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The Man From Newella I: The Sheriff's Tale
     

The Man From Newella I: The Sheriff's Tale

by Brandon Hale
 

Welcome to the Crimson Age

On July 14, 2081, the sky rained blood, the animals turned against humanity, and the shadows learned how to walk the dead. It didn't take long for our fragile civilization to crumble.

That was the beginning of the Crimson Age, which lasted the better part of two decades. Life was tough in those days. Humanity was spiraling

Overview

Welcome to the Crimson Age

On July 14, 2081, the sky rained blood, the animals turned against humanity, and the shadows learned how to walk the dead. It didn't take long for our fragile civilization to crumble.

That was the beginning of the Crimson Age, which lasted the better part of two decades. Life was tough in those days. Humanity was spiraling downward and there seemed to be no way out.

Then he came.

Most people say he was from Newella, Earth's first lunar colony. Truth is, nobody really knows. Far as the world was concerned, he was nobody and he came from nowhere.

He came and he changed... everything.
...

The Sheriff's Tale is the exciting first story in the Man From Newella series. Each novella is designed to be fast and fun, able to be read in one to two sittings (this issue is around 20,000 words).

This series is about the early adventures of the man from Newella, before he became a legend.

So kick back and enjoy your time in the Crimson Age. Life's rough here, but it's never boring.

And remember, there's plenty more on the way. This is just the beginning...

Product Details

BN ID:
2940045578455
Publisher:
Brandon Hale
Publication date:
01/11/2014
Series:
Man From Newella , #1
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
855,838
File size:
186 KB

Meet the Author

"I write the books I want to read. It's really that simple.As an author, I try my best to make every story a roller coaster ride through a world that is both mysterious and familiar. I hope my books leave readers satisfied, but wanting more. I try to make my books thought-provoking, but not preachy. At its core, a good book should be fun, and I try my very best to deliver that to my readers.But mostly, I just write the book I want to read." - Brandon Hale

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