Mercurion launch (finally!)

The seventh book of the After Atlantis series is finally available, after long delays and a major rewrite. Here it is!

Tane Casak, Guardian of Mercury Island, has been framed. Already accused of being a supervillain because of his defense of his team and his island, Tane is present when the governor of Atlantis is assassinated. Now the military and HeroTube are coming for him, and Tane awaits them with grim purpose.

James Chase, Islesworn, is part of the team sent to apprehend Tane. Recognizing him as the Guardian he’s searched for for months, he plans to stop the superhero team before they can harm Tane or capture Mercury Island.

But when a team of Atlantean Exiles attack both Tane and James’s team, alliances shift and enemies become allies. Because if they don’t, Mercury Island will fall into the hands of the evil Exiles, and not even the healing powers of Jayesh the Bloodbound will save them.

Available at most retailers, or will be soon:

AmazonKoboNookApple iBooks

I’m working hard to get the whole series available as paperback. In the meantime, here’s the rest of the series:

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After Atlantis 1After Atlantis 2After Atlantis 3

After Atlantis (Superhero)
After Atlantis 4After Atlantis 5After Atlantis 6After Atlantis 7
Vid:ilantes (Superhero, part of After Atlantis)

The Guardian books follow the adventures of the crew on Mercury Island, and their battles with Dr. Regulus, genius engineer who repurposes abandoned Atlantean magitech and sells it to the highest bidder. Islesworn picks up with the American heroes and their encounters with the other two Lost Isles of Atlantis, and the culture of HeroTube. This culminates in Mercurion, where the Vid:ilantes team cross paths with the Guardian team. Explosively. After this, the series will move on with everyone working together and it is delightful. The whole series is actually urban fantasy with superhero trimmings, and it’s appropriate for all ages.

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