who is believed to be the reincarnation of a legendary pharaoh. She can command the dead and heal with but a touch. After incurring the wrath of the Alvari Empire, she must journey west to fulfill an ancient prophecy.

And the only one helping her along the way is a shady assassin with a dangerous sense of humor.

The next book in the series, Venomous, is set to be released early 2020.

She started her blog, rachaeldunnwriting.com, in the same year her book was released. It focuses on her books, books she loves, her myriad animals, ancient civilizations, and her love of Dungeons & Dragons.

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Author Site: www.rachaeldunnwriting.com
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Title: Vessels (Book One of the Dusk Eternal Trilogy)
Genre/Keywords: Fantasy
Length: 275 pages
Release date: January 2nd, 2019
ASIN: 1792650426
Purchase: Ebook and print

Book summary:

The legendary pharaoh lives again.Now all she has to do is claim her throne.

Ashira is the reincarnation of a legendary pharaoh. With just a touch, she can perform miraculous healing or deal death as she sees fit. The dead bow to her. The prophecy says she is destined to lead her people out of persecution from the occupying Alvari Empire. But the prophecy didn’t say much more than that. And the Empire squeezes harder every day.Ashira tries to wait for further signs, but instead, she incurs the wrath of the Empire. Now, left with no friends and no home, she must journey across the desert kingdom to seek out the wise priest Uskandr. And the only one helping her on her way is a sly assassin with a dangerous sense of humor.

Praise for Vessels:

This book exudes personality.
The main character is wonderfully written, and personally I found myself connecting with her take on the situations she found herself in.

That is to say she's a perfect... Vessel.... for the reader to explore this new world the Author as created.

I often found myself giggling to myself as I read this book. And even tearing up at a couple moments.

The most amazing achievement of this book is a character who on paper should be completely unlikeable, but became my favorite by mid novel.
(I'll keep this character's name to myself so you can have this experience too) But anyone who has read the book should know who I'm talking about.
I'm so glad this is "Volume 1". Because this world is fascinating and I can wait to learn more about it.” - Nathan Yeager, Reader


“This is why young adults shouldn't bear world-shaping choices.Or maybe it is EXACTLY why they should. Because plans go awry, mistakes are made, and hilarity ensues. Sorta. Or I may just have a twisted sense of humor.

It's a story that didn't really grab me until after the first chapter but then I was sucked in and finished it in an afternoon.

There were moments that made me smile with grim humor- most of Mwarthes' actions, honestly. The " Golden Bastards" moment got an actual laugh out of me because of the absurdity of it. But it fits. Within the world that has been constructed, it's easy to laugh and go along with it.

The ending is fitting, if unsettling due to the implications of what may happen next, and I definitely pictured dark and terrible things.” - Kindle Customer