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The Kingdom or the Girl?
Bloodthirsty demons attack him.
Strange spirits protect him.
A seer foretells his shocking destiny.
In a primitive land filled with magic, witches and giants, a young musician named David is summoned by the king to chase away the nightmares that torment him, but the palace isn’t as safe as it seems. Demons haunt the king and two powerful foes—the Witch of Endor and a giant named Goliath—lead an army that threatens to enslave the country.
Princess Michal is drawn to David, but a romance with the poor musician is strictly forbidden. Only by defying her father’s wishes and risking her freedom, can they be together.
To save the kingdom, David will need more than music; he’ll need defeat Goliath in a battle of champions. Only a fool would face the giant, but when David falls in love with the rebellious princess, his heart tugs him toward the impossible. As he steps into battle, he faces an unthinkable choice—either save the kingdom or be with the girl of his dreams. He can’t do both.
Praise for “Il Teatro Oscuro”:
“A heartbreaking work of fantasy that addresses the call of the lost, golden past in the human heart.” -- Lois Tilton for LOCUS online
Praise for “The Woman Who Married the Snow”:
“This is a rich, atmospheric tale of the interaction of spirits amongst both living and dead. I appreciated the writer’s impeccable voice.” -- Colleen Chen for TANGENT online
“A well-told tale with great details about Inuit culture.” -- Sam Tomaino for SFRevu
Praise for “The Lost Elephants of Kenyisha”:
“This well executed story deserves a 'thumbs up,' for its well-crafted writing.” --KJ Hannah Greenberg, TANGENT online
“The herd of ghost elephants is a neat idea and a great premise for a story.” --Lois Tilton, LOCUS online
“This was another well-told story that I enjoyed immensely.” --Sam Tomaino, SF REVU