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Book I

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LoE: Sygillis of Metatron is the first novel written in the series and introduces the world of the League of Elder and its main characters.

It details the story of Captain Davage, the Lord of Blanchefort and his dealings with the woman he would one day marry. Sygillis of Metatron was a vile Black Hat Hammer, enemy of the Sisterhood of Light and the League as a whole. Sygillis was well-known for killing a whole division of Marines by herself.

Getting off to a rough start, Sygillis planned to murder Captain Davage and attacked him in his dreams where she came at him with Shadow tech. However, using his fabled Gift of Sight, Davage defeated Sygillis and broke the “Clutch” surrounding her soul. Thus freed, Sygillis was awash in new thoughts and emotions, and she quickly fell in love with Captain Davage and refused to take no for an answer.


The Original LoE: Sygillis of Metatron was published in 2009 from IUniverse.

Available in Trade Paperback/Dustjacket Hardcover/Kindle at

Click HERE for Kindle version of The League of Elder: Sygillis of Metatron on Amazon
LOCONEAL: Book One was republished under the League of Elder brand name as Sygillis of Metatron by Loconeal Publishing. Featuring more artwork by Carol Phillips, Eve Ventrue and Bea Matarredona-Garcia, Book One is available in Trade Paperback at a reduced price:

Via: Amazon.Com

and the Loconeal Website

ORIGINAL COVER: The Author still has a quantity of Book I in the Original Cover, as drawn by artist Pat Larsen

copyright 2011 Ren Garcia

2 Comments leave one →
  1. January 16, 2011 9:39 pm

    Just finished reading SoM. Well done, a great story. Look forward to more.

    • theleagueofelder permalink*
      January 16, 2011 10:18 pm


      So glad you enjoyed it. I do lots of shows in the mid-west, did I have the pleasure of meeting you in person at one possibly?

      I’ve switched imprints and the publisher wants me to blog about the upcoming LoE books, so I don’t use this one for much anymore. I post frequently to: If you’d like to take a look, I’d love to share your thoughts.



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