The Master of Planets trilogy has been worked for many years, the original wizard-tale being written around 1986. Surely its true that "there is something to a name" and yes my name really is Harry Potter.
The Kingdoms of the Furthreach are turning away from the light of the Ancientmost, and flirting with darkness. Half-elves in the forest capture a runaway monk hoping to recruit him for their... More > underworld quest. The conspiracy of The Sorcerers, fermenting after centuries, ushers in the advent of the world-deceiver, the Inversus. To save the kingdoms from dire magic however will require the banishment of great demons, and the unsolving of a riddle lost in time. He might save the world, but can he save himself from temptation, and revive his brethren in the monastery? Can he turn them back to faith?< Less
The Saga of eldritch days at last is recovered. A band of unemployed warriors strike upon the sea to seize the easy loot of an old wizard, but instead they soon find themselves fighting to stay... More > alive in a barren wasteland, then captured they become slaves upon the earth.
But what greater undergoing must they endure to destroy the beast-dragon?< Less
Third of the Master of Planets Trilogy: (Epic Fantasy) A company of soldiers is led by a mad dwarf into the underworld with the promise of sacking the city of wizards, Nystol. The mysteries of the... More > underworld route mean Revelation but also great peril. Here is recorded the great dialogue with an elf who saw it all, how the great and weird city burned in a single day and night.< Less
Book two of The Masters of Planets Trilogy: (Epic Fantasy) two would-be-hell-raiders get themselves involved in a secret society that is far deeper than they can fathom, and find their own identities... More > at risk. Hear more on Nystol's fall and the intermundane conspiracy with episodes as: The Nomads of Sardu,
The Prime Interquist, The Gnome Epistle The DeepTracker’s Guide, The Intermundane Bestiary and many others.< Less