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Orcus Unchained
Orcus Unchained

Orcus Unchained

12+

Spirit Winds Quartet

FICTION

284 Pages, 6 x 9

Formats: Trade Paper

Trade Paper, $14.99 (US $14.99) (CA $19.99)

Publication Date: June 2017

ISBN 9781925496352

Rights: US & CA

IFWG Publishing International (Jun 2017)

Price: $14.99
 
 

Overview

Venice, Italy. Not the place Kim Yoshima thought she’d end up in. Yet, after the battle with the mythical yokai at Spirit Winds, Inc., she discovers the temporal displacement tremor she had summoned has transported her to the City of Masks. Coincidence? Or has Kim been sent there because her friends, Lazo and Jenny Sibulovich, are also there and in grave danger?And what about Shioko and Wayne Brewster, and those others who helped her to harness the Spirit Winds? Have two of the people she cares most about been displaced in space and time also? Are they even still alive?Struggling to accept that most dire of possibilities, Kim teams up with a frantic Lazo and a group of Monster Hunters to find Jenny, who has been abducted by a cabal of ancient sorcerers. In the process, a dark plot is uncovered that, if successful, will reach into the depths of Hell itself.

Author Biography

Larry Ivkovich's short genre work has been published in various online and print publications including Penumbra, Shoreline of Infinity, Star Quake 1, and Triangulation. He has been a finalist in the L. Ron Hubbard's Writers of the Future contest and was the 2010 recipient of the CZP/Rannu Fund award for fiction. Larry's published novels include the urban fantasy series, The Spirit Winds Quartet (The Sixth Precept and Warriors of the Light, Orcus Unchained, published thus far) from IFWG Publishing. Fantasy novel Blood of the Daxas is available from Assent Publishing. Larry is a member of the Pittsburgh Worldrights and WorD, two local writing and critique groups, as well as the statewide group Pennwriters.