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Kachi Ugo | 10 comments The Vigilante Curse of the Sword by Kachi Ugo
The Vigilante: Curse of the Sword

Three–a princess, a killer, and a hobo–must cross the forest of Arduin, the river Lephretes, and the barren lands to reach the evil mountain. Their fellowship is more likely to fail than to succeed. If it fails, the kidnapped children will suffer a fate worse than death.

Hi.

This is my debut full-lenght novel. It's not really my debut story as I've pubished a short story earlier this year. It's available for pre-order now (39% off).

You can read an excerpt here: http://goo.gl/O8Lsco

If you like it, here are some links,

Barnes and Noble: http://goo.gl/Bxn5Mi
iBooks: http://goo.gl/3F43nS
Smashwords: http://goo.gl/MgtfJ9

More information: http://goo.gl/1dlYqX

Download a free ebook: http://goo.gl/7xwJcd

Thanks!


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Kachi Ugo | 10 comments Hi!

Just posted another chapter of the book on my blog. Here's the link: http://goo.gl/5DWQgX

If you like it, here are some links,

Barnes and Noble: http://goo.gl/Bxn5Mi
iBooks: http://goo.gl/3F43nS
Smashwords: http://goo.gl/MgtfJ9
And Now Kobo: http://goo.gl/MdaHsj

Pre-Order ends by the 5th of August. Pre-Order now and get 39% off.

You can download my free eBook here: http://goo.gl/7xwJcd

Thanks. Feel free to contact me.


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Feliks (dzerzhinsky) Like I said, I read the excerpt, and my question is whether the phrase "fantasy like never before" is really appropriate --or whether it is just a bit over-the-top?

I mean, even if your book is an amazing bestseller, I'm pretty sure its not going to put (for instance) JRR Tolkien in any kind of shadow. Let's be realistic. A man who studied Middle English, myths, and folk-legends at Oxford is naturally the guy who is going to yield up the best fantasy novels the world will ever see. Nothing can touch the classics; even JK Rowling is an amateur compared to that kind of legacy.


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Kachi Ugo | 10 comments I think JRR Tolkien's works are in a class of their own as well. However, I'm really talking about the uniqueness of my writing, when I use that phrase. You've read the excerpt, that's great. Read the book.


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Kachi Ugo | 10 comments Yippee!Today is my book launch, and I'm really excited. You can download your copy at,

Amazon: http://goo.gl/fvBCWG
Barnes and Noble: http://goo.gl/Bxn5Mi
iBooks: http://goo.gl/3F43nS
Smashwords: http://goo.gl/MgtfJ9
Kobo: http://goo.gl/MdaHsj

Don't forget to leave me a review. Happy reading!


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