An Enemy Reborn

An Enemy Reborn

by Michael A. Stackpole, William F. Wu

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Overview

In Chaos, a new power arises, an evil more ancient and more awesome than Fialchar himself, the one who broke the Seal of Reality and let the Wildness spill over the world.

Locke became a Chaos Rider to find his lost father, and now Locke must become the very hero that he himself has been seeking. The only hope of defeating this new Darkness is with an unlikely alliance of Empire and Chaos forces, led by an untried swordsman from beyond time.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781614755777
Publisher: WordFire Press LLC
Publication date: 02/26/2017
Series: Realms of Chaos , #2
Pages: 398
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.89(d)

About the Author

Michael A. Stackpole is best known for his Star Wars and BattleTech books, garnering legions of fans in particular for his X-Wing series. He has a BA in history from the University of Vermont. From 1977 on, he worked as a designer of role-playing games for various gaming companies, and wrote dozens of magazine articles with limited distribution within the industry. His novella, "Remains of the Dead," is a continuation of his Star Tigers series, which was also featured in the novella "Out There" in Five by Five volume 1 from WordFire Press.

William F. Wu is a Chinese-American science fiction author. He published his first story in 1977. Since then, Wu has written thirteen published novels, one scholarly work, and a collection of short stories.

Customer Reviews

Enemy Reborn 2.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book fails on so many levels. Please just trust me and let the story go after A Hero Born.
sferguson on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
A pretty good book. All in all, this book might be as good as 'A Hero Born', I think the major problem with the book is that the blurb on the back is, effectively, false advertising. A largely new cast of characters takes this story in a direction that is radically different than the preceding novel, but the story is quite good once the reader can move beyond their preconceptions about the novel.A very good sequel, but not what most will be expecting upon picking it up, and not quite up to 'A Hero Born'.