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Artifice: Episode One

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Rolling off his couch after a rough night, the day started off no different from any other. That is, up until John opened his coat closet and saw a dragon staring back at him. Transported to the exotic city of Iathera, he befriends an enigmatic green-skinned woman and a wizard with a penchant for bathrobes. Deciding that a temporary change of scenery was called for, John opts to take a vacation in this bizarre land. However, John’s rest and relaxation is interrupted when news of an unprovoked attack reaches them. Having trekked across an entire ocean, the nation of Kierd has now besieged the allied Nebar Cluster. With Kierd wielding devastating weapons never before seen in that world, the surrounding region is rapidly thrown into turmoil. Though still unsure over why exactly he was brought there, John finds that he may hold a key in helping to understand their adversary.

Ben Brunotte

I enjoyed the book. Looking forward to continuing on with episode 2. Simple story with interesting characters that I hope will be expanded on in episode 2.


Jimmy

I thought the story interesting and kind of neat. I enjoyed the story and all of the characters. It seemed to aimed at young teenagers. I also read Ep-2 and it was a bit better. I will definitely look for Ep-3.


Don Scott

i enjoyed the Book. Have downloaded episode two and will continue with the Saga


Kit

I enjoyed Artifice one very much, how do I get episode two Kit


ABOUT THE AUTHOR

K. P. Alexander

Seems the only time I get writer’s block is when I’m trying to write about myself. I’ll flesh this section out eventually, but, to quote the words of Neil Gaiman, "I’m just making things up and writing them down." You know what? Now I feel a little bad. You see, I have a confession. I’ve never actually read anything by Neil Gaiman. Of course, I know of him, but I inexplicably never got around to reading any of his books. However, judging from the YouTube videos I’ve seen, he looks like a nice fella’. In truth, the only reason I know that quote is because I saw it on his Twitter profile after I Googled him. Sorry, Neil. If it’s any consolation at all, Stardust is one of my all-time favourite movies…

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