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Christopher C. Fuchs

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History; Tolkien; Dumas; Final Fantasy series; Elder Scrolls series

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"Top 5 Novel of the Year" – Liviu Suciul, former co-editor of Fantasy Book Critic, Review for Lords of Deception (War of Four Kingdoms 1)

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I write the Earthpillar novels and half-tales with flavors of epic fantasy, historical fiction, adventure, and steampunk. My debut novel, Lords of Deception, is the core of a nonlinear matrix of books that allow readers to wander and explore an alternative Earth that blends new continents and peoples, political intrigue, fictional materials, and customized medieval and early modern technologies. I write from Virginia.

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I've used the past 12 weeks or so reading too much pandemic news and procrastinating writing my next novel. But I haven't been unproductive. I wrote a 300-page Earthpillar Encyclopedia to capture my world-building covering my 3 novels and several short stories. So what’s...
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An excellent military history focused on lessons learned from the Greeks onward that can be applied to the present. Unlike many history books that obsess over dusty details, this book is written with the modern world in mind, specifically how democra ...more
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Very basic, tourist-level quick look at ancient, medieval, and modern runes. Good illustrations. Needs editing for repetitiveness and incomplete sentences.
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"An absolutely incredible volume of Iron Man. I’m honestly quite breathtaken by what Dan Slott is doing on this book; it’s on a par with his amazing work on the Silver Surfer.

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“He knew a narrow deer path that switchbacked through breaks in the rocks and down the ridge. We soon came to flat ground where a few trees populated the foot of the ridge. Sycamores and white oaks, poplars and lindens quickly multiplied around us. Within only a marq or so the trees drew closer and closer together, their roots entangling and branches mingling. The path was fraught with roots that knotted up in strangled bundles until there was no path at all. We were forced to dismount and lead the horses.”
Christopher C. Fuchs, The Depths of Redemption

“My battle with the forest depths was wholly lost, or so it seemed. My hand still shakes with the thought of how close I came to dying, for I felt the burning coldness of Death’s breath upon my face, and the whisper of sliding bones in my ear. But alas, I am still among the living, or so I believe.”
Christopher C. Fuchs, The Depths of Redemption

“My battle with the forest depths was wholly lost, or so it seemed. My hand still shakes with the thought of how close I came to dying, for I felt the burning coldness of Death’s breath upon my face, and the whisper of sliding bones in my ear. But alas, I am still among the living, or so I believe.”
Christopher C. Fuchs, The Depths of Redemption

“He knew a narrow deer path that switchbacked through breaks in the rocks and down the ridge. We soon came to flat ground where a few trees populated the foot of the ridge. Sycamores and white oaks, poplars and lindens quickly multiplied around us. Within only a marq or so the trees drew closer and closer together, their roots entangling and branches mingling. The path was fraught with roots that knotted up in strangled bundles until there was no path at all. We were forced to dismount and lead the horses.”
Christopher C. Fuchs, The Depths of Redemption

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