Eight authors. Eight novels. Eight entry points into fresh, new fantasy worlds.
If you’re a fan of epic fantasy, sword and sorcery, dark fantasy, or just good old adventure stories, you’ll want to pick up this bundle and prepare yourself for hours of enjoyable reading. T
The Book of Deacon by Joseph Lallo
A war has gripped Myranda's land for generations, but the chance discovery of a mysterious sword may set her on the path to restore peace once and for all.
The Emperor’s Edge by Lindsay Buroker
He’s the empire’s most notorious assassin. She's a protocol-quoting enforcer. They're an unlikely team, but somebody has to save the city. . .
The God Decrees by Mark E. Cooper
Julia is a nineteen year old Olympic gymnast training hard for the upcoming Games, when she’s summoned by a wizard to save his people.
Defender by Robert J. Crane
Someone is stealing weapons of unlimited power, and only Sanctuary stands between the world of Arkaria and total destruction.
Draykon by Charlotte E. English
Shy Llandry Sanfaer finds herself at the center of a sensation when she discovers a new and mesmerizing gemstone. Unraveling its mysteries may change Llandry's life—and her world—forever.
Fire & Ice by Patty Jansen
Blinded by his desire for revenge, a sorcerer unleashes a force that he needs fellow magicians to control, but no other magicians are keen to help him.
Lost City by Jeffrey Poole
The mysterious appearance of a large mark on young dwarf's back has fueled speculation that it's a treasure map in disguise. Five dwarves and one dragon band together to try and solve the most cryptic treasure hunt anyone has ever seen.
Reversion: The Inevitable Horror by J Thorn
Samuel arrives in a forest littered with caution tape and artifacts of the deceased. He struggles to regain his memory and outrun the ominous cloud eating away at his world before it collapses upon itself. Samuel must escape the reversion before it’s too late.
1/2 were really good
Anthologies are always hit or miss.