"Wow talk about an adventurous book and a half. I want the second one now. ... There is a fate worse then dying in this realm." -- Jessica Mitchell
"The book drew me in and didn't let me go. Even when I put the book down I felt I had to pick it back up to see what would happen next." -- Neil Stillman
"Ms. McFadden did a super fantastic job detailing the characters, the plot, and made me want to continue reading to find out about their next adventure and 'who was at fault.'" -- Barbara Keltner
"The characters in this book go through intense emotional events but it only makes them stronger. I really enjoyed this book and I think it's a great book for young adults and adults alike." -- Hannah Vallance
"This has by far been one of my favorite reads in a long time. I can't wait to read more from K. McFadden!" -- Mr. E
About the Author
Author: Kira A. McFadden -- I began telling stories before I could put pencil to paper. In the beginning, my tales revolved around princesses and knights, dragons, space ships, and epic battles. For over the last decade, however, my concentration has been solely on the creation and completion of The Soulbound Curse. Since beginning this massive project, I've filled notebooks, sketchbooks, and hard drives with pictures, notes, languages, and pages upon pages of drafts for the Amüli Chronicles, which I expect to someday surpass the 20-book mark. ~ At the moment, I'm working on the sequel to The Soulbound Curse, to be called The Soulless King, in which new characters will appear, old ones will return, and the story of Clae, Marik, Eti, and Lothar will continue. I'm also hard at work on the first of my Middle Grade Fantasy series, Frendyl Krune and the Blood of the Sun. Plans for more tales from Inrugia are scattered across my desk, such as the Young Adult Fantasy trilogy about Jartia and Christopher, Draemyn Pex's notebook during the Transition, and the tale of Lothar and Marac in the Pre-Transition Era. ~ I live in Frederick, CO, with my beloved Micahl and two cats, Middii and Eva.
Editor: Philip A. Lee -- Some say I was born with a red pen in my hand, so it's no surprise that my penchant for words and stories ultimately led to a career in writing and editing. ~ My literary tastes vary, but I largely gravitate toward genre fiction. I'll read anything sci-fi, fantasy, horror, western, and so forth. Some of my favorite contemporary authors are Dan Simmons, Chuck Wendig, David Brin, George R. R. Martin, and John Scalzi. ~ One of my passions besides writing and editing is the gaming industry. In addition to having a love for games of all kinds-card games, board games, miniatures games, etc.-I've also contributed writing, editing, and game design to a number of different game lines over the years.