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MC Planck

Author of the World of Prime fantasy series

World of Prime

#1 Sword of the Bright Lady

Christopher Sinclair goes out for a walk on a mild Arizona evening and never comes back. He stumbles into a freezing winter under an impossible night sky, where magic is real—but bought at a terrible price. To win enough power to open a path home, this mild-mannered mechanical engineer must survive duelists, assassins, and the never-ending threat of monsters, with only his makeshift technology to compete with swords and magic.

But the gods and demons have other plans. Christopher's fate will save the world... or destroy it.

"fast paced fantasy takes you on that incredible journey" - Amazon reviewer

Published by Pyr

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#2 Gold Throne in Shadow

 

Promoted to a moderate rank, Christopher takes command of the army regiment he trained and equipped. He soon discovers the true enemy—an invisible, mind-eating horror who plays the kingdom like a puppet-master’s stage. His new dubious ally, the bard Lalania, claims she can help—but will it be enough?

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#3 Judgment at Verdant Court

 

Our hero faces evil on two fronts: a friend turned murderer by the power of magic, and an entire nation of murderous wolf-men. But the true enemy is despair: the shame of a man who has done terrible things, and the madness of a man who is doing terrible violence. Can Christopher pick a path through broken and bloody bodies that still leaves room for goodness? 

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#4 Verdict on Crimson Fields

 

Christopher is sent north, where murderous dragons and genocidal goblins are the least of his worries: his allies keep promising to kill him first. His advancement has not gone unnoticed, and even powers outside the realm show an interest in his career. As always, the price is high, and Christopher is not the only one who must pay.

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#5 Black Harvest

 

Christopher finds himself on a throne, squeezing taxes, and guarding against incipient rebellions. This is a far cry from his democratic socialist revolution. But the danger is not limited to self-betrayal. He has seen the face of his true enemy, and it is a face of nightmare. Immortals and nigh-immortals have plans for him, plots that span a hundred thousand years, and traps of unimaginable deviousness. Against all this, what can one reluctant ruler do? The answer, of course: build a bigger bomb.

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