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Thread Slivers

Golden Threads Trilogy - Book 1
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by Leeland Artra  PH Philippines

January 10, 2016   |    1,437 reads    |   0 comments

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Thread Slivers (book) by Leeland ArtraThe world is driven by wizards, gods, and an imperial space marine 20,000 years into our future. Fame-hungry female mercenary Ticca is willing to skirt the edges of her warrior's code if it brings her the fame she desires. Her hopes of making a name for herself by spying on assassins are dashed when she's forced to kill the assassin she was hired to watch.

Lebuin is a rich journeyman mage who's just discovered his new rank involves actual journeying. He hires Ticca to help him advance to master and return to a life of comfort as quickly as possible. He's willing to spend all he has to make it happen, but the mage and his mercenary get much more than they bargained for.

Trapped in the crossfire of a vast power game, Ticca and Lebuin must survive a battle between rulers, guilds, and gods. In a land of magic and technology, they'll need to give everything to keep the world and themselves in one piece.

Thread Slivers is the first book in an epic fantasy/speculative sci-fi trilogy set in a distant future. If you like heroic, humorous, and exotic characters in a world that mixes elements of paranormal and hard sci-fi, then you'll love this beautiful, original, and thought-provoking adventure.

About The Author

I tend write epics in science fiction and fantasy primarily. However, I have done some shorts in dark fantasy, fantasy comedy, science fiction comedy, and role playing gaming modules. After over twenty years of thinking I should publish I finally got myself organized and seriously started forging my notes into complete books. I haven’t had time yet to hammer out any of my short stories as I am spending all my spare time working on my larger stories. You can follow up on any of my works here as I will keep this site up to date on my projects, their progress, and eventually where they were... more

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