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About Sarah Newton
Sarah is a fiction and roleplaying game writer, and author of "The Worm Within", First Chronicle of Future Earth; the transhuman space opera novel "Mindjammer" and award-winning Fate Core RPG of the same name; "The Chronicles of Future Earth" science-fantasy setting; Achtung! Cthulhu (Modiphius Entertainment); Burn Shift (Fate Worlds, Evil Hat Productions); Monsters & Magic (Mindjammer Press); Legends of Anglerre (Cubicle 7), and more; and numerous short stories, including "The Roof of the World" (Book of the Dead, Jurassic London), "Motherlode" (Have Blaster Will Travel, Galileo Games), "Circles and Stars" (The Lost, Galileo Games), "Nightmares and the Price of Dreams" (World War Cthulhu, Cubicle 7 Fiction), "The Game of Death and Dragon" (The Lion and the Aardvark, Stone Skin Press). She's currently working on a collection of short stories set in the Mindjammer universe and a general fiction novel in French. Sarah lives in rural France, surrounded by numerous farmyard animals.
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This new fiction anthology collects ten stories of wizards and adventures as they venture into the ruins of the Frozen City.
"Classic fantasy packed with exquisite and original touches..." - Jaine Fenn, author of the Hidden Empire series.
“Thrilling, inventive, and full of wonder.” - Howard Andrew Jones, author of The Desert of Souls.
"The start of an absolutely fantastic new series!" - GMS Magazine
In the last centuries of the Fifth Cycliad, a great malaise fell on the lands of humankind…
It is the far future. Our civilisation, and its glorious technological future, is gone. Only rusted ruins and tunnels beneath the ancient cities hint at what once was. In the Chronomancer’s Tower, a young apprentice stumbles upon a secret which will change the world; an ancient evil, little more than a fairy tale to frighten children, is real, and threatening to return. But is everything what it seems? Wheels turn within wheels, and political machinations wrought by selfish men and women bring the world to the brink of devastation. Can Iago and his unlikely allies unravel the knot in time, and fathom the mystery of… the Worm Within?
Some said it was the end of days. Some said it was only the beginning. These pages tell the story of that time yet to come. These are the Chronicles of Future Earth.
Fantasy novel, 344 pages, trade paperback.
In the seventeenth millennium, the New Commonality of Humankind is expanding, using newly-discovered faster-than-light travel to rediscover lost worlds colonised in the distant past. It's a time of turmoil, of clashing cultures, as civilisations shudder and collapse before the might of a benevolent empire ten millennia old.
In the Solenine Cluster, things are going from bad to worse, as hyper-advanced technologies destabilise a world in chaos. Thaddeus Clay and his SCI Force special ops team are on the trail of the Transmigration Heresy. What they find is something beyond even their imagining - something which could tear the whole Commonality apart...
"Thrilling adventure and mystery wrapped up with an inventive, mind-bending look at mankind's future."
- Howard Andrew Jones, author of The Desert of Souls
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- Chris Helton, Dorkland
"Complex, gripping... the most original sci-fi you're likely to get..."
- G*M*S Magazine
"a very exciting and intelligently-written novel that should be on the reading list of every SF fan!"
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"William Gibson-like in the intensity of the ideas it introduces... a heady mixture of action, crunchy science fiction elements and that perennial cyberpunk or transhuman question: what does human mean?"
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Critically-lauded editor Jonathan Oliver (The End of The Line, House of Fear, Magic) has collected together fourteen original tales of the Mythos including work by James Lovegrove, Weston Ochse, Rebecca Levene, Robin D. Laws, Simon Bestwick, Gaie Sebold, T.P. Pike, Sarah Newton, Greg Stolze, Paul Finch, John Llewellyn Probert, Jonathan Green, Archie Black and World Fantasy Award winner Lavie Tidhar.
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