Amazon rating:
4.6/5

Complete With Shipwreck (Paperback)

Sword & Scroll #1, an epic fantasy novel

Format: Paperback

SIGNED

$19.99

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The Council Houses may share a language, customs, and Gods, but that doesn’t mean peace.

Teacher Hoje Efukhur’s best friend broke Hoje’s heart by declaring war on the world, causing the deaths of tens of thousands. Warrior Nuho Kadza can’t forgive his once-beloved sister Siche for her actions on the battlefield. But now Siche is the warlord in charge, and there’s a new, dangerous enemy on the rise against her.

Nuho knows that a true hero must sometimes go to extraordinary lengths to protect the innocent. But when war threatens once more, the key to peace may be in the hands of the last villain. How much can Nuho and Hoje trust – or forgive – to protect their people?

Brimming with action, adventure, political intrigue, magic, love, and treachery, COMPLETE WITH SHIPWRECK is a high fantasy set in a richly-imagined, immersive ancient world that draws inspiration from East Asia and the Iroquois Confederacy. It’s a single-volume epic with likable, complex characters not easily forgotten.

For fans of Brandon Sanderson, Robin Hobb, Jeff Wheeler, Will Wight, and any fantasy lover who likes to read about bravery, joy, and unexpected love triumphing in a complicated world.

What Readers are Saying

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A brilliant, richly layered adventure [...] The mixture of carefully considered language and customs (that feel “authentic”) with personal conversation (that seems very contemporary), invites the reader to slip into this world like an inhabitant rather than a voyeur. For me, it was seamless. [...] This is a long book, and every moment of it was a joy to read.

Ulysses Grant Dietz, QueerSciFi.com reviewer

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It's a complex, many layered work of fiction that deals with everything from politics, family relationships, and cultural expectations. [...] This fantasy is for readers who enjoy the journey as much as the destination and I highly recommend it.

Joyfully Jay - LGBTQ Book Reviews and More

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It has been a long time since I have felt so engaged with the characters in a fantasy and so concerned with their welfare. This world building is excellent from costumes to social mores and encompasses alliance and betrayal and a fair dose of sword and sorcery.

Charles, Amazon reviewer

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Yes, there are bandits, betrayals, and, yes, actual and metaphorical shipwreck, but this book is also about the connections of the heart. [...] I love these people--even the villains--and found myself moved countless times to smiles, laughter, worry, and tears. They are people I want to spend more time with.

Morakot, Amazon reviewer

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"The novel at its core focuses on existential and very human matters like what makes a person a villain and if villains are meant to be truly bad people. [...] Definitely recommend the book to everyone!"

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