I’m absolutely thrilled to announce that War Aeternus 3: The Culling is now available for purchase on Amazon and for reading on Kindle Unlimited!
This is one of the darkest works yet, and Lee struggles to stand his ground against an immoral enemy who will stop at nothing to get what she wants. His patience and cunning are pushed to the limits as he tries to devise a way to protect everything he knows and loves, and he risks everything by teaming up with old friends, old enemies, and by forging new alliances in order to survive. And then there’s Jade, who is by far the best character we’ve ever written. The very anthesis to Valerie. Finally!
War Aeternus 3: The Culling
War Aeternus 2:
War Aeternus 2 Chapter 2 is now available!
I’ve been hesitant to continue sharing the chapters because of everything that has been going on for both of us. Charles is up to Chapter 8 now, however, and I think it’s safe to say that he has a strong enough lead that I shouldn’t have to worry about catching up before the book is finished.
The first chapter of War Aeternus 2 has been posted!
As always, this is a bit tentative, and some things are set to change before the final version. Hope you enjoy this first look.
I am very, very pleased to announce that War Aeternus is now available as an audiobook! We had the immense pleasure of working with the extremely talented Jeff Hays on this book, and I absolutely cannot sing his praises enough. Through and through, this guy is a professional and a real pleasure to work with.
Lee is a quiet and unassuming office worker who leads a life of solitude, comfort, and routine. Day in and day out, he shuts off his brain, keeps his head down, and goes about doing his job and minding his own business. That is, he does until a drunken god shows up randomly one day and whisks him off into another world, demanding that Lee serve as his pawn in a game between the gods. Now, trapped in a completely different world full of danger, magic, and creatures he’s never imagined outside of fairy tales and video games, Lee has to figure out how to stay alive long enough to make it back home.
Soundbooth Theater dives into another instant RPG Gamelit classic in War Aeturnus. With this piece of reverent comedy and philosophy about the role of belief in our modern times, Charles Dean has filled a void in the world of Gamelit by creating a Candide for the genre. Not only will Lee’s exploits with his psychotic sidekick, Miller, make listeners laugh and spit out their Mountain Dew, it may even convince them to get off the couch for a little while and explore the world outside of video games and fantasy.
The Soundbooth Theater team for this production:
Jeff Hays – Narration, Characters, Production Supervision
Dalton Lynne – Proofing
Alex Tate – Production, Editing, Mastering
©2017 Charles Aylett Ashby Dean (P)2018 Charles Aylett Ashby Dean
I’m proud to announce that War Aeternus is now available on Amazon! This marks the seventh book to be released. How cool is that?
You can find it here!
Unfortunately, it also means that I’ve had to restrict a large part of the content that’s available here due to Kindle Unlimited requirements. But, I’ve left the final two chapters (minus the epilogue) online so people can catch up in case they missed them.
First, I’m very happy to announce that The Bathrobe Knight: Volume I has been adapted into an audiobook! How cool is that? The first volume was narrated by Matthew Broadhead, and he brings rather interesting voices to the characters I’ve grown to love and want to kill (just you, Valerie.) He has a great speaking voice, and we’re happy to add him to part of the TBK family.
The Bathrobe Knight: Volume 1 is now available on Audible.
In the second bit of news, I think we finally have everything set and ready to publish for the newest book War Aeternus. This book has previously been listed under the working title War of Eternity, but due to naming conflicts that popped up at the last moment, we were forced to make the decision to change it. This is about as close as we could come to the original without completely losing the naming schema and feeling of the title. And we’re happy to have it!
While it’s not available for purchase quite yet, here’s a little preview of the cover art. It’s different from what we’ve done in the past, but I think this has a great LitRPG feeling to it.