Slaibron: A World Apart

Slaibron: A World Apart

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by M.T. Sullivan
     
 
In pursuit of stardom, a talented underground boxer named Marcus Slaibron, stumbles into a chain of events that leave him unwillingly transported to another world. Determined to return to his wife and the place he calls home, Slaibron is challenged at every turn as he encounters the oddities of the primitive world known as Bleshand. Day and night transition in a

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In pursuit of stardom, a talented underground boxer named Marcus Slaibron, stumbles into a chain of events that leave him unwillingly transported to another world. Determined to return to his wife and the place he calls home, Slaibron is challenged at every turn as he encounters the oddities of the primitive world known as Bleshand. Day and night transition in a matter of seconds, creatures and species of both violent and peaceful nature are commonplace, magic is considered a reasonable tool for those able to utilize it, and a tyrant ruler by the name of Rathmus, objectifies and oppresses his people at will, apathetic to those victimized by the corruption within his land. Slaibron's love, loyalty, mind, will, and conscience are tested as he struggles to maintain a balance between selfish desires and that of those turning to him in the hopes of change. Can he ever reunite with his lost love? Or is this where he was meant to shine all along?

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781300442448
Publisher:
Lulu.com
Publication date:
11/25/2012
Sold by:
LULU PRESS
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
935 KB

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Slaibron: A World Apart 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Paulinest More than 1 year ago
This is definitely a very well written book, I know the author, and I am impressed he created this world of Slaibron. This book will keep you interested, and it's easy to feel like you are a part of the story. The characters are likeable, and they have their own interesting stories. The best part of the book is the conversations between the characters. It all feels real even though they are in a fantastical world.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
An exciting, humorous, and philosophically interesting read. The stories are creative and the characters are each their own. This seems tailor made for a transfer to film. Much to like here.