Of War and Consequence by Harrington Martin
The Consortium Chain, Book One (Volume 1)

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-Winner of the Summer 2012 Pinnacle Award for Best In The Category Of Science Fantasy-
"the prose is even pungent and pithy"
"the feuding warriors engage in plenty of action-packed battles"
"Intriguing storylines, creatures and weapons"
-Kirkus Indie Reviews
"Medieval-era parallel universe full of airships, tunnels, mystical minerals, warriors with
regenerating body parts, and endless wars fought across the churning waters of the Sea of
"the story is good, the characters fairly interesting, and the setting both unique and colorful."
"confusion over whether the good guys are all that good is fueled by their actions
after a battle when, as Martin explains, "Revelers picked up appendages that lay around the
gates, and children gathered hunks of flesh; these were all standard practices for the embattled
people of Banthyk.""
"Martin has set the
stage for further events to unfold"
-ForeWord Clarion Review
"Tired of the same old Science Fiction and Fantasy concepts? Looking for high adventure, romance, plot twists and turns, or a truly unique epic? You'd be well served by experiencing Book One of the Consortium Chain." -a wise friend

Over the swamps of Banthyk and the shores of Ornateam, the grip of war is ever-present. The people's hero, Crown Bearer Sha, knows that the fate of his tiny home world, Xarh, hangs in the balance. Challenging traditional theory and navigating murky diplomacy, the denizens of this turbulent world pull at each other from all directions.

The mighty city-states must endure or the Pantheona Lords will control the future. Take a journey to an engaging world where science seems as magic.

A world you'll not soon forget.

About Harrington Martin

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Published April 6, 2012 247 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Action & Adventure. Fiction

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