Full Price Books 10/06/2013 Sci Fi & Fantasy

It is the sixteenth year of Queen Victoria’s rule and only one land remains beyond the reach of her unbeatable ironclad navy and Dragon Corps. But a young dragon rider’s journey is about to change the fate of the elusive Yamato Empire forever. The deluxe edition of the first four books of the “Year of the Dragon” best-selling historical fantasy saga, containing the entire Crimson Robe arc: Book 1: The Shadow of Black Wings Book 2: The Warrior’s Soul Book 3: The Islands in the Mist Book 4: The Rising Tide This deluxe edition contains also a short story “Birkenhead Drill”, a full glossary of foreign words, list of characters, the map of the land of Gwynedd and a chronology of the world.Sci Fi & Fantasy

 

 

After a mysterious ritual fusing Bran’s soul with that of an ancient warrior, he, the wizardess Sato and the shrine apprentice Nagomi flee Kiyo, pursued by the Yamato authorities – and by the associates of a shadowy figure in Crimson Robe. Their quest – to find Bran’s captured dragon and discover the whereabouts of Sato’s abducted father. Meanwhile in Qin, the Rebellion spreads dangerously close to the old capital and only Dylan and his Second Regiment of Royal Marines stand between the rebel army and the vital trade port of Huating. A detailed and fast-paced historical fantasy based around the turbulent opening of Japan to the West in the middle of the 19th century, “The Warrior’s Soul” is the second volume in “The Year of the Dragon” saga. The third volume, “The Islands in the Mist”, is expected in Autumn 2012.Sci Fi & Fantasy

 

 

Guided by the mysterious samurai, Bran and the girls reach the fabled shrine of Kirishima, where his dragon is held. But other forces are also keen to put their hands on the prize… The Black Wings have landed, and Edo is in turmoil. So is Kiyo, after the recent disturbing events. Doshin Koyata receives a strange red signal in his dreams… In Qin, Dylan trains an army of volunteers to stop the onslaught of the Rebels, with the help of an old Admiral – who seems to know many secrets…Sci Fi & Fantasy

 

 

The thrilling conclusion to the hunt for the Crimson Robe in the fourth volume of the best-selling historical fantasy saga, “The Year of the Dragon”. Bran, Sato and Nagomi embark on the final stage of their chase, aided by the last of the were-bears of Chinzei and the powerful and cunning Lord Nariakira of Satsuma. After the Battle of Shanglin, Wulfhere of Warwick finds himself an unlikely hero, while Dylan begins to have second thoughts over his role in the war. The wind from Edo brings tidings of war and oncoming Darkness. The sacred islands of Yamato are no longer safe beyond their barrier of winds and waves.Sci Fi & Fantasy

A promise to save her brother’s soul unearths a conspiracy she was not prepared for… Arieana’s brother has been murdered by her own people in a world not their own. Forced into breaking ancient law, she ventures into the human realm in search of her brother’s soul. Once she steps through the Veil, she realizes the renegades are up to more than just punishing a few humans. They want to destroy the race itself. Forced to forge an unlikely alliance with the very race responsible for the storms tearing her world apart, she finds out more of her past than the elders want. With the war started, each clue they uncover leads them closer to the first of the elemental relics, and a chance to save mankind. Together they must work side by side to stop the renegades… Before time runs out for both worlds.Sci Fi & Fantasy

 

 

Sergeant Troy Black goes on a routine mission, but a betrayal sends him crashing into an ambush, which gets his unit killed and leaves him the sole survivor. Stranded on a moon, with the military outpost a distance away and his oxygen almost depleted, he needs to find his way back to exact revenge on those that betrayed him, and find out what’s going on with the sudden bug infestation. Will Troy get to the base before his oxygen runs out and get his revenge?Sci Fi & Fantasy

 

 

Everett is a down-on-his-luck magical tradesman just trying to make a living. He has manifested the seven spells required to earn the rank of Journeyman Magicker, but few of his spells are useful enough to earn coin, and when he does manage to find work, he is often paid in farm produce. His life is simple, ponderous, and unexciting. Then, almost miraculously, he manifests an eighth spell: Beautiful Woman, come forth! And this is when his troubles truly begin. Potatoes, Come Forth! is a fantasy novel of 89,400 words or approximately 357 pages.Sci Fi & Fantasy

 

 

