A Girl Called Firedragon: Tales from the Flynn Nightsider Universe
Mary Fan (Author)
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DescriptionTeen monster slayer Aurelia "the Firedragon" Sun has been training since she could walk to do one thing: gank supernaturals. Almost a hundred years ago, the Lord of the Underworld unleashed countless beasts upon the earth, and it's up to fighters like her to defend what's left of humanity. But under the Triumvirate-a totalitarian regime built from the ashes of the United States-she'll always be considered a second-class citizen for being born without magic, no matter how great her combat skills. Meanwhile, a secret rebellion is brewing, one whose beliefs in freedom and equality mirror her own.A Girl Called Firedragon is an illustrated collection of short works that follow Aurelia's journey from government-trained cadet to underground revolutionary. Stories included are: The FiredragonFiredragon RisingThe Firedragon's HuntThe Firedragon StrikesThis compendium follows Aurelia's standalone adventures prior to the events of Flynn Nightsider and the Edge of Evil, the first novel in the Flynn Nightsider series.
September 20, 2019
6.0 X 9.0 X 0.54 inches | 0.01 pounds
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About the Author
Mary Fan is a sci-fi/fantasy writer hailing from Jersey City, NJ. She is the author of the Jane Colt sci-fi series, (Red Adept Publishing), the Starswept YA sci-fi series, (Snowy Wings Publishing), the Flynn Nightsider YA dark fantasy series (Crazy 8 Press), and Stronger Than a Bronze Dragon, a YA steampunk fantasy (Page Street Publishing). She is also the editor of Bad Ass Moms, an anthology from Crazy 8 Press.In addition, Mary is the co-editor (along with fellow sci-fi author Paige Daniels) of the Brave New Girls young adult sci-fi anthologies, which feature tales about girls in STEM. Revenues from sales are donated to the Society of Women Engineers scholarship fund.Her short fiction has appeared in numerous anthologies, including Pangaea III: Redemption (edited by Michael Jan Friedman), Keep Faith (edited by Gabriela Martins), Thrilling Adventure Yarns (edited by Bob Greenberger), Magic at Midnight (edited by Lyssa Chiavari and Amy McNulty), They Keep Killing Glenn (edited by Peter and Kathleen David), Tales of the Crimson Keep: Newly Renovated Edition (edited by Bob Greenberger), Mine! A Celebration of Liberty and Freedom for All Benefitting Planned Parenthood (from ComicMix), and Love, Murder & Mayhem (edited by Russ Colchamiro).Mary has been an avid reader for as long as she can remember and especially enjoys the infinite possibilities and out-of-this-world experiences of science fiction and fantasy. In her spare time (when she has any), she enjoys kickboxing, opera singing, attempting circus arts, and exploring new things-she'll try almost anything once.