Michael Coorlim has released the fifth Galvanic Century book.
James Wainwright always considered himself a working-class engineer playing at detective, never taking the vocation for more than an idle hobby and opportunity to test some of his steampunk inventions. His investigations have always been more of a means of humoring his business partner, idle toff Alton Bartleby.
That was before his adopted daughter Xin Yan was taken.
Never comfortable in social situations, James finds himself tracking his daughter’s kidnappers from London’s Limehouse to the gritty streets of Hong Kong, down paths where his mechanical know-how won’t serve him. Searching a foreign land, he’ll find that his greatest challenges aren’t those who have taken from him what is most dear, but letting go of his most treasured preconceptions about the world.
July saw two releases from author Michael Coorlim:’
When six-year-old Ethan is kidnapped by faeries, Jacob knows that he can’t rely on the police or his parents to rescue him. Assisted only by his best friend Tyler, he’s willing to brave trolls, witches, and even the entire elvish host to bring his brother back.
Oh Human Child is an urban fantasy short story.
Hero Historia is an alternate history superhero web serial spanning the course of human events from prehistory to the modern era.
Jericho Rising tells the story of Clay, a young hunter from the Bear Clan as he comes of age in a world of savage warfare between Clan champions imbued with the power of their totem spirits. When his father falls, will Clay be the one to take up the mantle of Bear? Or will that honor go to one of his brothers, instead?
This work collects all twelve chapters of the first volume of the Hero Historia serial. It includes thirteen bonus pages of supplementary material available for the first time.
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