Trollbreaker

Author: Michael Kanuckel

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Long Ago and far away....At the end of the First Age, when gods still walked the earth, the dwarves stole the secrets of flame and steel from the god of fire. With it, they saw everything that was and would be and forged nine weapons- one to represent each mortal race of the earth, and the gods. Nine weapons they forged, and then buried their wisdom and the flame of the gods in the heart of the world... for some powers were never meant to be known by mortal men....On Vondellius, continent founded by a thief, the stalemate in a generations-long war is about to be broken. Two mighty kingdoms strive for supremacy- one through conquest, the other through even more devious intrigues... And in the middle sets the kingdom of d'Haventh, a green jewel in a rusted iron setting.Destinies intertwined, beliefs and magics dancing on the edge of a silver knife... here, in Trollbreaker, begins a saga harkening back to the days of epic fantasy and high adventure- of kings and usurpers, rogues and heroes.

Black Tar

Author: Michael Kanuckel

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First Contact has been made, and the visitor has an appetite for flesh. Somewhere below the loneliest road in America, a top-secret organization held captive the deadliest threat the human race has even known and now . . . it has escaped The fate of the world rests in the hands of a disillusioned master of Linguistics, the crippled son of a dead physicist, and his best friend - a nice girl with a bad attitude. Together, they just might be able to save mankind from certain doom: all they have to do is untangle a web of government secrets and decipher the schematics for a mysterious superweapon. Because Black Tar is out there. It feeds, it grows . . . and we're all on the menu. From Michael Kanuckel, author of Agent White, Eat-the-dead Fred, Winter's Heart, Trollbreaker, and one of the hero bards of the Straight to Video saga, comes this rollicking sci-fi adventure that explodes from the page as if it were playing out on the silver screen. Featuring an introduction from Russell Mulcahy, the director of Highlander.