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Novels 4

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ARACHIS PRESS

When Man

Was Young

by Stephen Brooke Ken Sasaki and his fellow time-travelers paid well for the Neanderthal experience—two weeks living with an Ice Age tribe, becoming part of that tribe. Things did not quite work out that way. The last minute addition of a woman scientist to their group caused some grumbling. That proved to be the least of their problems as they found themselves struggling for survival in an inhospitable world, an age ago, When Man Was Young. A novel from Stephen Brooke and the Arachis Press 280 pages, 68,020 words PRINT ISBN 978-1-937745-76-9 published in 2021

Among the

Many Worlds

by Oliver Davis Pike Jack McFee—known to his  friends as Jack Mack—might have been too young to join Group Force but this did not prevent his powerful family getting him on as a test pilot with their company. From there he progressed to secret reconnaissance missions, to find himself immersed in a world of spies and assassins, and even a princess, ‘out there’ Among the Many Worlds, a novel by Oliver Davis Pike. 201 pages, 53,390 words PRINT ISBN  978-1-937745-78-3 published in 2021

The Walls

Between the

Worlds

by Stephen Brooke Hurasu, the greatest sorcerer his world had ever known, was dead. To his son he left his sword, four mystic jewels, a realm in ruin, and many enemies. Urtu was not at all sure he wanted that realm. A wide unknown world lay beyond it; for a lad skilled with both weapons and spells, the path lay away for the great valley of his birth, across the mountains and into the tropical empire of the Molu. Urtu realized that a mission had been given him along with his father’s jewels, for they were the Eyes of the Wind, too powerful to allow their misuse. To a place of safety he must carry them, with the aid of a shaman and a god and sometimes his mother, while other powerful wizards pursued. But first, a sojourn amid the politics and the women of the Molu—and a certain amount of learning about both the world and himself. Join Urtu as he begins his journey across The Walls Between the Worlds. 333 pages, 88,100 words PRINT ISBN 978-1-937745-80-6 published in 2021
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Novels 4

These books are listed in the order of publication.
back to Novels 3 | on to Novels 5

When Man Was Young

by Stephen Brooke Ken Sasaki and his fellow time-travelers paid well for the Neanderthal experience—two weeks living with an Ice Age tribe, becoming part of that tribe. Things did not quite work out that way. The last minute addition of a woman scientist to their group caused some grumbling. That proved to be the least of their problems as they found themselves struggling for survival in an inhospitable world, an age ago, When Man Was Young. A novel from Stephen Brooke and the Arachis Press 280 pages, 68,020 words PRINT ISBN 978-1-937745-76-9 published in 2021

Among the Many Worlds

by Oliver Davis Pike Jack McFee—known to his  friends as Jack Mack—might have been too young to join Group Force but this did not prevent his powerful family getting him on as a test pilot with their company. From there he progressed to secret reconnaissance missions, to find himself immersed in a world of spies and assassins, and even a princess, ‘out there’ Among the Many Worlds, a novel by Oliver Davis Pike. 201 pages, 53,390 words PRINT ISBN  978-1-937745-78-3 published in 2021

The Walls Between the Worlds

by Stephen Brooke Hurasu, the greatest sorcerer his world had ever known, was dead. To his son he left his sword, four mystic jewels, a realm in ruin, and many enemies. Urtu was not at all sure he wanted that realm. A wide unknown world lay beyond it; for a lad skilled with both weapons and spells, the path lay away for the great valley of his birth, across the mountains and into the tropical empire of the Molu. Urtu realized that a mission had been given him along with his father’s jewels, for they were the Eyes of the Wind, too powerful to allow their misuse. To a place of safety he must carry them, with the aid of a shaman and a god and sometimes his mother, while other powerful wizards pursued. But first, a sojourn amid the politics and the women of the Molu—and a certain amount of learning about both the world and himself. Join Urtu as he begins his journey across The Walls Between the Worlds. 333 pages, 88,100 words PRINT ISBN 978-1-937745-80-6 published in 2021