The Fated Sky

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One man’s fight against fate shapes the destiny of an entire world.

Temsevar is an insignificant Periphery world on the very fringes of galactic civilisation. Settled long before the rise of faster-than-light technologies and left isolated for hundreds of years, its population have degenerated into the barbarism of a medieval culture. This primitive world has nothing the wealthy planets of the Coalition could want, until it becomes unwitting host to one of their most dangerous enemies – Avilon Revid.

What Amazon readers have said about The Fated Sky:

‘Beautifully written and paced’ ~ MM

‘All in all a good read that I would definitely recommend.’ ~ Enesha

‘Sci-fi epic that feels like a fantasy. Loved it.’  ~Trish

‘This one will go in my library of to be read again books.’ ~Ducky

‘This well written and exciting book was an engrossing read.’ ~ Kristy C

‘The Fated Sky introduces a novelist whose storytelling skills, at once masterful and wondrous, create a world of magnificent scope and vivid imagery.’ ~ Rafael

‘The Fated Sky is an intelligent and wonderfully convoluted fantasy novel, enchanting the reader’ ~ AF

‘The author’s writing style reminded me of J.R.R Tolkien or George R, R, Martin’ Frank Julius Palumbo

‘This is a world and culture spanning fantasy and a page turning adventure. I was sorry when I reached the last page’ ~ BEEJ

‘..a well crafted fantasy/sci-fi filled with wonderfully Machiavellian characters that will make you long for the next volume in the series.’ ~ PLB

‘The story is captivating. The world is rich and well built. The characters are wonderfully diverse and well developed.’ ~ M.P.

‘The detailed world-building, the subterfuge, the struggle for power and position, the quasi-medieval setting — it reminded me, in a good way, of Game of Thrones  (with an ‘off-world’ element). I was addicted and turning pages like crazy.’ ~ JT

‘It definitely makes the reader hunger for the next installment to see what happens.’ ~ Page M

 

Published by

E.M. Swift-Hook

In the words that Robert Heinlein put into the mouth of Lazarus Long: 'Writing is not necessarily something to be ashamed of, but do it in private and wash your hands afterwards.' Having tried a number of different careers, before settling in the North-East of England with family, three dogs, cats and a small flock of rescued chickens, I now spend a lot of time in private and have very clean hands.

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