It was written ... beings known as Servants of Light appeared as gifts to Man. Their
majesty unlike anything seen; their Songs so angelic a single melody turned barren
soil fertile. They were worshiped and called Osirian. For years they shared knowledge,
bringing peace and prosperity to mankind. But when an ancient evil awoke and corrupted
the world, the Osirian swapped books for swords and led Man to war. Victory came
at a price. The aftermath created disillusioned men and woman who angrily rejected
their teachers, and in grief the Osirian disappeared. Their knowledge and wisdom
lost to history. But they were all betrayed. The evil remained … Three-thousand years
later, archaeologist Mary Wilson unwittingly assists its resurgence. But this time,
the Songs of the Osirian are silent.
Bonus short story "The Last of Us" by Rob James is included at the end of the book.