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131 Days: House of Pain (Book 3)

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The warriors comprising the House of Ten begin training under punishing mentors and a drink-loving taskmaster. Within the city of Sunja itself, Borchus works to establish a network of spies to aid the newly formed house’s cause. A vengeful Halm hunts down Skulljigger for bloody retribution. And house master Goll realizes one of his pit fighters possesses potential beyond everyone’s expectations.

All the while, shadowy elements conspire to make the Ten’s opening matches upon the sands also their last.
This is blood sport at its finest.
At its worst.
At its longest.

 

131 Days: House of Pain. Approximately 350 pages, or 126K words. Contains violence and some language.

 

 

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131 Days: TEN (Book 2)

Strength.
Honor.
Death.

Once every year, in the city of Sunja, gladiators meet within the arena known as Sunja’s Pit. Some men enter for the lure of fortune, some for the fame, and some simply for the fight. The games continue for days until a champion is finally crowned.

Or until all involved perish.

Four companions struggle to change their lives in and out of the arena as it becomes clear that to be a Free Trained pit fighter is to live with a mark on one’s head. And not everyone is pleased to learn of their plans, as the four warriors soon discover that the path to establishing a formal presence in the games, after the season has started, is infinitely more difficult than expected. All the while, unseen forces watch, waiting for the best time to strike at the companions and take everything that they have.

This is blood sport at its finest.
At its worst.
At its longest.

131 Days: Ten. Approximately 350 pages, or 126K words.

 

 

 

131 Days (Book 1)

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Strength.
Honor.
Death.

Once every year, in the city of Sunja, gladiators meet within the arena known as Sunja’s Pit.

Men such as Baylus, Goll, and Halm enter for the lure of fortune. Others enter for the fame. And some simply for the fight.

The games continue for days, until a champion is finally crowned. Or all who are involved perish.

This is blood sport at its finest. At its worst. At its longest.

131 Days.

NOTE: This is a novella of approx. 130 pages or 39,000 words.

 

 

 

 

White Sands, Red Steel

Mad.
Brutal.
Unpredictable.

And those are their good points.

Vicious. Hateful. Foul-mouthed and bad tempered… He-Dog and Balless are all of these and more but, as mercenaries go, they are not without some merit. After accepting a mission that no one wanted, He-Dog and Balless travel the treacherous Lands of the South to the glittering city of Foust. There, they find the fabled walls under a massive Beastman siege.

No one in their right mind would try to get past an army of Beastmen. But He-Dog, Balless, and their companions aren’t in their right minds.

Getting into Foust is utter madness. Getting out will get them killed.

Approx. 305 pages.

 

 

 

The Troll Hunter

 

A warrior with a secret.
A band of cutthroats.
And a monster of legend.

Battle rusty from the war infirmaries, a company of Sujins, the heavy infantry of Sunja, march north. They guard a mysterious koch destined for another land. Whipped by the murderous Rusk the Two Knife and led by the enigmatic Bloor, the only cavalier to survive the Field of Skulls, they will march into the unknown, and arrive at the teeth of hell.

And only one man will possess the skills to bring the survivors back.

A tale of heroic fantasy. Some graphic violence and language.

 

Approx. 493 pages. Also available on Kobo.