| Dragon Sun: Dragonlords of Dumnonia |
by Linda A. Malcor
$0.00, 384 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (1 review), #55 in > Literature & Fiction > Action & Adventure > Fantasy
Shashtah thinks he has everything figured out. To prevent his new Dragon, the Prophetess of Tphah, from dying the way his first Dragon, the Phrophetess of Tkai had, he simply has to go through the secret ritual at the Anvil that the Dragonriders of Dumnonia call "The Training." But the new Dragonlord, KAshon, has no experience in training a normal Pair let alone such an unusual one as Shashtah and Tphah. Plus Kashon's magic is not that of the Dumnonians; he wields the power of the Wizards of Corin.
Designed by his god to be a conduit for magic, Shashtah quickly finds wizards and deities channeling a confusing array of power through him that his young Prophetess is unable to help him control.
That suits the Dark One just fine. He lurks inside the shadows of Mount Cinnamar, waiting for the perfect time to add that one last bit of magic to the mix that will forge Shashtah into the most destructive weapon Centuria has ever known: The Dragon Sun.
| SAVAGE SWORDS: BOOK ONE: LAND OF OYR'S TRIBUTE TO R. E. HOWARD - THE GREAT OLD ONES SERIES (LAND OF OYR TRIBUTE... |
by VIEL NAST
$0.00, pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (1 review), #53 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Fantasy > Sword & Sorcery
This is the first tale of my tribute to the great old one series, where I will honor writers and artists that cultivated my love for heroic fantasy, while I present my fantasy world Land of Oyr.
The character created will be used in more stories and play a further role (as well as their descendants) in the history of my world and the kingdom of Tarantis in particular.
| The Darkslayer: War in the Wasteland (Series 2, Book 7) (Bish and Bone) |
by Craig Halloran
$0.00, 219 pages, 4.9 out of 5.0 (13 reviews), #13 in > Literature & Fiction > Horror > Dark Fantasy
Venir and Melegal return to the City of Bone ready to stick it to the underlings who took over their home. Life turns out to be even worse on the inside than on the deplorable outside. Fighting their way through the evil menace they seek allies that are hard to come by.
Meanwhile, the dwarves led by Mood the Blood Ranger, entrenchment themselves in the Columns outside of the City of Bone when a dangerous surprise from the sky arrives.
Brak, Jubilee and Fogle find themselves lost in the Red Clay Forest where new enemies rise and over take them.
Will they all survive? Or will Bish send some to the grave once and for all?
| By the Silver Wind: Book IV of the Summer King Chronicles |
by Jess E. Owen, Jennifer Miller, Joshua Essoe
$0.00, 455 pages, 4.8 out of 5.0 (28 reviews), #10 in > Children's eBooks > Science Fiction, Fantasy & Scary Stories > Fantasy & Magic > Coming of Age
Shard is a gryfon with a great destiny, and desperate to stop a war. He is hampered on his path to peace by would-be allies, old enmities and grudges between clans of creatures, and the ever-looming threat of the fear mongering wyrms.
Everyone believes that Shard is the legendary Summer King, that he alone can make the wyrms see reason and stop their violent marauding before more lives are sacrificed. But when he uses newfound powers to try communicating with their leader, he only ends up making things worse.
When the wyrms make a surprising move by attacking where Shard least expects it, he knows he must be willing to sacrifice anything—and everything—to stop them once and for all.
| Union (Sphereworld: Joined at the Hilt Book 1) |
by Caleb Wachter
$0.00, 446 pages, 4.8 out of 5.0 (10 reviews), #2 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Fantasy > Sword & Sorcery
Joined at the Hilt, Book I: Union (a Sphereworld novel)
Randall's life in the city of Three Rivers was not unlike that of any other half-elf, which is to say that it was less than ideal. Ever since the Federation had come to town a decade earlier, his people's way of life had been upended and it was all that he and his friends could do to survive under the oppressive boot of those puritanical invaders.
But all of that changed when a chance meeting with a complete stranger set a sequence of events in motion which made it necessary for Randall to pursue life outside the walls of the only place he had ever known.
