Leopard King Saga #1.3.
The Kingdom of Rek is in trouble!
It's holiest artifact, The Golden Mane, has been stolen by Xot Marauders and is on its way to the Darklands, a lawless domain under the rule of the Blood Reeper, an evil undead warlord who harbors plans for conquering Rek and its peaceful neighboring states.
When the Gold King of Rek issues a crusade to retrieve the stolen Mane, a blind shepherd boy named Fabian SilverSword accepts the challenge, much to the dismay of his parents. Along with his friends, Lager McVick, an exiled Starfighter pilot from Earth, and Marella Larue, a mysterious Stealer from the Republic of Pazland, Fabian must survive the trek through Rek's Eastern Frontier before navigating the unknown dangers of the three Hellion Doors.
Please note: It is strongly recommended you read The Leopard Vanguard first, and The Leopard Stratagem second before reading Stone Ram.
T. A. Uner has been fascinated with the Sci-Fi/Fantasy genre since 1978, when as a youngster, he first watched Superman on the big screen.
He wrote his first story in 5th Grade, and bound it with construction paper. Little did he know that he wouldn't write another word for 18 years.
Upon graduating from George Mason University with a degree in Speech Communication & History, he began searching for a creative outlet. After his Father urged him to return to writing in 2003, he resumed his writing odyssey.
Mr. Uner loves hearing from readers, and chances are you'll enjoy conversing with him. He's a Capricorn, loves Pizza, and is housebroken. He lives in Virginia, where the weather is as chaotic as his imagination.
That's about it for now.
Leopard King Saga :: Series
The Leopard King Saga is a rapidly-growing universe, taking place in 1st Century Rome and on other worlds. It will cover four books, or “Tomes”. "Kill Zombies", "The Bloody Ripper" and "Stone Ram" are intermediary books that introduce three antagonistic characters, and set the stage for Tome 2 and beyond. These three intermediary stories take place on other worlds, but seamlessly connect with the four main Tomes.