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The Key to Castle Krondolee

by Jayden Woods

A foreigner surprises everyone in Castle Krondolee when she claims to possess the key to a room that has remained closed for centuries, its contents unknown. Arken Jeridar, descended from the god of greed, schemes...



Last Tales of Mercia 6: Hereward the Wake

by Jayden Woods

Young Hereward ("the Wake") finds out that a Norman castle is being built in Shropshire and rides with a group of rowdy boys to cause trouble. Set in the Dark Ages of Engla-lond, the "Last Tales of Mercia" are...

Last Tales of Mercia 5: Osgifu the Sister

by Jayden Woods

Osgifu finds out that her sister, Elwyna, may soon be hanged for murder. She faces a hard decision of whether to leave matters to fate or oppose the Normans herself. Set in the Dark Ages of Engla-lond, the "Last...

Last Tales of Mercia 4: Ralph the Knight

by Jayden Woods

When a fight between a Norman and a Saxon gets out of hand, Sir Ralph must employ the help of a knight named Geoffrey to cover up the unfortunate incident. Set in the Dark Ages of Engla-lond, the "Last Tales...

Last Tales of Mercia 3: Elwyna the Exile

by Jayden Woods

In the late 1040's, the first group of Norman lords arrives in Engla-lond. King Edward believes they are allies. But as Lord Richard FitzScrob begins to construct the first Norman castle in Engla-lond, the conflict...

Last Tales of Mercia 2: Richard the Norman

by Jayden Woods

In 1051, King Edward calls upon the lords of Engla-lond to protect him from the rebellious earl of Wessex, Lord Goodwin. Richard FitzScrob is a Norman lord who has only been in Engla-lond for a few years and...

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Commented on Faster Than Light: The Fallen Goddess

jaydenwoods (19 books)
Thu, 25 Nov 2010 04:31:16 +0100

This novella is the first in an ongoing series. It is quite entertaining on its own, but also serves as an introduction of the characters and ideas that continue to develop as the plot thickens. The second book, "Dobhriathar," further explores the governor who ran away from her space colony, in fact. These books combine fast-paced, intricately woven plots with intelligent sci-fi themes that are both fascinating and horrifying. Pierce is sort of like Orson Scott Card meets H.P. Lovecraft. Great series so far, and I look forward to reading more!

Commented on The First Lost Tale of Mercia: Golde the Mother

jaydenwoods (19 books)
Tue, 29 Jun 2010 18:30:14 +0200

Thanks so much for pointing that out, I now have a list posted!