In a fantastic kingdom, who controls the power of the throne?
Is it the King, who believes his son's visions to be prophecy? Is it Reyes, the boy's tutor, who recognizes that the guiless prince's visions are inspired by his teachings, and sees a way to realize his own ambitions? Or is it Leuchet, the King's chief advisor, whose insdrutable motives cannot be trusted? As the prince's visions grow more grotesque and troubling, armies clash, lives are bartered and souls are drawn together in dangerous attractions - all guided by five words from a child: "This is what I saw."
The breathtaking painting of John Bolton brings to life Paul Chadwick's sweeping narrative about a timeless kingdom where dreams and metaphors become reality - for better or for worse.