Archon's Gate: The Pelacia Chronicles

Overview

Six years have passed since the end of the Third Necromancer War. But the lands have not known peace in the interim. With the king of Palimdom in failing health, and no clear heir, a brutal struggle for the throne has ripped the nation apart. And in recent months, a series of raids by Kobold soldiers is threatening to bring open warfare back to the entire continent.

The Unity Counsel has sent Elac and his friends to stop the raids and bring order back to the lands. Their task is...

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Overview

Six years have passed since the end of the Third Necromancer War. But the lands have not known peace in the interim. With the king of Palimdom in failing health, and no clear heir, a brutal struggle for the throne has ripped the nation apart. And in recent months, a series of raids by Kobold soldiers is threatening to bring open warfare back to the entire continent.

The Unity Counsel has sent Elac and his friends to stop the raids and bring order back to the lands. Their task is made more difficult by encounters with strange, deadly creatures straight out of ancient mythology, which adds to the growing chaos on the Pelacian Continent.

Elac, Jayrne, Rilen, and the others race to solve the enigma of these incidents, a quest that will lead to a confrontation with a vile, evil power from a distant land. If they cannot shut down Archon's Gate, the sinister forces that struggle against them will destroy their world.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780615583914
  • Publisher: Scott Gamboe
  • Publication date: 1/28/2012
  • Pages: 310
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.65 (d)

Meet the Author

Scott was born and raised in Peoria, IL. After a year of college, he joined the Army, where he spent four years as a paratrooper in the 82nd Airborne Division. While there, he parachuted into Panama during Operation Just Cause, and spent 8 months in Saudi Arabia and Iraq as part of Operation Desert Shield / Desert Storm. After leaving the military, he obtained an Associates Degree in Police Science and a B.A. in Criminal Justice. He has spent the last 14 years as a police officer with the Peoria County Sheriff's Department, where he currently serves as a crime scene investigator and a traffic accident reconstructionist. He is the author of three traditionally published novels. The Killing Frost (science fiction, 2006), The Piaras Legacy (epic fantasy, 2008), and New Dawn Rising (sequel to Frost, 2009) were all released by Medallion Press. He also has two self-published ebooks. Martyr's Inferno, a police thriller, was released in 2010, while Archon's Gate was released in 2012 as a sequel to The Piaras Legacy.
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