In a world of supernatural beings known as Teku, T’kresh is a prince who knows no discomfort. Dwelling lavishly in the capital, he never feels fear, nor does he question his place in life. Certainly not his safety. Until one bloody night, when his father, the king, is assassinated. Incriminating evidence planted at the scene of the crime pins him as the murderer, and afraid for his life, T’kresh is forced to flee. Confused and unsure of where to go, T’kresh sets off on a journey to prove his innocence and stop the real culprits from taking over the capitol and eradicating the human race.
Flame of Truth
In a world of supernatural beings known as Teku, outcast Shekrii gets all the most unpleasant jobs on his father's farm. Unable to use his powers, he feels as though there is nothing more he can expect from life, and he dares not even dream of doing anything of note. His world is turned upside down when he finds a letter detailing the assassination of the king, and he knows he must do something about it. So with nothing more to lose, he sets off across the desert, desperately trying to avoid the conspirators chasing him and survive the harsh environment, hoping to make it to the capital in time.
Fire of Reckoning
As Shekrii and T'kresh continue to run, one away from trouble and one towards it, their enemies continue with their plans to eradicate humanity. When their paths cross and they find themselves being hunted, they must work together to stay alive and save humanity. But with such different personalities, it becomes increasingly hard for them to stay together, and as danger rises, chances for each to ditch the other to save their own skins become more numerous and more tempting.
Inferno of Justice
Reared in the lap of luxury, T'kresh would like nothing more than to return to his former life. But with Shekrii, the unlikeliest of alliances, now in the hands of the enemy, he faces the most difficult decision ever: should he return to the capital with the proof of his innocence and regain his sumptuous lifestyle, or risk it all to save the outcast who risked it all for him? The attack on the Portal is just days away, and with the assassins doing who-knows-what to Shekrii, T'kresh has little time to decide between what is right and what is comfortable.