End of the World [NOOK Book]

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The day Lugh, Champion of the Sidhe, has long fought for finally manifests; all Sidhe unified under one Court. No more Light versus Dark. No more wars. Brothers, one and all. But on the day that should be celebrated as their greatest triumph, treachery brings his world crashing down, literally. Now if he can’t find a way to stop it no fey will survive.

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End of the World

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Overview

The day Lugh, Champion of the Sidhe, has long fought for finally manifests; all Sidhe unified under one Court. No more Light versus Dark. No more wars. Brothers, one and all. But on the day that should be celebrated as their greatest triumph, treachery brings his world crashing down, literally. Now if he can’t find a way to stop it no fey will survive.

Now includes bonus prequel In Whom You Trust

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940032837466
  • Publisher: Ravynheart Publishing
  • Publication date: 10/29/2011
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 101,572
  • File size: 2 MB

Meet the Author

Urban fantasy author. Chronicler of the fey. Addicted to Sidhe magic and vampire bites. Adventure junkie. Role-player. Soon will be launching "The Sidhe", a serialized Urban Fantasy adventure.
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  • Posted January 14, 2012

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    Start of a short story series, where the fey world crumbles around & they have to find how to live.

    We start this series of short stories with the opening of the Sidhe and fey world here. Things are about to change with an agreement between the Seelie and Unseelie fey. As Lugh stands his guard as champion of the Sidhe Jhaer, of the Unseelie Elite, attackes. Something goes wrong Lugh thinks its Jhaer with his Earth powers bringing down the building where their All-Mother Danu is. But it's something else that's wrong.

    This was a quick short read. An introduction to a fey world set away from the human world of technology. I read this one and had the feel of the starts of something more here. This felt like a few chapters at the beginning of a bigger book. Which the author has started three short story reads from this world.

    We meet Lugh and his fey realm, then watch it crumble around him leaving us wondering if he can find the needed items in time to save the few remaining fey and create a new realm for them to live in. And we get a brief introduction to Jhaer, but the story is from Lugh's view point.

    3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted January 11, 2012

    Outstanding Debut

    S. A. Archer's "The End of the World (Champion of the Sidhe)" is the first story in a series of short stories that all intertwine together. Archer has taken a unique approach to writing by treating each of the stories as an 'episode.' An interesting idea, and the length was just right to curl up and read the entire story in one sitting while piquing my interest for the next story.

    Lugh, Champion of the Sidhe has spent his life defending and protecting the Sidhe, or people of the mounds. He has gifted the otherwise dark subterranean dwellings with sunlight, also earning him the honor of being known as the Sun god.

    It is modern-day Ireland and a battle is threatening to brew below ground between two distinct groups of Sidhe: the Seelie and the Unseelie. Lugh is prepared to defend the realm at all costs against those that would interrupt the peaceful ceremony taking place inside the castle; an attempt to unify both Seelie and Unseelie. But something happens before the Court can be unified. A murder has taken place that threatens to destroy everything and everyone in the realm, and that is the beginning to a fantastic chain of events that sets this series off at an amazing pace.

    The story does not fail to entertain and Lugh seems to have his work cut out for him if he is to save what remains of the realm. The plot is action-filled and moves at a good pace. I'm always happy to see a new urban fantasy series and am looking forward to "the rest of the story."

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 9, 2014

    Cool

    Awesome story! Read the one i'm making at "quack" res 1, 2, and 3 please!

    (Btw my rating is for your story).

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 9, 2014

    Last man on earth/ info

    In the time of piece and a world with out violence lived a 15 year old boy name logan. He was happy with a family and friends. Then the days started getting darker and clouds roled in. Then alliens destroyed everything and they were also discised as humans. Every body was taken accept two people wich one doesnt come in til later. He spends a few weeks alone crying and wanting revenge on the archenemies. Near the five chapter a girl comse into his life then they train together on battle strategy and more. Later the story become pg 15. Near the end of the book they start the battle. Find out if they win or loose and right now you may think they win but you really dont know. They use i tech weapons and other heavy hitters. H and i forgot to mention the alliens come back and check or survivors. Wich is when logan and the girl name serena hide. Next res is book or chapter one. Please leave coments be honest take three out of the five stars for me to continue so three people who have three stars on the heading i will continue like shown above where the title is. I put thre stars.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 17, 2013

    escape

    I love this series quick fun reads

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