Bernard Setaro Clark
From advanced "dream stream" labs in the near future through ancient Egyptian temples, two heroes search for truth as institutions crumble around them. Marcus Agrippa explores chambers in a long lost temple with his priestess lover. What they discover will change the course of history and the rise of the Roman Empire. In the near future a former SRI team experiments with layered graphene. Subjects floating in sensory depravation tanks broadcast their dreams on high ...
Amsterdam Exposed tells the true one-of-a-kind story of an innocent exchange student who moves to Amsterdam hoping to write a book about the red light district and everything that follows. It's an American abroad story, and also a love story; it's an uplifting tragedy, full of humor from beginning to end; it's an Amsterdam survival guide; a sympathetic look at a societal problem; a little piece of policy; a sweet farewell to a world just ...
The second in a line of three exciting new urban fantasy novels where the son of the Fates must travel to the underworld...Nyx Fortuna, still reeling from Elizabeth's betrayal, has no time to rest. His cousin Claire has gone missing and his aunts, the three Fates, are threatening that if he doesn't find her, Elizabeth will suffer.Now, despite how he may feel, Nyx must venture into the underworld of Minneapolis to find his wayward cousin, ...
Londinium is burning…Gaius Suetonius Paulinus, newly appointed governor of Roman Britain, is charged by an increasingly unstable Emperor Nero with a difficult task—the untamed island on the fringes of the empire must earn a profit. To do so, Suetonius pursues the last of the Druids into Wales and, along the way, subdues the fractious Celtic chieftains who sit atop a fortune in gold and rare metals. Meanwhile, in the provincial capital of Londinium, war is ...
The world you know is dead. We did this to ourselves. The epidemic struck at the end of the Third World War. Fighting over oil, power, and religion, governments ignored the rise of an antibacterial-resistant plague. In just five years, the Earth was annihilated. Only one city survived—Etyom—a frozen hellhole in northern Siberia, engulfed in endless conflict. The year is 2251. Two groups emerged from the ashes of the old world. Within the walled city ...
We live within the boundaries we set for ourselves. In this tale, Ham the Huddler sets off on a journey to discover the Lightbringer. Along the way, he learns new things, teaches others, explores parts of the world he'd never known, and - most of all - discovers things about himself. His traveling companions share what they learn from him and, in the process, change themselves and the world around them.
For ten years, Calvin and Hobbes was one the world's most beloved comic strips. And then, on the last day of 1995, the strip ended. Its mercurial and reclusive creator, Bill Watterson, not only finished the strip but withdrew entirely from public life.
In Looking for Calvin and Hobbes, Nevin Martell sets out on a very personal odyssey to understand the life and career of the intensely private man behind Calvin and Hobbes. ...
Acclaimed for his surreal, satirical vision and his “consistently dazzling” writing style, cult favorite Tony Vigorito stretches the boundaries of storytelling beyond all limits with his long-awaited third novel. A quest to find the treasure of all treasures launches this swashbuckling tale of romance and high adventure across three centuries and takes you on a hilarious and visionary journey that includes lovers, pirates, bank robbers, treasure maps, yoga cults, love potions, assassins, con artists, quicksand, ...
London, The Year of Our Lord 1600. Leonidas is a dragon shifter, a century into his allotted five, and he’s entranced by Master Shakespeare’s theatre and the comely and lusty women of London’s bankside. But when he finds a witch in the practice of her art in clear view of the stage, he must act, for dragons are the keepers of the peace between the mortal and immortal realms. But never has duty been so ...