A series about 3 friends who engage in black magic and how does this decision influence their lives. The price for power and knowledge is sometimes too high, yet what you pay for acts like a drug: once you've tasted it you cannot live without it anymore.
Focusing more on a young Dunadan girl who moves to Bree with her parents. Her mother, a powerful sorceress serving one of the Nazgul, tries to keep her beloved daughter away from fell magic but her advices are thrown aside. A dangerous spell makes the girl lose her soul and innocence. What is worse, she does not regret it.
She will cross paths with other 2 victims of Darkness and together they will do things beyond imagination in order to serve the Ringwraiths as best as they can.
The series begings 20 years before the War of the Ring.
Is the Nazgul cult exclusively female? That opens the way for many possibilities!
Author's Response: Most of the followers are females, but not all. You'll encounter several male sorcerers working for the Wraiths in my story. Thanx for the review, by the way!
Recasting the Nazgul as ladies...
Well, why not? I wouldn't want to stand between Elizabeth I, Hatshepsut, Hillary Clinton, Theodora or Elinor of Aquitaine and one of those rings. Keep going!