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Into a Dark Land – The God Wars, Book II
At the Edge of the World is a historical fantasy short story, and you can currently find it over on Amazon.com. Out of everything I’ve published thus far, this was perhaps the most fun to write.
As Caesar’s first invasion force lands on Britain in 55 BC, the legionnaire Lucanis learns the shocking truth behind the ill-fated expedition and to what lengths some will go to in order to protect the future.
5* Praise for At the Edge of the World
David E. Rosser: My book (Hermes the Olympian) is alongside this one in the rankings, but I expect Walter’s to go to the top. Walter is a writer I should envy because of his quality and consistency. I recommend not just this book, but also (Celadonian Tales and Gods of sand and stone) his other offerings on Amazon. I was captured by his knack of dragging the reader immediately into the thrust of the action and keeping me there while i should be writing my sequel! He takes me to the place where I should be to experience the story, and I enjoy it. Not any doubt to place this in the five star category, and I was lucky enough to catch it as a free issue.
Gods of Sand and Stone
Gods of Sand and Stone (The God Wars, Book I) is currently available at Amazon. It will eventually be available through iTunes, B&N and the rest once it propagates and I’ll update this list then. In the meantime, you can buy it at the sites below.
After the brutal slaughter of his family, Conn takes justice into his own hands in a quest for vengeance that carries him the length and breadth of the land, earning him the name Fuilteach – Bloodthirsty.
When a seemingly chance encounter reveals that he is merely a pawn in a dark plot by the God of Death, Conn must decide to pursue his vengeance or unravel the twisted strands of conspiracy and stand against the greatest threat humanity has ever faced.
His decision is complicated by the arrival of a dead chieftain’s daughter who might be more than she seems and a strange old man poking into the secrets of Conn’s past. Can Conn thwart the plot before the god’s agents find him? Can he stand against a god?
5* Praise for Gods of Sand and Stone
Q Bell: I must say that I quite enjoyed Vol 1 of The God Wars. I’m looking forward to the future volumes as well. Recommended for anyone who has a ‘hankering’ for Celtic Gods/Myths/Legends. Also, check out Walter Shuler’s other stories: Celadonian Tales Vol: 1 Blood and Brass and At the Edge of the World.
Leafy: I enjoyed reading Gods of Sand and Stone and I couldn’t put it down. Fast paced and action packed! I love historical pagan fiction. While I eagerly await Volume 2, I shall read At the Edge of the World next.
W.W. Frantz: The first scene sucks you right in and leads you to a whirlwind of battles! Enjoyed the twists and turns. Gods of Sand and Stone left me wanting more! Bring on Volume 2!
0ID: I’ve read A LOT of science fiction and fantasy in my 40+ years of existence, and for me this novel is one of the standout reads. It sets the scene of a dark ages Ireland, full of murk and cold grit, a true tale of conquest of demons real and personal. You are drawn along with the plot, leading you ever further into the land and its gloomy danger and intrigue. I found myself at times totally immersed, which is such a refreshing change in a story of this genre. Un-put-downable from start to finish. If you like this, also check out the author’s previous novel “Celadonian Tales Vol: 1 Blood and Brass” (Sequels pleas Mr Author, thank you kindly)
Celadonian Tales Vol I: Blood and Brass
The city of Celadon is ancient. Some say the city has always stood and will remain until the end of days. Venture into a new world in three fantastical tales. The Clockwork Men tells the story of Haem, Lord Northwarden and the alchemist Mikael Thorne, while Behind the Red Door is the story of a common thief and the score of a lifetime. Beneath the Stone is a tale of murder within Celadon’s royal family and dark secrets uncovered from the past.
5* Praise for Blood and Brass
Thea Atkinson (Author of Water Witch): I’m amazed that the author is offering this collection of tales so cheap. I’ve come to expect a quick cup of tea for more than a buck, so to be able to sit down and immerse myself in a new world with new characters for a few hours is worth more than that.
The author has created just that. The world may be vaguely familiar, being earth like with humanly characters populating it, but that’s what I really enjoyed, that feeling that it was comfortable and that the characters could be from a distant past, and that they could have/and did have the same concerns and worries as me. Well…sort of.
It had all the elements I love in good fiction: great characters, good writing, and stories that captured my attention; it also had so much more: a little bit of sorcery, fanciful thievery, golum type androids….*delightful shiver*
Reading this novel was like lying in bed at night as a child letting someone tell me a great story that could go anywhere or do anything. There was magic in that, and there’s magic in this collection. I’m looking forward to the next installment.
S. Parson: Wonderful NEW stories! It is very refreshing to sit down and read something that has not been written about for the umpteenth time over and over again! I will be eagerly awaiting the next installment.
Michael Thorne: Walter has an amazing gift for the written word. His ability to transport the reader to the far away worlds of their imaginations is amazing and is a gift often found lacking in today’s authors. Definitely give Blood & Brass a read and if you like it leave a review!