The Shattered Vigil
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The Shattered Vigil


Award-Winner Carr Delivers Latest in Fantasy Saga

Victory over the dark forces during the feast of Bas-solas should have guaranteed safety for the continent. Instead, Willet and the rest of the Vigil discover they've been outsmarted by those seeking to unleash the evil that inhabits the Darkwater. Jorgen, the member of the Vigil assigned to Frayel, has gone missing, and new attacks have struck at the six kingdoms' ability to defend themselves.

Just when the Vigil thought they had quenched the menace from their enemy in Collum, a new threat emerges: assassins hunting the Vigil, men and women who cannot be seen until it's too late. The orders of the church and the rulers of the kingdoms, fearing the loss of the Vigil's members altogether, have decided to take them into protective custody to safeguard their gift. On Pellin's orders, the Vigil scatters, leaving Willet to be taken prisoner by the church in Bunard.

In the midst of this, Willet learns of the murder of an obscure nobleman's daughter by one of the unseen assassins. Now he must escape his imprisonment and brave the wrath of the church to find the killer in order to turn back this latest threat to the northern continent.

Title:The Shattered Vigil
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:464 pages

    The Shattered Vigil Reviews

  • Schuyler
    Jan 24, 2017

    Willet, the main characters is just as good as ever. I love him. He has a pleasing sense of sarcasm, a compassion for the poor people of the town, and a good balance of manly stoicism. He carries on w...

  • Minx -The Genre Minx Book Reviews
    Sep 29, 2016

    I have been a fan of Author Patrick W. Carr since I first read A Cast of Stones. When I saw that he had a new series, The Darkwater Saga, I absolutely had to check it out. This is a different flavor o...

  • Lisa  (Bookworm Lisa)
    Dec 03, 2016

    When you think that things are going well for Will Dura, chaos erupts!This is the second book in the Darkwater Saga. Will and the other members of the Vigil defeated the evil of the Darkwater in the f...

  • Melissa ? Dog Lover ? Martin
    Nov 03, 2016

    3.5 StarsI can't actually do a proper review of this book as I didn't know at the time I got a print copy from the publisher (BethanyHouse) that is was the second book in the series. I definitely want...

  • D.M. Webb
    Oct 01, 2016

    Shattered Vigil is the second installment in the Darkwater Saga. If I thought By Divine Right and Shock of Night were superb, then I have no words for Shattered Vigil.Patrick Carr has the ability to ...

  • David Bergsland
    Oct 28, 2016

    Here’s another mainline Christian fantasy. Carr’s writing makes it enjoyable. But, as Christian fiction there’s not a lot here. However, it is entertaining. Patrick creates characters who are co...

  • English
    Nov 20, 2016

    I’m quite picky with fantasy, and I don’t always like much of what I read. To be brutally honest, I found the first book in this series The Shock of Night a bit of a slog, to the point that I stop...

  • Katherine Forster
    Dec 11, 2016

    So basically I was dying the whole way through this? If the stakes in the last book were high, this one raises them way higher. You start to understand a lot more about the Vigil - and what they're fi...

  • Christian Fiction Addiction
    Jan 18, 2017

    Patrick W. Carr has crafted a highly creative world in his "Dark Water Saga" series, and after devouring the first book in the series (The Shock of Night), I was anxiously awaiting the chance to retur...

  • Meagan Myhren-bennett
    Nov 19, 2016

    The Shattered VigilThe Darkwater Saga #2By Patrick W. CarrTheir victory over the Darkwater forces during the feast of Bas-solas should have given them a reprieve in their war against the growing darkn...

About Patrick W. Carr

Patrick W. Carr

Patrick Carr was born on an Air Force base in West Germany at the height of the cold war. He has been told this was not his fault. As an Air Force brat, he experienced a change in locale every three years until his father retired to Tennessee. Patrick saw more of the world on his own through a varied and somewhat eclectic education and work history. He graduated from Georgia Tech in 1984 and has w