Drobania is on the verge of a rebellion. The leader of the rebel forces is a great warrior named Todel and was once the comander of the empire’s elite guard unit, The Protectors. The rebels have been raiding the lands of neighboring countries in hopes of embroiling Drobania in war, allowing them to take over. In order to stop the rebellion it’s decided by Drobania’s Queen and Council that the best way to end it is to eliminate their leader. A small band of soldiers is sent to the mountains to find Todel, who is unmatched in battle, and kill him. The man in charge of this band, Taidyn, is the current commander of The Protectors, and the only man capable of killing their former leader. Though Taidyn reluctantly accepts his orders, he is unsure if he is able to complete his mission. The reason….Todel is his father. Will Taidyn be able to kill his father? Or will he succumb to his temptations and join his father’s fight against the empire? Taidyn will embark on a mission to save not only the empire, but himself.Sci Fi & Fantasy

 

 

Mad. Brutal. Unpredictable. And those are their good points. Vicious. Hateful. Foul-mouthed and bad tempered… He-Dog and Balless are all of these and more but, as mercenaries go, they are not without some merit. After accepting a mission that no one wanted, He-Dog and Balless travel the treacherous Lands of the South to the glittering city of Foust. There, they find the fabled walls under a massive Beastman siege. No one in their right mind would try to get past an army of Beastmen. But He-Dog, Balless, and their companions aren’t in their right minds. Getting into Foust is utter madness. Getting out will get them killed.Sci Fi & Fantasy

 

 

From the author of “Mountain Man,” “The Missing Boatman,” and “The Bear That Fell From The Stars,” comes a novella of short horror fiction. Four tales best read at night, during a storm, and all alone in the house. Eat–– Ricky “The Juggernaut” Mobera is a woman chasing, eating champion. He is on top of his game, and seemingly unstoppable in the world of competitive eating. That is, until he enters the one competition, where the ultimate prize is life. Expansion–– In Wolfville, Nova Scotia, all electricity dies at the same moment in time. What begins as a history lesson on world wars, quickly escalates into something more, where no one will survive. Ye Old Fishing Hole–– Driven by financial woes, a father travels to a pond in remote wilderness, hidden from civilization. He seeks to make a pact to solve all of his monetary troubles. The only thing he must do is drop a hook, and land the biggest catch of them all. The Hospital–– Augustus Berry is a survivor in undead suburbia. He scavenges what he can from what’s left over. He is very careful in what he does and where he goes, taking no chances, no unnecessary risks, and weighing every choice… until he decides to visit the hospital at the edge of town, and experiences terror the likes he’s never encountered before. Cauldron Gristle is a horror/dark fiction novella consisting of 4 short stories. Approx. 34k words, or 113 pages. (Warning: contains graphic violence and language)Sci Fi & Fantasy

 

 

Strength. Honor. Death. Once every year, in the city of Sunja, gladiators meet within the arena known as Sunja`s Pit. Men such as Baylus, Goll, and Halm enter for the lure of fortune. Others enter for the fame. And some simply for the fight. The games continue for days, until a champion is finally crowned. Or all who are involved perish. This is blood sport at its finest. At its worst. At its longest. 131 Days. NOTE: this is a novella of approx 130 pages, or 39k words. Some language and graphic violence. First book of a series.Sci Fi & Fantasy

 

 

They have been visiting Earth for centuries. They have taken us at will. But they have just taken the wrong man. Jimmu Kuma Kazaka is a ninja sent to kill a man in feudal Japan. On the night he decides to strike, his life, and his world, are forever changed. Alien scientists from across the cosmos, abduct and place Kazaka in deep storage for centuries. When they revive him with the intent to subject him to extraterrestrial evisceration, the ninja escapes. The shadow warrior then begins to hunt his captors, one by one, leading up to a battle that will shake the galaxy. The Bear That Fell From the Stars A different kind of alien terror. NOTE: This is a Novella of approx. 20,000 words, or about 60 pages.Science Fiction Fantasy and not hard SciFi. Some scenes of graphic violence.Sci Fi & Fantasy

 

 

A warrior with a secret. A band of cutthroats. And a monster of legend. Battle rusty from the war infirmaries, a company of Sujins, the heavy infantry of Sunja, march north. They guard a mysterious koch destined for another land. Whipped by the murderous Rusk the Two Knife and led by the enigmatic Bloor, the only cavalier to survive the Field of Skulls, they will march into the unknown, and arrive at the teeth of hell. And only one man will possess the skills to bring the survivors back. A tale of heroic fantasy. Some graphic violence and language.Sci Fi & Fantasy