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By Saskia V. Burmeister
By Saskia V. Burmeister
By Mike Mignola,Guy Davis,Karl Moline,Richard Corben,Ben Stenbeck
By James. W. Tremé
By Alan Burt Akers
Dray Prescot is introduced headlong right into a brand-new sequence of adventures upon the planet of Kregen, that impressive and lovely, mystical and bad international 400 light-years away underneath the Suns of Scorpio. a brand new lifestyles opens for Dray, yet that new existence is cruelly various from all he anticipated and dreamed, hurling him into clean event and possibility between peoples and locations some distance faraway from these he understands and loves.
Dray Prescot's saga has been aclaimed because the most sensible planetary experience sequence when you consider that Burroughs stopped writing approximately Barsoom.
Manhounds of Antares:
Will Dray Prescot be ready to stay a prince of proud Vallia or will he develop into simply one other human sufferer of the hunters and manhounds of the mysterious Southern Continent? for that's the enigmatic destiny that the big name Lords have by surprise faced him with. they need anyone free of the terrified pack of human prey between whom Prescot reveals himself. yet who it truly is and the way it truly is to be performed, they've got left to Dray to paintings out...
Arena of Antares:
Never a guy to go away whatever part performed, Dray Prescot is aware his job at the mysterious continent of Havilfar is much from whole. There are merciless conquerors to be overthrown, the pursuit of the manhounds and their masters to proceed, and there's the feared area. Can he live to tell the tale the lifetime of a gladiator opposed to the killers and monsters of a spoiled queen whereas the big name Lords look forward to his venture to continue?
Fliers of Antares:
Dray Prescot confronts his so much baffling activity whereas he's a hunted and harried wanderer of the continent of Havilfar. That job is to find the capacity wherein the plane of that continent's so much complicated civilization function. Prescot isn't any scientist, yet satisfy his job he needs to or he'll by no means go back to the princess and native land he has gained. So, for Dray Prescot there's yet one path. With a complete continent opposed to him, with time itself conspiring to draw back him, the secrets and techniques of an unknown technology needs to be made his...
By Rati Mehrotra
An order of magical-knife wielding girl assassins brings either peace and chaos to their post-apocalyptic international during this bewitching mixture of technological know-how fiction and epic fantasy—the first access in a debut duology that screens the inventiveness of the works of Sarah Beth Durst, Marie Lu, and S. J. Kincaid.
Kyra is the youngest Markswoman within the Order of Kali, a hugely proficient sisterhood of elite warriors armed with telepathic blades. Guided through a strict code of behavior, Kyra and the opposite Orders are sworn to guard the folk of Asiana. yet to be a Markswoman, an acolyte needs to repudiate her former lifestyles thoroughly. Kyra has pledged to take action, but she secretly harbors a fierce wish to avenge her lifeless family.
When Kyra’s liked mentor dies in mysterious conditions, and Tamsyn, the strong, harmful Mistress of psychological Arts, assumes regulate of the Order, Kyra is pressured at the run. utilizing one of many unusual delivery Hubs which are remnants of Asiana’s long-lost previous, she reveals herself within the unforgiving desert of wilderness that's domestic to the Order of Khur, the single Order composed of guys. between them is Rustan, a tender, disappointed Marksman whom she quickly befriends.
Kyra is sure that Tamsyn dedicated homicide in a twisted bid for strength, yet she has no evidence. And if she fails to discover it, fails in her quest to maintain her cherished Order from following Tamsyn down a dismal course, it may possibly spell the start of the tip for Kyra—and for Asiana.
But what she doesn’t become aware of is that the road among justice and vengeance is razor skinny . . . skinny because the blade of a knife.
By E. T. A. Hoffmann
By Tod Davies,Mike Madrid
By Neil Gaiman,Tobias Schnettler
By Cindy Büscher