The Sivad Chronicles

The Sivad Chronicles

by Milton Davis

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Overview

The Sivads have thrived in the hills of Echota, maintaining an uneasy relationship with the High Lodge. But The Elders have accused them of rebellion, and now they must prepare for what is to come. Three cousins must prepare their family for war while seeking to discover their own secrets and purpose.

Experience an alternate North America like you never imagined. A North America where Europeans and Africans appeared at different times in different ways. A North American where Native American culture not only thrives, but dominates. A North America influenced by magic and steam. This the world of the Sivads. These are their stories.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940151044219
Publisher: MVmedia, LLC
Publication date: 10/20/2015
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 346 KB

About the Author

Milton Davis is a research and development chemist, speculative fiction writer and owner of MVmedia, LLC, a micro publishing company specializing in Science Fiction, Fantasy and Sword and Soul. MVmedia’s mission is to provide speculative fiction books that represent people of color in a positive manner. Milton is the author of Changa’s Safari Volumes One, Two and Three. His most recent releases are Woman of the Woods and Amber and the Hidden City. He is co-editor of four anthologies; Griots: A Sword and Soul Anthology and Griot: Sisters of the Spear, with Charles R. Saunders; The Ki Khanga Anthology with Balogun Ojetade and the Steamfunk! Anthology, also with Balogun Ojetade. Milton Davis and Balogun Ojetade recently received the Best Screenplay Award for 2014 from the Urban Action Showcase for their African martial arts script, Ngolo. His current projects include The City, a Cyberfunk anthology, Dark Universe, a space opera anthology based on a galactic empire ruled by people of African American descent, and From Here to Timbuktu, a Steamfunk novel.

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