Even armed with a mysterious, enchanted weapon at his side, it will take every resource at the young bartender-turned-gigolo's disposal to survive the hazards of the unknown. He will contend with swamps infested by unusually large rodents, honest-to-the-gods White Knights, a mysterious group called 'Fleshmongers,' a Federation special operative bent on securing Randall's strange weapon for some unknown purpose, and a high stakes game of politics played between the old powers of his world and the new as they struggle for control over the fate of their world.
As he deals with the harsh realities of the world outside his birthplace, Randall will discover that the most valuable resource of all is the bond of friendship...no matter how unusual that friendship might be.
| The General's Legacy - Part One: Inheritance (The General of Valendo Book 1) |
by Adrian G Hilder
$0.00, 212 pages, 4.7 out of 5.0 (18 reviews), #1 in > Teen & Young Adult > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Fantasy > Wizards & Witches
A king obsessed with conquest, armies, magic, and monsters powered by the souls of the dead - the legendary General of Valendo defended his kingdom from them all and taught his grandson, Prince Cory, everything he could. But the worst is yet to come.
Cory's life is changed forever after the general's death when their enemy strikes at the heart of their Kingdom. Confronted by his grandfather's world of warriors and magic, and with the lives and souls of all in his kingdom at stake, Cory must do the one thing the old general never could.
End the war.
The General's Legacy - Part One: Inheritance is the first book in The General of Valendo gripping epic fantasy series that features lifelike characters, magic, romance, horror, and the pace and excitement of a thriller novel.
If you like your fantasy packed full of action and intrigue, to run a fast pace that refuses to let you put it down - without sacrificing the immersive experience of losing yourself in another world, then you'll love The General's Legacy.
Dive into the magical world of The General of Valendo series today!
The General's Legacy is a story told in two parts and concludes in Part Two: Whiteland King release date February 28, 2017.
| The Well of Strands (Osric's Wand, Book Three) (Osric's Wand series 3) |
by Jack D. Albrecht Jr., Ashley Delay
$0.00, 260 pages, 4.6 out of 5.0 (50 reviews), #2 in > Children's eBooks > Fairy Tales, Folk Tales & Myths > Dragons
The wonderful story continues, all the characters you love are back for more adventures. I recommend this series and can't wait for the next book!~Connie Rock
The twists and turns just keep coming. So hard to put the book down. If you love fantasy, and magic and talking animals, this book is...awesome. I love this series.~Amazon customer
This is the best trilogy I have read in a long time. I read it straight through. Not since The Belgariad by David Eddings have I enjoyed a series so much. The characters,the plot twist,the easy flow of the writing made this a wonderful read. Can't wait for more.~Yasmin Rodgers-Crouch
There is a new master Wand-Maker on Archana, and he could be the key to understanding every mystery -- if only he would come out of hiding. Meanwhile, a new arrival brings yet another magical artifact into Osric’s hands. Seeking the answers it may contain brings valuable knowledge and terrible danger.
The war is beginning, and Osric’s small force may be the only hope of the irua race surviving. He must find a way to cope with his broken heart and rally his troops in time to save them.
Now, with love torn apart by prophecy, Bridgett must follow her own path as she seeks to help Osric succeed. Can she change the tide of the war, or will Osric lose the very essence of his being as he battles the forces that threaten their world? Dredek’s motivation is revealed, and the mystery of the wand is finally solved. Will they see the answer in time for a difference to be made, or will the dark wizard be too powerful to be stopped once his plan is in motion?
The Well of Strands is the third installment in this best-selling series. Look for all of the novels in the Osric’s Wand series--Book One: The Wand-Maker’s Debate, Book Two: The High-Wizard’s Hunt, and Book Three: The Well of Strands
Watch for Book Four: The Weaving of Wells is out!
| The Darkslayer: Lethal Liaisons (Series 2, Book 4) (Bish and Bone Series 2) |
by Craig Halloran
$0.00, 224 pages, 4.6 out of 5.0 (24 reviews), #13 in > Literature & Fiction > Horror > Dark Fantasy
From the midst of chaos ...
Venir, Brool in hand, wages his one-man war in the streets of the City of Three while Kam suffers behind the walls in the Towers. Frustrated with himself and others, Venir takes matters into his own hands and forces Fogle into a rescue mission.
