Fantasy Author Christopher Husberg discusses and signs "Dark Immolation" book two of the dark fantasy series the Chaos Queen Quintet. The first book, "Duskfalll," was released last year.
A new religion is rising, gathering followers drawn by rumors of prophetess Jane Oden. Her sister Cinzia—once a Cantic priestess—is by her side, but fears that Jane will lead them to ruin. For both the Church and the Nazaniin assassins are still on their trail, and much worse may come.
Knot, his true nature now revealed if not truly understood, is haunted by his memories, and is not the ally he once was. Astrid travels to Tinska to find answers for her friend, but the child-like vampire has old enemies who have been waiting for her return. And beyond the Blood Gate in the empire of Roden, a tiellan woman finds herself with a new protector. One who wants to use her extraordinary abilities for his own ends...
“Following the dramatic events of Duskfall, Husberg settles in for granular worldbuilding…Dark Immolation has some of the action, horror, and revelations of the first volume, but this is a book of politics first: religion versus government, traditional female power versus traditional male power, and the wild cards that skew a chess match not designed for them.”– Publishers Weekly
Christopher B. Husberg was born in Alaska. He received his MFA at Brigham Young University, where he studied with Brandon Sanderson, author of the Mistborn series and the Stormlight Archive. His short story collection Look Me in the Stars received an honorable mention in the 2013 Utah Original Writing Competition. His debut novel, Duskfall (2017 Gemmel Award nominee), was described as “perfect for fans of Daniel Abraham and Brandon Sanderson” by Library Journal.
He lives with his wife and daughter in Lehi, Utah.