Children of Gaia: War & Horses – Digital .PDF
These 128 pages of hard-punching grit take readers deep into the dust of the newly formed Republic of Draven, where the old aristocracy coexists with a new government in an uneasy peace that’s often broken by conflict. Famine and drought wrack the once-fertile region—and violence is a spark to dry grass.
Into this discord walks a shadowy figure: the Triggerman. He seems to be many things, but he is rarely—if ever—what he seems. The only sure thing about him is that he leaves a trail of chaos in his wake. Following that path is journalist Landon Ford, documenting the Triggerman’s exploits and digging for the truth of his identity.
War & Horses is Ford’s work, the first in a series of dime-store books popular in the new world of Rendaraia and back home in Terra, and believed to be fiction. But the Triggerman is very real—and his true purpose may become the story of Ford’s life.
COG: War & Horses is also available in Trade Paperback.
About Children of Gaia:
In Rendaraia, where nature, magic, and civilization have long coexisted, strangers of unknown origin are invading. As war rages between the Terran interlopers and Rendaraian natives, hundreds of unique cultures of wildly varying technologies, traditions, and species are ravaged by an imperial society driven by the rapacious demands of its own politically divided home. But there is more at stake than land or culture: Rendaraia and its invaders are linked far more deeply than anyone realizes.
In a lavish fantasy setting, battles are waged through soldiers and sex; magic and steel; diplomacy and gunpowder. Children of Gaia (COG) is a complex story told through the eyes of those living through a collision of worlds. Some fight for power, others struggle to preserve a way of life, and many battle just to stay alive.
Children of Gaia is a vast universe; the backdrop for an epic, ongoing story told across multiple media. Works in progress include illustrated novels, art books, comics, and more.
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