Theatre & Literature

Published on January 25th, 2021 | by Rose Berryl


“Pitherygand,” Dark Fantasy’s new bestseller for teenagers written by Rose Berryl

After the on-going growing success of the first volumes of the saga “Damenndyn” published by RKC Publishing, a Quebecois editing company specializing in Fantasy literature, Rose Berryl returns with a new series that will keep your teenagers awake at night!

So sit comfortably in the comfort and security of your home and get ready for the Darkness that returns in full force in the Great World and that promises to disrupt it. 

This is not the simple story that we usually encounter in a bookstore, but a tale that will transport you beyond your wildest dreams, in the company of a girl who could have been like others if fate had not chosen her. Persecuted and tortured by her family during her tender childhood, she sees herself one day entrusted with the important mission of traveling the realms in quest of five elementary and precious stones whose awakening will not portend anything good. The stones are coveted by the Elves and Dragons who engage in a bloodthirsty fight for many lunar cycles, obsessed with the mastery of magic to the point of threatening the balance of the Great World. 

Rose Berryl transports you to this apocalyptic world in “Pitherygand,” the first volume of an on-going adventure for Dark Fantasy publishing that is rich in surprises. In it, a young shapeshifting wizard, an Amazon and a ghostly feline will find themselves in a race against time to retrieve a “Water” stone whose power is devouring the kingdom of the Centaurs.

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About the Author


was born on February 26, 1982 in Mons, Belgium. After studying Latin-history, she became interested in computer graphics and web design. But it was in 2002, after a bet with her best friend, that she discovered a passion for writing. She will release her great Dark Fantasy saga entitled "Damenndyn", the first two opus of which sold for several thousand copies in the space of just five weeks in French-speaking Belgium. The first volume of the saga even won the Prix Gros Sel du Jury in 2007. Installed in Quebec since 2010, she continues to develop her saga and her universe (Damenndyn and Nekromantia, published by CKR Éditions), while exploring other genres (as with a vampiric series, Kryna, published by Éditions du Petit Caveau in 2015 ). Writing has become for her more than a passion, a vital need in which she explores the various facets of her abundant imagination. She draws her inspiration from eternal tales, legends and myths, filled with magic and extraordinary creatures, as well as from History and the Middle Ages in particular. All shrouded in mystery, shadows and even horror specific to the Gothic genre.

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