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Would you sacrifice yourself to save a stranger?
Ralael is a Hybrid—a half-elf. He was raised to be a warrior so he could join the Hybrids’ struggle against annihilation. All his life, he fought tooth and nail in defence of his people and knows that—unless things change—there is no hope for them. But his first attempts to save Hybrids end in tragedy and he slays an elf in self-defence. A blood debt now hangs over his head.
One of the witnesses of the murder is Naal—the daughter of the elven king. She knows she’s being sent away from the kingdom by her father, but no one is willing to protect her. So when the king—impressed by the Ralael’s skill—offers him a pardon if he escorts her to safety, she knows the poor Hybrid is stuck with her. And she doesn’t mind. He keeps talking about the dangers they’ll face on their journey, but she’s sure he’s exaggerating.
Ralael would do anything for his people. But is someone’s life worth the chance of living to fight another day?
The Day You Were Born is the beginning of The Deathweaver Series. The chain of events that changed the fate of the Hybrids forever.
When a war ends, trouble is just beginning. Dramon knows this all too well. He’s one of the Hybrids, half-elves who live in the aftermath of the bloody war between elves and humans. Every day they struggle to survive. They know peace is a lie. They know human warbands still raid the elven border.
The Hybrids help the elves when they can. Dramon tried, but arrived too late. Now all he can do is care for one of the survivors, Deluara, who’s pregnant with a Hybrid baby.
A child that will change everything.
The Day You Were Born dives into the fictional land of Thessian and introduces the Deathweaver Series and its main protagonists: the Hybrids. A perfect read for everyone who enjoyed the stories of J. R. R. Tolkien, George R. R. Martin and Andrzej Sapkowski.
Includes a preview of the next book in the series, Heirs of the Frost.
We all have a natural tendency to get lost in other worlds. But what if it got out of control?
What if there was a device able to let us see the world through the eyes of someone else?
The Empathy Machine is exactly that. It’s as much a triumph of technology and a neuroscientific milestone as it is the most dangerous thing humanity has ever dealt with. It allows an Observer to see through a Source. They experience the world through others’ senses and emotions — feeling what the other feels and forgetting themselves in the process.
For the first time in history, you can literally walk in someone else’s shoes. This resolves all the disputes mankind has been unable to resolve up to that point. The giant caveat is that the person receiving someone else’s signal becomes catatonic and addicted, unable to come back to themselves. Nothing will make them want to get out of the machine. All that’s left is the husk of a human being.
Is humanity ready to deal with it?
A speculative dystopian novella reminiscent of Philip Dick and in the vein of George Orwell’s 1984 and Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World, Through My Eyes is a thought-provoking, high-concept dive into human nature in three acts.