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About Thomas A Farmer
Thomas A Farmer grew up in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains. His childhood instilled an early love of mountains and exploding space ships, which are only vaguely related to one another. Growing up with parents who were science-fiction geeks, he was immersed in things like the Lord of the Rings, Star Trek, and Babylon 5 early on. All of that explains why he thought writing fiction was a good idea-but here we are nonetheless!
When he's not writing, he makes a living teaching fencing.
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Authors included in this collection (listed alphabetically):
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They tell their clients they're the last because they're the best, but the silent truth is that ships have been slowly disappearing for years. Everyone has an explanation: it's too expensive, it's too dangerous, it's too difficult to be away from home like that. Others blame a "curse" that eats ships.
Few people know the truth, and the longer Calla and Oliver operate their ship, the more likely they are to find out exactly why they say, "The Stars Have Eyes."
When a terrorist group calling itself Ouroboros attacks, Victoria must lead the other Titans into the LAIR OF THE SERPENT and eliminate the threat. Hidden away in the ancient depths of Odyssey, capital city of the Technocracy, Ouroboros seems to be a step ahead at every turn.
To make matters worse, the mastigas warship is on the move again. With time running out, the Titans must learn to work together and contain Ouroboros before they can do more damage.
At home, things remain uneasy. Leftover tensions from the conflict with Ouroboros have turned their worlds into a powder keg. When secret documents are found on Kipos, they serve as the match that ignites conflict across the Technocracy.
Meanwhile, aboard the mastigas warship, Victoria comes face-to-face with not just violence, but a series of revelations that threaten everything she thinks she knows. Before she can destroy the mastigas, Victoria must first survive the FIRE ON THE MOUNTAIN.
They arrived thirty years ago, killing everything in their path. For two and a half decades, the mastigas roamed unchecked until they attacked Kipos, and the six Hexarchs of the Technocracy devised a way to beat them: Project Titan.
Engineered to be an unstoppable supersoldier, Victoria should have been one of six Titans trained to fight the mastigas. Trapped by an unforeseen disaster, Victoria must fight desperately to survive long enough for the people who should have been training her to mount a rescue.
Contained in these pages are three stories that all share one important point: Their events would not have been possible without The Inn.
"Gideon Wallace and the Sapphire Woman" is the first story in a new series by Thomas A Farmer, and shows what happens when a mortal man finds himself drawn into a fight between gods.
In "Chaos Candy," by Amie Gibbons, supernatural bounty hunter Zee tries to uncover a dark secret and learns much more than she ever wanted to know.
Finally, Michael David Anderson's "Flux" continues the adventures of Teddy Dormer, taking him once again to strange new places and showing him new nightmares.