War of Kings and Monsters

War of Kings and Monsters

Christopher Keene


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"War of Kings and Monsters is a fast and compelling read with lovable characters and a well-drawn premise." —M. L. Spencer, author of The Rhenwars Saga

In a world beyond the reach of humans live the monstrous Melkai. Five hundred years ago, these powerful beings were banished from the human world, only welcome back when called and controlled by a human. But the spell that holds them back is weakening. Melkai are slipping through the barrier uncalled.

In order to restore the barrier, Nathan embarks on a quest to find the missing piece of an ancient and powerful artifact. Nathan’s own Melkai protects him as he travels the land filled with roaming monsters, but escaped Melkai are not the only threat he faces. An enemy kingdom is in possession of the missing piece of the artifact and they are more than willing to let Nathan’s people be overrun by Melkai rather than give up their power.


Christopher Keene:
Growing up in the small town of Timaru, New Zealand, Christopher Keene broke the
family trend of becoming an accountant by becoming a writer instead. While studying for
his Bachelor of Arts in English Literature from the University of Canterbury, he took the
school’s creative writing course in the hopes of someday seeing his own book on the shelf
in his favorite bookstores. He is now the published author of the Dream State Saga, as
well as The Midnight Queen from the Super Dungeon Series. In his spare time, he writes a blog
to share his love of the fantasy and science fiction genres in novels, films, comics, games,
and anime (fantasyandanime.wordpress.com).