The ferryman of the dead is forced to leave the home he's always known.
This is a clean young adult novel for readers thirteen and older. It shares the same world as The Underworld Saga.
PG 13: Violence, mild language, and fade-to-black sex.
Ebook USD $5.99 (FREE 9/09-9/18)
Paperback USD $12, Signed USD $13
Not available in Hardback
The ferryman of the dead is forced to leave the life he’s always known to experience a quest of his own, in order to reverse the aging process that is threatening his life.
He never understood human grief, compassion, love. The friends he makes along the way teach him these things--filling him with joy and breaking his heart.
The last thing Charon expects is to fall in love with a mortal woman—someone he can’t take with him when he returns. Charon must decide whether to abandon the love of his life or his duties.
While Charon's Quest shares the world of The Underworld Saga, it can be read before or after or anytime in between the rest of the books in the saga.
"I loved this book so much even when it felt like my heart was going to be ripped into a million pieces!"--Kerri Dawn Simpson, Amazon Reviewer ★★★★★
"Charon held me captive with the events that happened to him while in the Upperworld. I love the friends he made and the decisions he had to make, and I absolutely loved the ending."--Sam, Amazon Reviewer ★★★★★
"Kept me reading and wanting more!"--Aimee, Amazon Reviewer ★★★★★
"This story is like a friend that you walk along with. You share in the ups and downs of a god who, forced to abandon his job for a short period of time, learns about love, loss, and belonging from a mortal world he never thought he could embrace."--Michael J Looney, Amazon Reviewer ★★★★★