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Mark Teppo
Mark Teppo is the author of Rudolph!, The Potemkin Mosaic, Earth Thirst, Lightbreaker, and Heartland (the latter two being the initial pair of the urban fantasy series, The Codex of Souls). He was also a contributor to the Foreworld Saga, notably the three volumes of The Mongoliad, Katabasis, and... show more

Mark Teppo is the author of Rudolph!, The Potemkin Mosaic, Earth Thirst, Lightbreaker, and Heartland (the latter two being the initial pair of the urban fantasy series, The Codex of Souls). He was also a contributor to the Foreworld Saga, notably the three volumes of The Mongoliad, Katabasis, and several of the SideQuests. During the day, he is the founder and publisher of RESURRECTION HOUSE, a fiercely independent genre publisher devoted to adoring the printed book from author to audience. At night, he is a synthesist, a trouble-shooter (and -maker), a cat herder, and an idea man. His favorite Tarot card is the Moon.
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CAB
CAB rated it 5 years ago
I enjoyed this snippet, but haven't decided if I want to read more involving these characters
Darth Pedant
Darth Pedant rated it 5 years ago
This third "book" in the Foreworld Saga follows in the same vein as its predecessors. There's a short story (Seer) up front which I quickly got bored with and skimmed (it was yet more backstory on one of the characters). After that, the conflicts against the Mongol invaders, within the Mongol Imperi...
Darth Pedant
Darth Pedant rated it 5 years ago
Book one of the Mongoliad ended on a cliffhanger with several characters in imminent peril and all of its story lines left twisting in the wind. Instead of picking up where book one left off, after a half-decent but forgettable short story (Dreamer), book two gives readers a snarky middle finger by ...
Darth Pedant
Darth Pedant rated it 5 years ago
In the interest of full disclosure, I'm going to state up front that I do not like serials as a storytelling format. They're too episodic, too disjointed, too repetitious for my liking. I picked up this book and three of its sequels for three reasons: 1. It's an awesome idea with some intriguing n...
Wyvernfriend Reads
Wyvernfriend Reads rated it 6 years ago
This is a book I'd like to return to for a re-read, some day. From the author's portrait inside the front cover you'd swear that he's lightweight. Nope, deep, ceremonial magical stuff here, the bloody messy stuff with death, blood and souls here. It starts when Markham, on the hunt for a woman ...
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