Wednesday, May 14, 2014

"Fae - the Wild Hunt," by Graham Austin-King

This full-length, highly-rated fantasy has a special price of 99 cents -- for today only!

Fae - The Wild Hunt, by Graham Austin-King
Price: $0.99
349 pages, with a 4.4-star rating from 17 reviews

"The action is great, the suspense is well done and the Fae are truly scary. Graham Austin-King creates an interesting and varied world populated by real people who live in hard times." - Leanne Ellis, Bloody Cake News

"Wonderfully written, captures the imagination and totally transports into a world rich in character and as dark as night." - L. Gallagher

"Fantastic detail and an enthralling, gritty plot. It all comes together fantastically at the end and I was left wanting more. Lovers of fantasy, this is your book!" - Andrew

Fairies... The Fae... The stuff of bedtime stories and fables.

But sometimes the fairy tales are true. Sometimes they hold a warning...

For a hundred generations the Fae have been locked away from the world, in the cold, the Outside. They have faded out of sight and mind into myth and folklore, but now the barriers are weakening and they push against the tattered remnants of the wyrde as they seek a way to return.

As a new religion spreads across the world, sweeping the old ways and beliefs away before it, a warlike people look across the frozen ocean towards the shores of Anlan, hungry for new lands. War is coming, even as the wyrde of the Droos is fading.

Only by realising the truth lost in a child's tale will the world hope to withstand the wild hunt.

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Meet the Author

Graham Austin-King began his writing with children's stories to entertain his children when walking them to and from school. When he started getting demands to repeat the same story over and over again he decided to write them down.

Liam and the Grump was soon followed by Captain Pegleg and the Greatest Treasure.

Fantasy is the genre which has always appealed to him, a result of reading too many books and playing too many roleplaying games and computer games. Having weaned himself on Tolkein he cut his teeth on David Eddings and Raymond E. Feist.

Finally the keyboard beckoned, there were worlds to create.

Graham lives in Kent in England with his wife and three younger children.


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