After vanquishing Palzor, the King of the Thieves, Melegal finds himself in a very promising situation. The Nest needs a new leader. Can he fill those shoes?
Lefty Lightfoot and Pall the Blood Ranger battle through the Outland.
Creed finds daylight from his dungeon, only to face his eminent execution by his grandfather Grom. Can Lorda Almen save him? Does she even care?
All the while, Trinos, assisted by Eep the imp, plots against Scorch the Meddler.
| The Darkslayer: Torment and Terror (Series 2, Book 5) (Bish and Bone Series 2) |
by Craig Halloran
$0.00, 230 pages, 4.6 out of 5.0 (23 reviews), #14 in > Literature & Fiction > Horror > Dark Fantasy
The bizarre eternal being, Scorch, rears his mischievous head, placing Venir and Melegal at odds in a series of fights that are life or death.
Fogle, Brak and Jubilee find themselves way off the rendezvous point with Venir and Kam only to wind up in a camp full of thugs and thieves. Brak faces off against an old enemy, the ogre that broke his back, Gondoon Stoneskin.
Led by Boon, Billip, Georgio, Lefty and Nikkel, fight alongside the Jung and the Striders, only to suffer heavy loses at the hands of the underlings.
As the underlings continue to flood the above ground cities, Master Sidebor, at odds with his son, Master Sinway, finds an unlikely ally in a magnificent underling woman called Elypsa.
Will blood be split?
What do you think?
| The High-Wizard's Hunt (Osric's Wand, Book Two) (Osric's Wand series 2) |
by Jack D. Albrecht Jr, Ashley Delay
$0.00, 236 pages, 4.4 out of 5.0 (110 reviews), #3 in > Children's eBooks > Fairy Tales, Folk Tales & Myths > Multicultural
A semi-finalist for the 2013 Best Indie Book of the Year award at thekindlebookreview.net
The first book was absolutely spellbinding, but the second takes it to a whole new level. A world that I love to return to, with characters who feel like friends. The second in a series that is amazing but leaves me hungry for more… ~Amazon Customer
I'm well past my teen years, and I found this book intriguing! I read the first book and I fell in love with all the characters...The whole story is just refreshing and new! ~Michelle Ellis
This book and the first book are lovely...Osric's struggle as he is called from the ordinary to the extraordinary life is poignantly human… ~Katherine Trudeau
Somewhere, lurking in the shadows, is the person responsible for throwing Archana into chaos. Osric returns to Stanton determined to put his home back in order after the attacks and find the answers that have eluded him, but he finds himself facing a foe that should be an ally. Osric will soon learn who he can trust when the forces of the Human Realm are poised on the brink of civil war. Will the eagles intervene? Will the dragons rise up in defense of walkers? Will the unicorns break their silence and tell Osric for what task they have chosen him? Or will the unity once promised by the Ratification Ceremony dissolve into world war?
The High-Wizard’s Hunt is the sequel to the best-selling debut The Wand-Maker’s Debate. Look for all of the novels in the Osric’s Wand series--Book One: The Wand-Maker’s Debate, Book Two: The High-Wizard’s Hunt and Book Three: The Well of Strands
Watch for Book Four: The Weaving of Wells coming soon!
| The Sorcerer's Legacy: Book 3 of The Sorcerer's Path |
by Brock Deskins
$0.00, 365 pages, 4.4 out of 5.0 (39 reviews), #14 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Fantasy > Sword & Sorcery
Physically and emotionally battered and exhausted, Azerick seeks to claim a home where he can live in peace and achieve some form of tranquility that has eluded him for most of his life. Even something as simple as that comes with complications. His choice of a new home is a tower haunted by a spectre that grieves for her murdered children. Tired of resorting to violence to resolve every conflict, Azerick has an idea to placate the mournful spirit, one that requires him to take on an apprentice, and that creates an entirely new set of problems.
