Perun's Chronicler - A trilogy novel about forgotten legends of the ancient Sorabia (Slavic mythology included)
Trilogy "Perun's Chronicler" is a kind of Serbian version of Tolkien's "The Lord of the Rings" novel embroidered via Slavic mythology and inspired by Tolkien and Martin's novels, comics and films with a similar theme, it also has some elements of the "Witcher" novel.
It consists of "Whisper of the Devil's Town"(Third part), "Horn of the Slavic gods"(Second part) and "Forgotten legends of ancient Sorabia."(First part).
Seven years after the Dark War for Sorabia, wounds are, finally healed.
However ... Goddess Morana, eager for revenge, leads the ancient, forgotten evil again.
While the fortress' are burning, the blood soaks the land of Sorabia, Starman of Wildow (Serbian: Zvezdan od Divljane) with a small pack of survivors is running to Devil's town.
There, he will, under the auspices of the pale moon, hear the predictions of the fate from shamans...
From Vilingrad(Elven City) to the Great Novgorod and Lake Ladoga, from Sorabia to the heart of the Russian taigas,
where the bogatyrs and pilgrims worship Slavic gods, the story is about secrets which are kept for centuries by chroniclers of the Perun's order.
When the roar of horns of Slavic gods gets pierced through the elven valley, Perun's lightning will break the sky and all will become moot.
Fear has created the gods, and courage - it creates heroes!
Milos Petkovic(Writer of this novel) has merged characteristics of old Russia's & Serbia's mythologies in a thrilling novel of epic proportions.
"The quest for the secrets of an ancient order of Perun's chroniclers brings light to the mysterious tracks of Slavic forgotten legends,
but as a result recorded, gave rise to something else - this chronicles have established Milos Petkovic as the master of the noble art of narrative fiction."