Cadence Mage is immortal, and over two hundred years old. He is the most feared demon hunter there ever was. Cadence summons lightning at will while wielding his sword named Ethereal, fighting monsters and demons in his dreams to send them back to hell to be beaten and tortured by the king for escaping his eternal fires. Soon he will have to unlock and learn how to use all the forces of lightning within himself when he learns the demons are leaving his dreams and coming for him on earth. Cadence’s life changes when young women begin to be murdered, and he recognizes the murder weapon from centuries ago. A beautiful detective, his niece Jenny, and best friend Tom Jones will help solve the mystery of the three-headed dagger, but the blue-purple flame, who holding his mother captive, summons three witches who will do anything to stop them. Who is the blue-purple flame? Who are the three witches, and why are they using the three-headed dagger to kill the young women? Look closely, and you will see Cadence defend new friends—the only friends he has left amidst betrayal after betrayal, and the discovery that all is not as he believed it to be. Twists and turns build into a fast-paced, bloody adventure that delivers fun and excitement and will have you turning the pages right to the end.






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"This is a fascinating and engaging fantasy story
that has a very unique and creative plot. The characters are interesting, and the book is fast-paced and action-packed. Overall, this was quite an enjoyable read." - JACK....
"fast-paced and action-packed".....
"A Genuinely fun and exciting story from start to finish"......
"What a wild ride".....
"It is a book filled with creatures, magic and weapons that kept me at the edge of my seat until I finished it"....
"This is such a great book, I can't wait to read the next one!".....
"This is a well written story and I am most certainly looking forward to reading more from this very talented author!".....
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book review by Robert Buccellato
"We have another one of those weird dagger murders. What did you call it—The Eyes of Coals?"
Cadence has lived a long life when the story begins. Despite being tired of living, he remains a magnet to women as he frequently pushes his impulses to the edge.
He owns an antique shop that his deceased brother's daughter runs. His close friend and employee are captivated by Cadence's inability to die. Both are constant companions in the protagonist's life, yet he often treats them like budding youths, blind to the nightmares that lurk in the shadows.
Cadence practically wears his world-weariness. He is an ancient man trapped in a cycle of darkness and violence with a past that is never far away and a terrifying future he longs to ignore. He is an attractive combination of brooding masculinity and well-earned self-indulgence. He is a cure-loving son of darkness with the burden only an expert guardian can sustain.
The best elements of other great works of fiction are present throughout the narrative. The haunted quality of eternal life and all the tragedies it entails is reminiscent of The Picture of Dorian Gray. There is even a reference to the book early on, with the main character almost feeling a hidden kinship for Oscar Wilde's protagonist. At times Cadence is equal parts lonely and commanding. He bleeds, is flawed, and can be placed in danger. Yet like so many caped crusaders, secret agents, and time lords that have come before him, there is always the feeling of protection he invokes within the reader—a sense that he still has a hidden move and the upper hand. Evil follows at every turn, and parents can sometimes be enemies. Also, dusty antique shops are a great setting for an enthralling story. Masterfully told, this book is beguiling in its execution and its engrossing characters.
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The Three Witches and The Three-Headed Dagger

by Henry Regnault


Fiction - Fantasy - Urban

142 Pages

Reviewed on 01/15/2021

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Reviewed by K.C. Finn for Readers' Favorite

The Three Witches and The Three-Headed Dagger is a work of fiction in the fantasy, action, and paranormal adventure sub-genres, and was penned by author Henry Regnault. The work is intended for the adult and young adult reading audiences and is the opening novel to an ongoing series. Our protagonist is Cadence Mage, a centuries-old immortal who battles and hunts demons. The story concerns the mystery of the titular three-headed dagger, and a series of grisly murders that will put even Cadence’s considerable skills to the test. What results is a riveting, bloody, and action-packed fantasy tale that is sure to keep readers turning pages from cover to cover.

Author Henry Regnault has crafted an immersive work of fiction with plenty of cinematic and imaginative action to offer readers. The author creates a vivid fantasy world with excellent magical lore, a variety of strong personalities and settings, with acute attention to detail in their atmospheric language. These lexical and descriptive choices also show Cadence as a powerful central figure, who is well balanced in terms of his admirable and exciting skills, but also show vulnerability and emotional presentation. As a reader, you can really get into his head and experience the story from a visceral standpoint, which makes you more involved in the fast-paced twists and turns of the winding plot and interpersonal character relationships. Overall, I would highly recommend The Three Witches and The Three-Headed Dagger to fans of engrossing writing, fast-paced action plots, and for fantasy adventure fans everywhere.