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The Triumphant Conclusion to the Fen Trilogy
By Colleen Drippé
The planet Fen has been permanently cut off from the rest of the civilized worlds, leaving behind the Net Central’s troopers, bureaucrats, scientists, technicians, and even a missionary or two. They are outnumbered and culturally swamped by the colonists, a mixture of the half-converted and ferocious xenophobes who want all offworlders exterminated.
The bishop and the commander at Havekgerem, both have their hands full. The former must rein in a group of Faring Guards, fanatical, axe-wielding Lost Rythan exiles who are determined to protect him at all costs, while the commander tries vainly to police the region with his disgruntled troops. And in the midst of this come the Dawnstrikers, blackshirts blindly following their charismatic leader as he hatches a plan to not only kill all foreigners but also to wipe out their rival tribe. And they might just succeed…
The War Throughout the Dungeon
And Those Who Hate and Love
By Matthew Schmidt
Shocked by the discoveries in the furthest reaches of the Dungeon, the City prepares to delve even deeper for answers. A surprise attack by the subterranean Undercity throws them into chaos, and a massive war soon rages throughout the Dungeon itself. The Undercity proves a wily foe, and against all odds the City finds itself struggling to gain the upper hand. And all the while, the Dungeon remains capricious, mysterious, and deadly.
Alex Kenderman is recruited by the supreme commander of the City, Mansa Musa Red, to lend his tactical expertise to the war effort. He and his party must fight against Underdwellers and the Dungeon itself to obtain victory, before it is too late. But two sinister questions remain:
Why did the Undercity start the war?
And who will win it?
The newest book from sci fi author Colleen Drippé is out now on Amazon in ebook format! Stay tuned for news on additional formats and upcoming releases.
Matthew Schmidt's The City and the Dungeon: The War Throughout the Dungeon is out now on audible.com.
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