A steampunk adventure set in an alternate Indianapolis.
"Imagine the anarchic spirit of Sorry to Bother You given a turn away from body horror and toward steampunk." — B&N Sci-fi & Fantasy Blog
Warning: Don’t Believe the Hype!
All the poet called Sleepy wants to do is spit his verses, smoke chiba, and stay off the COP’s radar—all... [click here for more]
Episode Five: High Sorcery Draken hikes into the mountains to begin his training with the sorcerer, Zern Morro. But sorcery is a wild and dangerous skill to tame and the young thief faces a terrible peril as his berzerker nature opens him up to posession. Vicious and malevolent energies vie for control of his mind and body! ... [click here for more]
Episode Four:The First Lesson Three masters! It's unprecidented. It's unheard of but it's happening to Draken Crowe. He's an anomoly, a curiosity, a freak. He's a wizard, he's a witch and a sorcerer all rolled into one. He's passed all three trials and each master wants him as thier own. What Draken wants doesn't seem to factor in as he's swept up into a world of brutal training by three... [click here for more]
Draken Crowe was an average pickpocket until one night he unlocked a terrible power. Weeks later the memory still haunts him when he chases down a bully, following him into the line for the annual open magician apprenticeship trials. Caught red handed in the act of picking the rich bully's pocket he is given one choice, face his fear of magic or face the lash. ... [click here for more]
Episode Three:Battle of Memories The mage trials have taken a dark turn as young thief, Draken Crowe battles for his very sanity in a hellscape of his worst experiances. Can he turn the tables and pass the test or will the witch tear his mind to shreds? ... [click here for more]
Episode Two: Fire of The Mind's Eye With two more trials before him Draken must face a crafty wizard and a ruthless witch, both determined to warp and twist his sense of reality. His very mind is on the line as the demons of his past claw into vivid reality. Can the boy face his worst nightmares and escape the trials with sanity intact or is he doomed to break like those before him? ... [click here for more]