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.
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.
Lost Tales Series:
Volume I – The Enemy of an Enemy
Volume II – The Academy
Volume III - Rise of Shadows
Volume IV – Resurgence of Ancient Darkness
Volume V – The Sac'a'rith
Volume VI – Spectra's Gambit
Volume VII – Sac'a'rith: Rebirth
Volume VIII – Mage Hunter
Volume IX – The Cerulean Mines
Volume X and beyond - TBA
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
Back for volume 5, the rest of the reviews were from some game or something and had nothing pertinent to the book. Starting with this volume, not really a continuing of the series, but a whole new interesting side story. I actually liked this series more once the Sac'a'rith were introduced. A special breed of magicians dedicated to the war on the dead...in space no less! As far as I am concerned, this series just gets better.