I received this wonderful Ebook review copy! I have heard nothing but great things about this book. Been wanting to read this one for a while now. Thanks Mechanical Muse publications ! I can’t wait to read and review!
Is out NOW!
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BUY HERE: Champions of Aetaltis
More than three hundred years have passed since the fall of the Atlan Alliance, and the people of Aetaltis have finally brought order to their fractured world. Fledgling nations have grown into powerful kingdoms, thriving merchant states have re-established old trade routes, and the priests of the Enaros have rebuilt their great temples.
But in this time of hope, the shadow of an ancient evil has emerged from the darkness to threaten the world once again.
Discover a new world of adventure in this collection of pulse-pounding stories written by some of the greatest fantasy authors alive. From the vine enshrouded ruins of a lost jungle temple to the seedy back alleys of the villainous city of Port Vale, experience the thrill of heroic fantasy with these gripping tales of action and adventure.
Table of Contents (470 Pages)
- Mother of Catastrophes by Erin M. Evans
- My Doom May Come Soon by Ed Greenwood
- The Bridge by Larry Correia
- Ashes of Victory by Elizabeth A. Vaughan
- Tower of the Golden God by Steven S. Long
- Bellar’s Thorn by Jean Rabe
- The Warlady’s Daughter by Lucy A. Snyder
- Upon Reflection by Aaron Rosenberg
- A Whole Hearted Halfling by Melanie Meadors
- Vendetta by Richard Lee Byers
- True Monsters by John Helfers
- Books Are No Good by Cat Rambo
- The Secret of the Holy Crystal by Marc Tassin
- The Undercity Job by Dave Gross
- A Deeper Darkness by David Farland
- Never a Moon So Bright by Elaine Cunningham
- The Wailing Temple by Mel Odom
A new heroic fantasy anthology, CHAMPIONS OF AETALTIS, which includes stories by bestselling and award winning authors including David Farland, Lucy Snyder, Larry Correia, Ed Greenwood, Cat Rambo, Richard Lee Byers, Elizabeth Vaughan, and many more. The stories in this collection all take place in the world of Aetaltis, created by Marc Tassin and also used as a setting for his role playing games from Mechanical Muse.