Azerick may be done with death, but death is far from finished with him. An enemy he had hoped to have left behind seeks to destroy him by sending an assassin of untold ability and evil to avenge the death of his son. The Rook will stop at nothing to fulfill his gruesome contract, even if it means killing everyone who gets in his way. Duke Ulric seeks to destabilize the kingdom through a series of covert attacks upon several cities in the land, and it is only a matter of time before Azerick is dragged into his schemes and is forced to put an end to them once and for all.
| The Darkslayer: Red Death (Series 2, Book 3) (Bish and Bone Series 2) |
by Craig Halloran
$0.00, 250 pages, 4.4 out of 5.0 (30 reviews), #17 in > Literature & Fiction > Horror > Dark Fantasy
As the blade turns …
“Venir is to blame for everything,” claims Palos’s father. “I’ll show him!” says Melegal.
Boon, Billip, Georgio, and Nikkel go back to the Outland to join in the war against the underlings.
Ashamed of why he has stayed behind, Fogle sighs whenever he catches glimpses of Kam.
Jubilee pines for Nikkel while she babysits the still paralyzed Brak, until she needs him.
Kam’s sister Jaen shows up and makes unreasonable demands that our friends cannot meet.
| The Darkslayer: Brigands and Badlands (Series 2, Book 6) (Bish and Bone) |
by Craig Halloran
$0.00, 216 pages, 4.4 out of 5.0 (26 reviews), #16 in > Literature & Fiction > Horror > Dark Fantasy
Danger rises ...
Hunkered down in Dwarven Hole and reunited with Mood and Chongo, Venir, Melegal, Kam and company find themselves in the midst of a nefarious plot when the unheard of happens. Murder. As outsiders, Venir and his friends, along with Elypsa, the female underling sword saint, stand among the accused.
Fogle and Brak's liaisons with Jarla the Brigand Queen deepen on their journey through Bish and into Two-Ten City where more danger awaits.
The underlings iron grip in the City of Bone begins to loosen as Royal allies scheme with one another to take their city back. But Master Sidebor shows no mercy to the want to be usurpers.
War is coming and the first great battle for Bish begins in the Badlands.
| Savant: Book 1 of the Luminether Epic Fantasy Series |
by Richard Denoncourt
$0.00, 550 pages, 4.3 out of 5.0 (39 reviews), #4 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Fantasy > Myths & Legends > Greek & Roman
Over 50 5-star reviews on Amazon and Goodreads
"Amazing...fast-paced...sure to enjoy it if you like reading about magic, wizards, and mythological animals...fantastically engrossing adventure...captures the imagination." - Amazon and Goodreads Reviewers
Milo Banks was just 14 years old when it happened - the most confusing and electrifying event of his life. It began when his father showed an ability of superhuman strength that couldn't possibly be real. Then his mother made the light glow from her hands.
After that, Milo didn't know what to believe. Suddenly, his hometown of Dearborn, New Jersey has become a place where anything can happen - and his family is trying desperately to keep it a secret.
When a mysterious man, dressed in black, appears at Milo's school - bearing a promise and a threat - all of Milo's fears and anxieties become a living nightmare. Everything his parents have told him has been a lie: the Banks family is actually from a different world, and they have enemies who will stop at nothing to hunt them down and kill them.
One of these men tries to attack Milo's sister Emma - but before he reaches her, Milo accidentally launches a fireball and a bolt of lightning from his hands. It's a power that shouldn't exist - not on Earth, anyway.
Which is why, when Milo and Emma find themselves trapped in another realm - one that has been hidden behind our world for ages - they will have to rely on their superhuman potential, and a rowdy group of misfits who might be the best friends they never had, to save a world on the brink of annihilation.
| The Darkslayer: Black Blood (Series 2, Book 2) (Bish and Bone Series 2) |
by Craig Halloran
$0.00, 232 pages, 4.3 out of 5.0 (35 reviews), #11 in > Literature & Fiction > Horror > Dark Fantasy
With the mystic armament back in his possession, Venir is once again The Darkslayer. But he can’t be everywhere at once. Tragedy still happens.
A year has passed, and the underling threat is bigger … stronger. Venir, Billip, and the young men: Georgio, Nikkel and Brak, battle the enemy in the Outlands.
Familiarizing himself with the City of Three and its wonders, Melegal draws the attention of some wizardly Royals.
