The Gateways of Alkademah: Alkademah Book 1

The Gateways of Alkademah: Alkademah Book 1

by GK Chandler
The Gateways of Alkademah: Alkademah Book 1

The Gateways of Alkademah: Alkademah Book 1

by GK Chandler



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A hot sun beats down on Alkademah. In the dusty plains to the east, people scratch in the dirt for food. And they wait. This is a world that waits for prophecies to be fulfilled. They wait for one who will answer their needs. They have already waited a long time. Their hope is almost exhausted.

In our world, Marcus Beltram is pursued for a gambling debt he cannot pay. With only hours until his debt is due, all he wants is to enjoy the time he has left. For payment, will he lose a limb, his freedom, his life? He doesn't know. All he knows is that the regrets are mounting.

When the debt collectors catch up with him and the beating begins, these two worlds collide, and Marcus is set on a path he cannot avoid. His survival will depend on people desperate for his help, a mysterious crystal key and answers that died with his father, answers that lead Marcus to understand his family's connection with this strange world.

Marcus wants to get home, but in a world without cars, buses, trains or planes, his only hope of escape will rest on the Gateways of Alkademah.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940160979748
Publisher: GK Chandler
Publication date: 05/02/2023
Series: Alkademah , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
File size: 762 KB

About the Author

GK Chandler was born in Melbourne, Australia, and grew up in various parts of the country including Melbourne, Brisbane, Benalla and Traralgon. In 2000 he settled in country Victoria, working remotely in IT.

The writing bug caught him in sixth grade when he penned his first substantial work, a sci-fi novella, inspired by, and extremely loosely based on, Star Trek. However, it would be many years before he found his voice and penned his first major work, The Gateways of Alkademah. He has previously authored two programming books.

He lives on a few acres in the Bendigo region of Victoria with his wife, Jan, their cats, Hugo, Kasper and Maggie and, very frequently, a mob of kangaroos.
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