The Light and Shadow Chronicles symbol no. 2 – Demons

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The cover for my newest novel A Chronicle of Chaos features a shield with eight symbols carved upon it. Each of the symbols represents a different army, faction or group of people within the series. Over the next eight days, to complement the release countdown, I will be posting about each of the symbols to give some background on the armies you can expect to learn about in Chaos and the upcoming novels in the series.


The SECOND symbol I will be talking about can be seen on the bottom right of the shield:

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This is the sigil of the demons who reside in Hell, their souls tied to their dimension until they are released to walk the Human Realm. In A Chronicle of Chaos, four demons are summoned from Hell to fight for the Brotherhood of Shadow against the Children of Light.

Their symbol is known as ‘the black feathers of Hell’ and works as a counterbalance to the angels’ symbol (which can be seen opposite).


Characters from this army that you can expect to see in A Chronicle of Chaos include:

Anathema – An offspring of Malice, Anathema is vicious and cruel and thrives off torture and murder.

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Phantom – The commander of the demons, Phantom is powerful and deadly, huge and engulfed in fire.

Malla – A trickster who specialises in illusions.

Anubis – A hulking animal-like monstrosity who kills blindly and indiscriminately.


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