Of War and Consequence: The Consortium Chain, Book One

Of War and Consequence: The Consortium Chain, Book One

by Harrington Martin

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Overview

"Tired of the same old Science Fiction and Fantasy concepts? Looking for high adventure, romance, plot twists and turns, or a truly unique epic? You'd be well served by experiencing Book One of the Consortium Chain."-a wise friend

Over the swamps of Banthyk and the shores of Ornateam, the grip of war is ever-present. The people's hero, Crown Bearer Sha, knows that the fate of his tiny home world, Xarh, hangs in the balance. Challenging traditional theory and navigating murky diplomacy, the denizens of this turbulent world pull at each other from all directions.

The mighty city-states must endure or the Pantheona Lords will control the future.

Take a journey to an engaging world where science seems as magic. A world you'll not soon forget.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781470015374
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 04/06/2012
Pages: 246
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.52(d)

About the Author

Greetings. Name's Harrington.

I'm a lover of all things fantastical in nature, a fancier of eclectic music, an owner of taste buds that enjoy almost anything, and a strong proponent of all things diverse. If there's a way to cram a multitude of ideas into a single work of art, I'm guilty of it.

Growing up in Wisconsin, Minnesota, North Dakota, and Alaska, I've molded a certain 'northern' attitude. I prefer the climates of the northern United States and, in particular, the larger cities that have taken root in the cold. I've always been a city kid. Always will be, I'd imagine.

Though I've been a lifelong resident of the U.S., I always consider myself a citizen of the world first and an American second; I wish more of my countrymen shared this belief.

The arts have always been in my blood. After the better part of the past two decades playing music, I decided to retire my bass guitar and get back to the passion I'd pursued at an earlier age, dumping my imagination into a series of words. Music was a powerful part of life, and I may return to it someday, but the writer in me has a lot of catching up to do.

I enjoy a relatively simple life in the suburbs. I live with the most amazing woman in the world who continues to inspire me to be better. I'm within a short drive of my beautiful daughter and granddaughter. I have a particularly cute cat that won't leave me alone and knows how to push my buttons, and I have a loving, extended family that I'll always cherish.

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