End of the World by S. A. Archer
(Champion of the Sidhe urban fantasy series)

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***Now includes a bonus short story! "In Whom You Trust" the prequel to the Champion of the Sidhe series.***


The day Lugh, Champion of the Sidhe, has long fought for finally manifests; all Sidhe unified under one Court. No more Light versus Dark. No more wars. Brothers, one and all. But on the day that should be celebrated as their greatest triumph, treachery brings his world crashing down, literally. Now if he can’t find a way to stop it no fey will survive.

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Genre: Urban Fantasy
Length: Short Story
Series: Champion of the Sidhe #1

Companion Series: Touched, Rise of the Unseelie


Praise for End of the World:

“I love where Archer is taking us, and I love how these series are broken up into shorter installments and they are all related to each other. This was definitely another quick, entertaining read, and I was certainly left wanting to continue the series!” Cassie – Gathering Leaves review blog

“I love the direction this series is going. Expect action, a fast-paced plot, and oodles of drama in this read… This is a fun little story that will leave you wanting more. I can already see Lugh being a very entertaining character. A recommended read.” Jennifer Bielman – Reading and Writing Urban Fantasy review blog



Praise for S.A. Archer and S. Ravynheart

"I don’t think these guys can write anything I don’t love!" Cassie – Gathering Leaves review blog

"These stories about the Fae are now on my list of favorites that I anxiously wait for and drop everything else when one is released. Archer and Ravynheart have created a very enchanting tale with a unique method by which to deliver it. The writing is great, the plot is interesting, the characters are multi-dimensional and the delivery is superb." Kat – Smitten with Bad Boy Heroes review blog

"The world building in the story was amazing. I walked away from this book and felt like I was still immersed in the fey world. The action was fast-paced and had my adrenaline pumping. The magical side was very intriguing and the characters were well fleshed out... Archer and Ravynheart's writing style is what pulled me in from the beginning and kept me glued to the pages all the way through. It is both beautiful and dynamic." Jennifer Bielman – Reading and Writing Urban Fantasy review blog

"The Sidhe is a series of short novellas; each spanning only a few chapters but the stories themselves are interesting and the cliffhanger is definitely suspenseful enough to make you want to read the next book. I particularly appreciated the format of the series. It felt almost like watching a TV show." Megan – The Reading List

"As usual, S.A. Archer has created incredible characters that grab you and drag you into their world." Kelly – Reading the Paranormal review blog

"It's really neat the way things cross this series. It's not confusing, just neat the way I'm reading and think, "Oh, that has to be so-so from Touched, and then Touched in Rise of the Unseelie too. Just nice to connect the three series. This series has action and fighting, but what this series holds my attention with more is the world building with the characters knowledge and history, and even what they are doing now." Melissa Hayden – My World in Words and Pages review blog

"I would definitely like to read more books in this series and I have them sat on my kindle waiting; they won’t be staying there unread for much longer. I’m keen to read more about the world that S A Archer has created." Jenny – Chocolate Chunky Munkie review blog

"S.A. Archer keep them coming! I am hooked!" Kira – The Book Lover’s Realm
 

About S. A. Archer

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Published October 28, 2011 by Ravynheart Publishing. 41 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction, Action & Adventure. Fiction

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