Daniel Dydek’s Latest Releases
Latest Installment of Spirit Wind Out Now!
Mere weeks after leaving the convent, Rae-Anna and Thomas face their next challenge in the village of Aurden—on the surface, a pleasant community of people looking forward to their mayor’s upcoming wedding.
On the first night in town, however, Rae-Anna is threatened by five men, faces ghostly-white, bearing a strange symbol of a swirling star. Soon separated from both Mahmoud and Thomas, it seems she will have to face this new evil entirely alone.
Even the Sacred Fire is strangely silent as Rae-Anna works frantically to unravel the mystery, reunite with Thomas, and learn who in this strange village can be trusted.
Don’t miss the thrilling continuation of Rae-Anna’s supernatural journey in A Vine to Prune!
The next installment of The Triumvirs, coming 2024
As what was hidden becomes known, forces now move in a land of hidden peoples. Ketzler of the Cariste trades one calling for another as his people fight for survival and seek expansion; Averlynn of the Wohan fears the omens she sees in weather and fauna, but must convince her people the threat is real; and Tavill of the Taur must risk life and extinction as he turns back to a duty long ignored, to be Witness at the end of time. And a fourth people of unknown origin, long thought destroyed, are beginning their own march of vengeance after a century of brooding.
War is coming to a land too long complacent, and only those willing to sacrifice comfort for duty will have a chance to survive...
About By Ways Unseen
"Daniel Dydek has really raised the level of fantasy with this novel. ...A wonderful take on fate and the way our choices and actions affect our lives."
C. Gonzales, The Indie Express
About A Fire to Kindle
"I loved this book, the pace was perfect. I was lucky to be reading it as a passenger on a road trip and I pretty much devoured it in two days. I enjoyed the characters and the storyline was exciting and suspenseful. I’ll definitely be re-reading it soon, and I can’t WAIT for the sequel!"
Jennifer Hamner, Goodreads Reviewer
About The First to Forgive
"I was immersed in the story immediately. The descriptions are so vivid, I could see the people and landscapes, hear the voices, feel the textures."
About The One Known
"⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ ... I have loved all three books of this series so far, and it's clear that the author is weaving an even grander overall story deeply connected to all of us. I can't wait to read what comes next!"
Genna Frederick, Amazon Reviewer