Creed the Bloodhound remains in his grandfather Lord Grom’s dungeon, failing in health, while Lorda Almen befriends Corrin the Murderer.
Lefty Lightfoot remains under the cruel lash of the wart-nosed dwarves, trying to find the courage to escape.
All the while, the infinite beings Trinos and Scorch battle for control of the world called Bish.
| Cradle of the Gods (The Soulstone Prophecy Book 1) |
by Thomas Quinn Miller, D.S. Williams
$0.00, 209 pages, 4.3 out of 5.0 (32 reviews), #5 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Fantasy > Coming of Age
In the world of Allwyn, humans are almost extinct. A war among the gods has led to the downfall of humanity and the banishment of their god. A thousand years later, the remaining humans eke out an existence on the fringes of a vast dwarven empire.
Ghile, one of the last survivors, is preparing for his Rite of Attrition in a human settlement known as the Cradle of the Gods. Meanwhile, Almoriz the Sorcerer and his apprentice Riff arrive in Ghile’s village for one of their annual visits, setting forth a series of events that will change Ghile’s life forever.
He is marked as the Stonechosen, and wields powers of the gods themselves. But Ghile is not alone; others chosen to fulfill the prophecy are also traveling to the Cradle, seeking to destroy him. The time of the Stonechosen has come.
| The Wand-Maker's Debate (Osric's Wand, Book One) (Osric's Wand series 1) |
by Jack D. Albrecht Jr., Ashley Delay
$0.00, 205 pages, 4.2 out of 5.0 (181 reviews), #1 in > Children's eBooks > Fairy Tales, Folk Tales & Myths > Multicultural
Osric's Wand, The Wand-Maker's Debate is a fantastic novel that captures the imagination and holds on tight. ~The Kindle Book Review
Albrecht and Delay are certainly a couple of authors to keep an eye on...Harry Potter, Lord Of The Rings, Narnia... If you have the remotest level of enjoyment from these stories, Osric's Wand will definitely be one for you. ~J Bryden Lloyd
A great novel. Well written and inventive. The authors create a wonderful new world to explore and characters to fall in love with. A book to get lost in! ~ Lauren, Amazon.com reviewer
Osric was content with his life, keeping the peace in a bustling trading town and honoring the tradition of the hunt. All was well in the world of Archana as leaders from every realm gathered to sign an unprecedented peace treaty--when disaster struck. Osric’s life will be forever changed as he sets out on a journey to find the culprit behind a murderous attack.
Osric is joined by Archana’s greatest wand-maker, an argumentative prairie dog; an Empath and Maiden of the Unicorn; his closest childhood friend Kenneth, an exceptional hunter; and a dual-wielding dwarf with a soft spot for dragons. Soon the companions realize that something more sinister has been brewing for decades, and their long-held beliefs are challenged. They must master new magic and solve the riddles of prophecy, and Osric must accept that the quiet life he dreamed of may never be his reality.
The Wand-Maker’s Debate is only the beginning. Look for the other novels in the Osric’s Wand series--Book Two: The High-Wizard’s Hunt and Book Three: The Well of Strands
Watch for Book Four: The Weaving of Wells coming soon!
| Daughter of the Windswept Hills (The Deeds of Peregrine and Blade) |
by A. S. Warwick
$0.00, 44 pages, 4.0 out of 5.0 (1 review), #40 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Fantasy > Anthologies & Short Stories
The wild, windswept hill country that the Aedring call home is a place only the hardy survive. Those that live there are a breed apart; stubborn, fiercely independent and savage, resisting all attempts to conquer them. One of those is Fianna, a young woman who some day shall be known as Peregrine.
While undertaking her rites of initiation into her clan, Fianna stumbles upon lowland raiders, starting her on a course that will forever change her life. To break the initiation means banishment. To not could spell the destruction of her clan.
Daughter of the Windswept Hills is a 50 page, 11750 word novelette, the first in The Deeds of Peregrine and Blade sword and sorcery short fiction series.
| The Merchant's Legacy (The Chronicles of the White Bull) |
by A. S. Warwick
$0.00, 46 pages, 4.0 out of 5.0 (1 review), #36 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Fantasy > Anthologies & Short Stories
In a dying world, in the ruins of a once great empire, where relentless drought grips the land and deserts encroach, bandits and beasts plague those seeking to survive.
