Thursday, November 21, 2013

Book Cover & Blurb: Attrition

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Virginia Teen Publishes Debut Epic Fantasy: Attrition
Enter a world of Demons, assassins, and magic this new epic fantasy, the debut novel of the young, up-and-coming SG Night—a story of sword and sorcery, tyranny and rebellion, love, and the fight for survival. A native of Northern Virginia, Night finished the draft of Attrition at just 17 years old and published the final product a few short months later at the age of 18.
Ashburn, VA - In Attrition, Night brings the reader straight into the original and breathtaking nation of Io, a country held captive of the mighty Demonic Dominion. The Humans are in chains. The Elves were long ago exiled, and since have faded into myth. And the Majiski—Io’s race of battle-mages—have been all but eradicated by the Demons and their ilk.
The Genshwin are all that’s left of the Majiski, just three hundred or so survivors living in secret. From the shadows, they work against the Dominion. But how can they fight a war against such a terrible foe when their Patriarch is keeping more secrets than the Demons themselves?
After drawing us into Io’s intricate underworld of assassins, thieves, spies, and mercenaries, Night brings to life an unforgettable cast of rich characters, including Racath Thanjel, the Genshwins’ finest assassin. He is strong, fast, and brilliant...and constantly locking horns with his master. And now, as our story begins, Racath is swept up into a tangle of conspiracies, secrets, and ancient prophecies. Soon, he must choose his destiny: become the Savior of Io, or allow it die in the darkness of the Dominion’s iron fist.
Attrition is just the beginning of SG Night’s fantastic tale, Three Acts of Penance. This debut promises more incredible stories ahead—and the Night’s still young.
About the book:
Attrition by S.G. Night
ISBN: 978-1482712957
Publisher: CreateSpace
Date of publish: August 29, 2013
Pages: 586
S.R.P.: $19.95
About the author:
SG Night has had stories growing in his head since birth. He began the final version of Attrition at the age of 14, and finished shortly before turning 18. He's a storyteller, a cynic, and a libertarian--a sucker for puppies and English musicals about French people. He enjoys the winter, writing before the break of day, and the company of fire.

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