Today I'm featuring The Enemy of an Enemy (Lost Tales of Power) by Vincent Trigili. Being SciFi/Fantasy, it's in a slightly different genre to the books I usually post (one with paranormal elements).
Author Vincent Trigili, as per my posting rules, provided me with a book-related fact he'd never shared before. Here it is ...
In Vincent Trigili's words: I never knew that "magi" was a plural of "magus" until a year or so after the release when I hired an editor. I thought it meant "wise person" and was both singular and plural (you know like deer). That is the reason that in “The Academy,” Phoenix and Michael have the conversation about “magi” and “magus.”
Description of The Enemy of an Enemy:
Vydor was on a fast track to the highest-ranking position in the Imperial Navy’s security forces and was recently assigned to the senior staff of the flagship of the Navy, the Dragon Claw. All he wanted to do his entire life was to serve his god, the Emperor, and given his phenomenal performance during his training in the Naval Academy, it seemed he would be able to do just that. Everything seemed to be going his way, until the Dragon Claw and its massive command fleet was sent on a rather unusual assignment to investigate a minor incident deep within the Empire’s space. That one event would start Vydor down a path filled with fantastically powerful enemies and extraordinary friends that would obliterate everything he ever understood to be true and threaten the very foundations of the Empire itself.
Vincent's newest work is The Lost Tales of Power series of books which are a sci-fi fantasy cross over. Vincent is a graduate student at Liberty University, and presently holds undergraduate degrees in Math and Computer Science. Currently, he is working as an Enterprise Architect at Liberty University.
The worlds described in The Lost Tales of Power series were born out of Vincent's long history of creating role playing games in the old pen and paper tradition. He uses the rich history of those worlds he created to imagine an entirely new world for this series. Vincent uses his exposure and history with science and technology to keep the stories in the realm of the possible while balancing that with an eye for fantasy.
Purchase The Enemy of an Enemy (Lost Tales of Power):
Amazon US: http://amzn.to/143gf1t
Amazon UK: http://amzn.to/11HvXAf
Barnes & Noble: http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/the-lost-tales-of-power-volume-i-vincent-trigili/1110283495?ean=2940011145001
Thank you for reading,
Author Andrew Butcher.