The Chronicles of Edenos continue in CHILDREN OF WAR.
Set on the distant planet of Edenos, far into the future, the human race has found a new home.
But they are not alone…
Following on from the cataclysmic events at the end of THE VENGEANCE PATH (Nominated for the Edinburgh International Book Festival’s First Book Award 2013; Amazon Kindle Steampunk Top 5 bestseller), our heroes are scattered across the vast Hattavahn Empire, as civil war erupts all around them.
The province of House Yulano has been conquered by the traitorous industrial power of House Krakelis. The surviving Yulano family have been captured and incarcerated in Keep Krakelis. Meanwhile, the exiled Yulano lord, Nessan, a vagrant monk struggling to rediscover his purpose, is on a mission to reclaim his homeland, at the head of a ragtag force of allies. But he is a marked man and the Nazvishii Erisain follow him wherever there are shadows…
All hope seems lost.
As war rips apart the bonds of friendship and brotherhood, ancient powers are awakening across the land. The near-extinct kindred races of the Azanarii and the Nazvishii, both obsessed with destroying the other, are about to do battle once more, thousands of years after their atomic conflict almost destroyed the planet.
Heroes will fall, villains will rise, and all will be Children of War!
Published 2nd July 2015 as ebook exclusively on the Amazon Kindle Store: £3.50 Published by Thistle In The Kiss
All illustrations by Culprit Tech
About The Author
Andrew Jamieson was born in Derby, in the East Midlands of England but has lived in Edinburgh, Scotland, since 2002. An art college graduate, he has been working on the Chronicles of Edenos for fifteen years. Describing his route to published author as an ‘odyssey of crappy jobs and happy accidents’, Andrew’s debut novel, The Vengeance Path, was nominated for the Edinburgh International Book Festival’s prestigious First Book Award 2013. The Vengeance Path has since gone on to feature regularly in the Amazon Kindle Steampunk Top 100 Bestseller chart, ranking as high as Fifth.
Andrew is, by his own admission, a geek. He is a keen enthusiast of Games Workshop, Dungeons and Dragons, Transformers and Lego. Despite such pursuits, he finds himself happily married and the father of two young children. He works full-time looking after his children, and part-time as a care worker in a homeless hostel.
Andrew cites his literary influences as Frank Herbert, J.R.R. Tolkien, Terry Pratchett, Clive Barker and Thomas Wharton.
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