Fear is commonplace, and suspicion and mistrust of the unknown, all of which falls heavily on Nhaqosa the white minotaur who walks the long roads seeking his way home, a stranger to the world he finds himself in, even when he seeks to aid those sore oppressed by the troubles of the land. An encounter with a band of bandits, and the captive they hold, may change all of that.
The Merchant’s Legacy is a 52 page, 12,300 word novelette, the second in The Chronicles of the White Bull short fiction series.
| Deep-Spire |
by Sam J. Charlton, Tim Burton
$0.00, 143 pages, 4.0 out of 5.0 (1 review), #325 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Fantasy > Coming of Age
DEEP-SPIRE is a prequel novella to the Palâdnith Chronicles Epic Fantasy series - a tale of duty, choice and self-discovery.
Belythna Arran is a sorceress. She is one of the Sentorân, an order charged with the protection of Palâdnith - a land that has seen too much blood-shed in its history. She pledged, at the age of thirteen, to dedicate her life to the Sentorân - but as the years pass she begins to realise that the walls of Deep-Spire, the order's stronghold, have become a prison.
Once, powerful and respected, the order has fallen into stagnation. The rulers of Palâdnith no longer seek their council, and the people view the sorcerers with distrust. However, the greatest threat to the Sentorân, and everything they stand for, comes from within.
Riadamor, an ambitious young sorceress, rebels against the order. Her act is a catalyst for a series of events that bring the Sentorân to the edge of doom.
Belythna, who entered the order at the same time as Riadamor, struggles to come to terms with a changing world, and her place in it. As Deep-Spire edges towards war, she must decide who she really is, and where her loyalties lie.
DEEP-SPIRE sets the scene for the first novel in the Palâdnith Chronicles, JOURNEY OF SHADOWS (Shortlisted for the Sir Julius Vogel Awards, 2014). Get a FREE Kindle copy of JOURNEY OF SHADOWS by signing up for the author's newsletter: samjcharlton.com/newsletter.html
| The Fargoer (The Fargoer Chronicles Book 1) |
by Petteri Hannila, Anthony Farnden
$0.00, 206 pages, 3.9 out of 5.0 (39 reviews), #1 in > Literature & Fiction > World Literature > Scandinavian
In a time when Viking warriors prowl the land and riches of the far south are in the reach of the powerful, young Vierra is building foundations for her life.
But fate is about to deal her an unfortunate hand, as both men and spirits attempt to take away everything Vierra holds dear. She is to become the Fargoer: one who wanders across the known world for her destiny. With a will of iron and sharp wit, she will not give up until the very last of her resources have been spent.
Powers both natural and supernatural are in constant motion. Can Vierra find her way in times if turmoil, overcome the numerous adversities and enemies she is pitted against, and claim what is rightfully hers?
"A clever mix of history and legend... The Fargoer is a remarkable adventure." -L.F. Falconer-
| The Wanderer's Tale: Esmor |
by Rex Foote
$0.00, 192 pages, 3.8 out of 5.0 (4 reviews), #117 in > Teen & Young Adult > Literature & Fiction > Action & Adventure
Power. Prestige. Duty.
Esme Lane never asked for any of these, or the magic she was born with. She never signed up to be a mage, a sworn protector of the Kingdom of Esmor. And with every passing day spent indoors earning her robes, she yearns more and more for divine intervention to whisk her away from home—for good.
So when her childhood friend Hark suggests a trip to Mymt Lagoon to sate her hunger for adventure, she jumps at the opportunity and sets off for the wild.
But most of Esmor remains wild and untamed, and untold dangers lurk beyond the safety of Caladaria’s walls. When a fearsome denizen of the Skittering Dark slaughters a rescue patrol and forces Esme and Hark far beyond the possibility of returning home, the only way to go is forward, into the unknown. But their journey is harried at every turn by mercenaries, ferocious beasts, and the machinations of Esme’s own parents, and if magical Overdraw doesn’t claim her life first, Esme’s growing love for Hark just might.
| Warrior on the Edge of Memory (The Tale of Azaran Book 1) |
by Zackery Arbela
$0.00, 198 pages, 3.5 out of 5.0 (3 reviews), #110 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Fantasy > Sword & Sorcery
What would you do to find the secrets of your past?
