Here are six exciting Fantasy novels from genre author, Adam Drake. Four are from his ongoing Kingdom LitRPG series, as well as the first installment for two others - one a fantasy mystery, the other, a grim, dark fantasy.
A broken kingdom for a reluctant king.
Robert was content with his life as a night-shift janitor. No stress, no worries, and no responsibilities. But this idyllic existence is turned upside down when he suddenly finds himself trapped inside a fantasy Role Playing Game.
Confused and alone he must find a way to escape back to his own world and, more importantly, to his daughter. But to do that he must take up the biggest responsibility of all:
To rule a kingdom.
Book 1 - Kingdom Level One
Book 2 - Kingdom Level Two
Book 3 - Kingdom Level Three
Book 4 - Kingdom Level Four
The Big Bag of Infinite Cats
(An Infinite Cats' Mystery)
A baffling mystery of ancient magic
When a strange case of a detective being turned to stone stumps local police, retired investigator Mayra Beeweather is asked to assist. One of her tools of the trade is a magical bag which contains an infinite number of cats. Very special cats – each with a unique ability to aid in her investigation.
Yet, even with their help, Mayra may not solve the case in time, for she may be the next victim turned to stone.
(Bitch Berserker Book 1)
Trapped in a savage new reality!
I'm a kind and gentle person.
Or should I say, I was...
As an interstellar surveyor, my job is to find and explore new star systems at the very fringes of humankind's reach. There are no conflicts, or even stress – it's simply a career which allows me to quietly drift through the cosmos, enjoying its endless beauty.
Then I found myself trapped on a world like no other. Dark, bloody and brutal, I had to adapt quickly to this new reality, or me and my crew would never get a chance to escape. My life quickly morphed from one of peace, to one of pure savagery.
And as I carved a blood-soaked path across this realm of carnage, there was one horrifying fact about myself I needed to confront:
Learning to kill was easy, but learning not to love it so much... now that's hard.