Exile

Betsy Dornbusch (Author)
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Product Details

Price
$15.99
Publisher
Night Shade Books
Publish Date
July 01, 2014
Pages
274
Dimensions
6.03 X 0.85 X 9.11 inches | 0.99 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781597805063
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About the Author

Betsy Dornbusch is a writer and editor. Her short fiction has appeared in print and online venues such as Sinister Tales, Big Pulp, Story Portal, and Spinetingler, as well as the anthologies Tasty Little Tales and Deadly by the Dozen. She runs her own author blog, Sex Scenes at Starbucks.

Reviews

Necromantic magic, deadly political intrigue, and a reluctant hero torn between his duty to a foreign queen and his desire for revenge . . . Betsy Dornbusch's Exile kept me reading into the wee hours of the night, breathless to find out how Draken's story would end.
--Courtney Schafer, author of The Shattered Sigil series.

Exile does an excellent job of fashioning a kingdom on the brink of implosion, as political, military, and personal factors place increasing pressure on the fragile peace that is already undermined by double agents and malignant magic. It also provides a unique conglomeration of magic, which is practiced mostly either by the enigmatic Moonlings or a race known as the Mance, who are in turns alluring and disturbing in their methods and manners.
--Josh Vogt, Examiner.com

An intriguing world, with its varied people and imperiled gods. The hero maintains his personal integrity even as the pawn of powers of whom he's barely aware, and the plot unfolds with the rapid pacing of a mystery novel.
--K. V. Johansen, author of Blackdog

From the first line ("Cut her throat. His own wife."), readers of Betsy Dornbusch's Exile know they are in for a dramatic and exciting tale. . . .Any reader who joins her for the ride will be glad they did.
--Lesley Smith, Electric Spec

Draken is an interesting character, and the secondary characters are equally interesting. The plot moves along nicely, and the story is engaging. I enjoyed the setting and found the author's world building commendable.
--Lori Macinnes, Lori Reads

"Betsy Dornbusch's Exile is a nonstop adventure with a fascinating world and some terrific magic."
--Carol Berg, author of Transformation and The Daemon Prism