Azaran is a man without memory. Pulled from the ocean and put in chains, he remembers nothing of his past beyond his name...and the magical runes branded on his chest that make him faster and stronger then ordinary men. Desperate and confused, he is thrust into a world where the strong prey upon the weak, while hidden masters drive all before them towards an apocalypse of blood and fire.
With a band of escaped slaves and freedom fighters at his back, Azaran leads a revolution. He will face overwhelming odds, he will face overwheming odds as he travels to the edge of memory...where the darkness of his past awaits.
Warrior on the Edge of Memory is the first book of The Tale of Azaran fantasy series. If you like sword and sorcery action and adventure in the vein of Conan the Barbarian, set in a fantastical universe of magic, mayhem and heroism, then you will love Zackery Arbela's latest series.
Buy Warrior on the Edge of Memory and join the adventure today!
| Flight of the Krilo |
by Sam Ferguson, Jimmy Ling
$0.00, 200 pages, 3.5 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #10 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Fantasy > Myths & Legends > Norse & Viking
Persecuted for their unique magical abilities which allow their entire race to read minds, the Krilo have moved from place to place along the southern continent looking for peace. Sometimes these moves came after ridicule. Other times they were forced migrations at the bloody hands of intolerant settlements too afraid to try and understand the Krilo.
It has taken them centuries to find a place to call home, but all of that is about to change.
The Varvarr, a powerful race of nomadic barbarians, has found them. Worse than that, the Varvarr despise the Krilo. The peace-seeking Krilo are small and weak compared to the Varvarr, and they worship strange gods. Tensions flare as the two civilizations realize they cannot coexist in the same region. The Krilo have nowhere else to run, and the Varvarr are determined to crush each and every one of the mind-reading Krilo.
| Codex of Light |
by E.P. Stein, Luciano Fleitas
$0.00, 258 pages, 3.0 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #20 in > Literature & Fiction > Action & Adventure > Fantasy
Long ago, the Silver Empire brought an end to the Kingdom of Lumin, and drove the Lumineans from their high city of Tashavet. Still true to their traditions however, the Lumineans have not been undone. They live among the Dan’din of the new Imperial Commonwealth, keeping hidden the few, precious codices which hold the secrets to the powers of the Divine.
Young Dallet has been studying his whole life to become a cleric of the Divine, and dreams of one day marrying his childhood sweetheart and taking over the care of the Luminean Shrine in his small town of Zelf. In order to be initiated on this path he will need to read one of the ancient codices under the guidance of an experienced cleric. It is an honor, although a surprise, when he is tasked with transporting one such codex across the Bereaved Desert to the capital city of Brass Gates. The journey will prove to be treacherous, and Dallet’s oath to protect the Codex of Light, even unto death, will prove to be a challenge that tests all of the values Dallet has ever held to be sacred.
| Beastslayer : Rise of the Rgnadon |
by Chris Turner
$0.00, 293 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #71 in > Literature & Fiction > Action & Adventure > Fantasy
Saeth. A word barely kept lingering on the tongue of even the bravest warrior. The name of an age darkest to humankind. An age of sorcerers and far-flung magic.
But a time no better for the making of heroes...
Two chieftain brothers lock swords in battle. Attacked by winged foes from the sky, the two sworn enemies are forced with a few surviving warriors, to take refuge in a beast-haunted mountain.
In the shadowy land of Darfala, refuge is scarce, terrors many. Can the warriors work together to survive the chilling secrets of the mountain...and the ultimate menace, far darker...an old terror brewed by the lizard-men of lost Xatu?
