The Lost Tales of Power is a collection of novels that describe an immense persistent multiverse. The books are a mixture of standalone and miniseries all set in the same universe with overlapping and intertwining story lines.
Included in this collection is the full text of Resurgence of Ancient Darkness, The Sac'a'rith, and Spectra's Gambit. In addition to the three complete novels, included is a brief introduction to each book.
Resurgence of Ancient Darkness:
When Shadow’s team healed reality by closing the last tear they paved the way for a new evil, one that has been patiently waiting for its chance to rise again. Shadow must build a navy out of his fledgling Battle Wizards and carry the fight to the enemy before it comes for them. Meanwhile, the old man and his steel-eyed partner are making their own plans, and the peace that once reigned throughout the galaxy has come tumbling down.
Clear across the galaxy from where Grandmaster Vydor is building his kingdom of wizards, a new darkness is rising up. Soldiers who die in battle are standing back up and switching sides. Entire space stations are being wiped clean of life and the military is powerless. One man, perhaps more dangerous than the darkness itself, is all that stands between darkness and light.
An old ally of Grandmaster Vydor comes to him for help because an enemy, perhaps as old as the Empire itself, has turned its sights on the Cathratinairian race and means to wipe them out. Spectra and Dusty are sent to find and stop this new threat, while Spectra begins her plan to change the balance of power for the entire known multiverse. Dusty must decide whether to follow Spectra as she uses this mission of mercy for her own gain, or stand with the Wizard Kingdom, which would put him in direct opposition to his wife.
The Lost Tales of Power is an open-ended series of Sci-Fi/Fantasy books set in a vast multiverse featuring a mixture of traditional fantasy and science fiction elements.
About the Author
Vincent, father and husband of nearly two decades, holds degrees in both Math and Computer Science. In addition, he has published an astronomy journal, numerous articles, poetry and other works.
He got his start in writing fiction as a small child, losing himself in the worlds he dreamed up in order to escape the doldrums of normal life. Now, using his formal education and extensive career experience, he excels in creating fictional worlds of depth and rich fantasy, while maintaining a foundation of reality based on science and technology.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews
“The Lost Tales of Power” is a series that careens along at a breakneck pace making it hard to put down. Combining SF space military with wizards and magic of all different flavors provides a broad canvas to paint a series to equal any of the truly great ones. The series is one large chess game which the author, Vincent Trigili, has constructed in a manner that precludes knowing what the next move is going to be. The series started with an intelligence officer on an Empire battleship and who evolves into a Grandmaster Wizard. The Lost Tales of Power, Volumes 4 - 6 is the story of how other characters are introduced, the adventures the encounter, and how they discover their inner strengths and how important it is to believe not just in themselves but also in others. In some ways, it is an analog to the current world in which we live. There are many different species living in the worlds constructed by Trigili. Thought each main character represents a different group they learn to work together and band together to combine the best parts of themselves and their abilities to build a world that accepts all for what they are and not for whom they are perceived to be, something our own world could be better off doing. While reading this series readers will become absorbed in the characters, following their growth and development, eventually their differences as far as species goes becomes a secondary, less important theme. Volume 6, “Spectra’s Gambit,” finishes by bringing the chess game towards the final moves as alliances are made and alliances are broken all the while with interstellar vessels travel from one end of the realm while engaging in epic battles with the aid of wizards while individuals are able to open gates through which characters can move from one end of the realm to the other while trying not to get caught in the Spirit Realm. I am so looking forward to Book 7 to see what moves are ahead for the characters whom I have invested time to learn about while they grow and expand their abilities.