But when Omen accidentally frees a talking cat, total disaster can't be averted.
In the shadows of the city, an ancient evil awaits.
Can our young heroes protect the cat and the people of Hex, or will they end up as an undead nightmare's main course?
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"More fun than a box of kittens"
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From the authors:
Epic adventure, arcane magic, monsters, heroes, talking cats, and we're just getting started.
My best friend Carol and I have roamed the OF CATS AND DRAGONS world for over three decades, creating our stories in the telling -- from our high school Dungeons & Dragons games to a database where we gathered over three hundred stories and story fragments. But now we are ready to share what we've conjured up.
It wasn't easy, sorting through generations of characters, plots long and short, episodes half-forgotten and threads of tales never completed. From the moment Carol and I decided to write that first OF CATS AND DRAGONS novel, it took nearly a year of combing through storylines, weighing character arcs, before we arrived at a starting point.
Other decisions had to be made as well. While our stories range from grimdark to slapstick, we had to pick one path. Ultimately we had to go with what the core really was -- heroic fantasy with a touch of whimsy. GOT without the naughty bits
And while we had literally dozens of possible protagonists to choose from, we agreed that Omen and Tormy were at the center of our fantastical universe.
And from where should we launch the tale of their beautiful friendship? After a couple of false starts and at least another year of trying to figure it out, we decided to begin — at the beginning.
NIGHT'S GIFT is the pilot to our new series, one we hope to renew book after book for as long as we can still put word to page.
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About the Author
Carol E. Leever, a college professor, has been teaching Computer Science for many years. She programs computers for fun, but turns to writing and painting when she wants to give her brain a good work out.
An avid reader of Science Fiction and Fantasy, she's also been published in the Sword and Sorceress anthologies, and has recently gotten into painting illustrations and book covers. A great lover of cats, she also manages to work her feline overlords into her writing, painting and programming classes often to the dismay of her students.
Camilla Ochlan: Owner of a precariously untamed imagination and a scuffed set of polyhedral dice (which have gotten her in trouble more than once), Camilla writes fantasy and science fiction.
An unapologetic dog lover and cat servant, she lives in Los Angeles with her husband -- actor, audiobook narrator and dialect coach P.J. Ochlan, three sweet rescue dogs and a bright orange Abyssinian cat.