A heroic adventure in the tradition of Conan and Jurassic Park.
| Daughter of the Corpse King (Ascensions of Serenity Book 3) |
by JA Stone
$0.00, 399 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #128 in > Literature & Fiction > Horror > Dark Fantasy
This set-apart novel in the Ascensions of Serenity realm introduces the highly gifted disciples of Tholomere and the Companions known as the Mentals and the Metals. With them is silent Cayliss, Princess to the Fort Terran Crown. When assassins attack their compound high in the redwoods, and barbarians sack the city of Toramore leagues away, they must use their unique skills to fight, exact justice and retake the Throne.
| Led Astray (Wildstar Episodes Book 1) |
by Chris Weston
$0.00, 67 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #23 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Fantasy > Myths & Legends > Norse & Viking
Alana and Karlyn Wildstar are two bounty hunters always ready to take a job. Young women are disappearing from their homes when a mysterious bard arrives at the village. A grief-stricken father hires the sisters to track the missing girls and rescue his daughter.
The sisters take the assignment, but are not prepared for what they find. Trickery, lies, and illusions surround the case, hiding the true threat. There is a hunger waiting beneath the ground for the Wildstar sisters, and they must discover it before they are swallowed whole.
| Tales From Gaya: Mixing of Blood |
by Samo Mladič
$0.00, 510 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #85 in > Literature & Fiction > Action & Adventure > Fantasy
It was the year two hundred sixteen of the Age of No True Kings when the races of the High Alliance were once again forced together by times of need. Dwarves, Elves and Humans had grown apart in the previous two Ages but perhaps the returning threat will be enough to make them set aside their petty differences and face the true threat: The return of those who lurk in the shadows of the mountains and their hordes of death.
| The Pit (The Chronicles of the White Bull) |
by A. S. Warwick
$0.00, 25 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #20 in > Short Reads > 45 minutes (22-32 pages) > Science Fiction & Fantasy
In a dying world, in the ruins of a once proud empire that is in the grip of relentless drought, consumed by oncoming deserts and beset by bandits and monsters, life is cheap. Nowhere more so is it than in the gladiatorial pits, where men and woman are condemned to fight and die for the amusement of others.
Thrust into pits is Elad, a bitter, jaded knight who remembers better days, before the Empire fell in ruin. Against him is sent a creature unlike any he has seen before, for it comes not from his world; a giant bull-man. To fight it is to die, while escape and freedom is but a faint hope.
The Pit is a 27 page, 6200 word short story, the first in The Chronicles of the White Bull short fiction collection.
| Dragon of Torik |
by Floyd Looney
$0.00, 48 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #198 in > Short Reads > 90 minutes (44-64 pages) > Science Fiction & Fantasy
Short Story & Bonus Story
Four heroes run an errand for the Prince of Archlandia, heir to the throne, because the King is mad and cannot do the job himself. There is a report that the peppercorn workers of Torik are afraid to work because a dragon has appeared and people went missing. The prince has tasked the three large warriors and the slightly built archer to ferret out the truth of these reports. Alas, before they even arrive... trolls!
Marwyn the dwarf has a tough life at the bottom of the ladder, except for gnomes, as a servant to a mean old witch. Until he is approached about a mission to save someone from the clutches of a dragon.
| The Place We Do Not Go: A Wanderer's Tale Companion Story (The Companion Stories Book 1) |
by Rex Foote
$0.00, pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #56 in > Literature & Fiction > Action & Adventure > Fantasy
It had seemed a straightforward enough request—follow the wayward children until they grew tired of the wilderness, then bring the human girl home before the Elreni boy faced any hard consequences.
Given his many years of experience, though, Vulmer should have known it wouldn’t be so easy.
An unfortunate run-in with a raging Ohruin sent him tumbling through one of the open tears in the world, down into a damp, dank system of caverns and ruined cities where few now dared to venture—the Skittering Dark. Vile creatures were said to haunt these shadows, hulking brutes and devious cave-dwellers whose sole purpose was to drive any soul unfortunate to wander there absolutely mad.
Vulmer’s bid for the surface becomes doubly complicated when he comes across a young Elreni girl who has also found herself lost in the Skittering Dark, hopelessly confused in her search for her mother. Now it is up to Vulmer to keep himself and the girl safe while overcoming perilous monsters, ever-shifting obstacles, and haunted ruins where it is said some tortured souls still wander, ever in service to the darkness…
Join Vulmer in this first companion short story to the thrilling full-length novel, The Wanderer's Tale: Esmor.