Hydra's Wake

Hydra's Wake

by Daniel Jones
Hydra's Wake

Hydra's Wake

by Daniel Jones


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When dirigible pilot Rogue Whip crashes in the Deep Forest Province of Shell, he takes refuge in an old, abandoned mining camp. However, he quickly discovers the camp is the territory of the four-headed hydra—a rare but vicious creature that mercilessly hunts and kills its victims using its "wake," an airborne toxin that causes hallucinations.

However, the hydra isn't the only monster out for Rogue's blood. The sadistic Lord Albert Richtoff has hired a mercenary to take out Rogue, confusing him with a spy by the same name. As his enemies fall under the influence of the hydra's wake, Rogue rescues a beautiful but mute woman whom Lord Albert abused and left for dead. To rescue her and survive, the hunted now becomes the hunter. But can Rogue kill both the hydra and Albert, or will they destroy him first?

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9798765526972
Publisher: Barnes & Noble Press
Publication date: 05/01/2022
Pages: 258
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.75(d)

About the Author

About The Author
Hydra's Wake is the breakout novel from Daniel Jones. Born in California USA, he grew up in a military family and lived in several places all around the world; including Japan, Germany, New Mexico, USA, and England. Along with being the oldest brother of three and a child of the 90's, Daniel is an Eagle Scout; an accomplishment he takes great pride in. He currently lives in Maryland, USA with his wife Robyn.

It's his goal as an author to bring new life to underutilized concepts and give a new spotlight to lesser known or uncommonly used mythical creatures in thrilling stories. He has a passion for nature and animals and frequently visits local parks, zoos, or aquariums in his spare time when he isn't working on his next project. Some fun trivia about him is that his favorite colors are dark green and teal, his favorite animals are Leopards and Rhinos.
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