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About Paul Arvidson
PAUL ARVIDSON is a forty-something ex lighting designer who lives in rural Somerset. He juggles his non-author time bringing up his children and fighting against being sucked into his wife's chicken breeding business. Dark is his first novel.
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A sentient ship and a child who is the only one who can talk to it. Marines who are on colonial expansion expedition unbeknownst to the ship’s rookie Captain, who thinks she is leading them to rescue and explore.
Meanwhile, on the planet below, the Grey Duchy have poisoned One-Love, the organic supermind that controls the Dark’s systems, in order to keep secret what only they and it know about the world that exists outside the Dark.
Our heroes Dun, Padg, Amber, and Kaj are defending the fresh alliance between the peoples of the Dark from an impending civil war.
Will Fluppit and her mentor Sari find a way to cure One-Love and save the Dark before it’s too late?
Third in the hugely readable Dark series, this is an unforgettable journey into what happens when cultures collide.
Dun didn’t want to be a hero and the war has cost him dearly: his friends, his innocence. Maybe his mind.
Now he’s a fully-fledged Shaman, Dun’s mind is a receiver for those who can transmit, but what will he do when starts getting messages from someone who’s dead.
Dun's new powers might allow his Underfolk, victory. But he must quiet the demons inside his head, and find his oldest friends Tali and Padg if they stand a chance of defeating the merciless Rowle of the Cat-People. And she is about to release demons of her own.
Read "Darker", the thrilling sequel to the "Dark" series by indie sensation Paul Arvidson, and discover the darker side of SFF today.
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