Rebecca Lochlann

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The Child of the Erinyes is an eight-book journey spanning 4000 years: beginning in the Bronze Age, it follows the lives of two men and a woman as they are reborn seven times through history.

The author envisions this epic story as a new kind of myth, one built upon the foundation of the Greek classics, and continuing through the centuries right up into the present and future.

It has become her life's work to complete the series, though she didn't exactly intend it to be that way when she began.

Six books are now available, plus a boxed set of the first three. Book number six, Falcon Blue, was released on August 4, 2018, and can be purchased wherever digital books are sold. The final two stories are in various stages of rewrites, editing, and
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Peeking Behind the Curtain at Falcon Blue

Falcon Blue, book six of The Child of the Erinyes, was the only book of the series not already drafted when I began publishing. I didn’t intend to write this story at all: my plan was to merely allude to it in other books. But after finishing The Sixth Labyrinth, I realized this story had to be told. For one thing, it’s the first reincarnation after the explosive, tragic events in the Bronze Ag...

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