The ‘Portal Wars’ Trilogy
Path of the Guardian
The kingdom that had protected him for so many years had now betrayed him. It had torn everything away from him. Now he was alone, and the end was approaching.
Boren, a young man with a past far more mysterious than he realizes, is desperate, alone and on the run. His family has just been slaughtered by the assassins of Ferdul, the usurper king of the island kingdom of Siskail, on the periphery of the Empire.
This is all he keeps thinking. But the answer will not be easy to find. Rescued by one of the last warrior mages, the duo will need to travel far and face their worst nightmare. Little do they know a threat long-forgotten is looming.
Path of the Nemesis
Boren stopped the hordes of the world of Taytos, only to end up trapped on Taytos himself. Now he lives with one goal: vengeance. To reach his goal, he will seal a pact with a bloodthirsty clan of dragons. The beasts lost eons ago their war against the Anjuns, lords of Taytos, and are now imprisoned for eternity. With some of their strength to help him, Boren begins the most dangerous of journeys. It is an odyssey that will end with the destruction of the Anjuns or with his death by their hands. For vengeance leaves no other option.
Meanwhile, his old companions face a new threat to the homeworld of Komad. A dangerous cult of Tek Wielders, powerful warrior mages, has formed and threatens to usher in a new age of destruction across the Empire. Feridun, Deuc and Daiel will need to unmask their plans before it is too late. To do so, they will need to resurrect the Tek Wielders’ long-forgotten power.
But neither Boren nor his friends on Komad fully understand what machinations are at play, as the war between worlds enters a new and even more dangerous phase.
Of Gods and Mobsters
What would the gods of Mount Olympus do with 24 hours in Hong Kong? Why are Ulysses and Mercury mixed up with gangsters? How would Holmes and Watson, Aladdin, and King Midas appear in the 21st century? And who — or what — is the Pied Piper of Homantin? Classical gods and heroes. Men and women of myth, legend and folklore. Characters from the greatest 19th and 20th century novels. All of them relocated, reimagined and retold in this collection of short stories and poetry from the Hong Kong Writers Circle.
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