The Lays of Anuskaya re-launch

You may or may not be aware that Bardley P. Beaulieu and Night Shade Books have recently parted ways. You can read the full story here.

So the long and the short of it is that the author is re-launching his series, The Lays of Anuskaya, in new ebook format. And you can download the first volume, the excellent The Winds of Khalakovo, for only 2.99$ here.

Here's the blurb:

Among inhospitable and unforgiving seas stands Khalakovo, a mountainous archipelago of seven islands, its prominent eyrie stretching a thousand feet into the sky. Serviced by windships bearing goods and dignitaries, Khalakovo’s eyrie stands at the crossroads of world trade. But all is not well in Khalakovo. Conflict has erupted between the ruling Landed, the indigenous Aramahn, and the fanatical Maharraht, and a wasting disease has grown rampant over the past decade. Now, Khalakovo is to play host to the Nine Dukes, a meeting which will weigh heavily upon Khalakovo’s future.

When an elemental spirit attacks an incoming windship, murdering the Grand Duke and his retinue, Prince Nikandr, heir to the scepter of Khalakovo, is tasked with finding the child prodigy believed to be behind the summoning. However, Nikandr discovers that the boy is an autistic savant who may hold the key to lifting the blight that has been sweeping the islands. Can the Dukes, thirsty for revenge, be held at bay? Can Khalakovo be saved? The elusive answer drifts upon the Winds of Khalakovo. . .

And the second installment, The Straits of Galahesh, is now available for 4.99$ here.

Give this Russian-flavored series a shot! It's unlike anything else on the market today!

3 commentaires:

Anonymous said...

Nah, he's a self published author. It has to be shit...

Anonymous said...

The first two books were published by Night Shade books and the trade paper backs are still sold by them. This is only the ebooks.

He has also just been signed to a three book deal by DAW.

I believe the correct term is hybrid author. He does both.

Anonymous said...

First guy was being sarcastic, I'm pretty sure.