Wintertide

Wintertide by Michael Sullivan

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Michael Sullivan

A book by Michael Sullivan

Michael J.

Sullivan was born in Detroit and lived in Vermont, North. Caroline and Virginia. He worked as a commercial artist and illustrator, founded his own advertising agency in 1996, and closed it in 2005 to devote his entire working day to writing. The Crown Conspiracy is his first published book. Michael currently lives in Fairfax, Virginia with his wife and three children.  About the series The Conspiracy Against the Crown is the first of six books in the Riyria Revelations series (or Riyria, I don`t know how they pronounce it). It is neither a single plot sequence, nor an overall long text. Rather, the Revelations of Riyriya are conceived as a single epic story told through six individual episodes. While the book may hint at maturing mysteries and intrigues, these lines are not essential to satisfyingly ending this episode - which has a beginning, middle, and end of its own. Moving away from current trends in fiction to being long, detailed and dark, Revelations of R...

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Michael J. Sullivan was born in Detroit and lived in Vermont, North. Caroline and Virginia. He worked as a commercial artist and illustrator, founded his own advertising agency in 1996, and closed it in 2005 to devote his entire working day to writing. The Crown Conspiracy is his first published book. Michael currently lives in Fairfax, Virginia with his wife and three children.  About the series The Conspiracy Against the Crown is the first of six books in the Riyria Revelations series (or Riyria, I don`t know how they pronounce it). It is neither a single plot sequence, nor an overall long text. Rather, the Revelations of Riyriya are conceived as a single epic story told through six individual episodes. While the book may hint at maturing mysteries and intrigues, these lines are not essential to satisfyingly ending this episode - which has a beginning, middle, and end of its own. Moving away from current trends in fiction to being long, detailed and dark, Revelations of Riiriya return the genre to its roots. Avoiding unnecessary complications of language and building the world for its own sake, this series concentrates the best elements of traditional fantasy - great characters, complex plot, humor and drama in appropriate proportions. Although written for adult readers, Revelations of Riyriya do not contain sex, images of violence or abuse, making them suitable for readers 13 and older. PS. The six books of Revelations of Riyriya, originally published by the author himself, were later reissued as three volumes. There are two related series, The Revelations of Riyriya and The Chronicles of Riyriya, which can be read either in chronological order or in order of publication. The author himself advises to read in the order of publication. Order of publication: - Theft of swords (Conspiracy against the crown + Avempartha) - Rise of an empire (Rise of Nifron + Emerald Storm) - Heir of Novron (Winter + Perseplikis) - Crown tower - Rose and thorn - Death of Dulgath English: - Theft of Swords (contains The Crown Conspiracy and Avempartha) - Rise of Empire (contains Nyphron Rising and The Emerald Storm) - Heir of Novron (contains Wintertide and Percepliquis) - The Crown Tower - The Rose and the Thorn - The Death of Dulgath Chronological order: - Crown Tower - Rose and Thorn - Death of Dulgath - Stealing of Swords (Conspiracy Against the Crown + Avempartha) - Rise of an Empire (Rise of Nifron + Emerald Storm) - Heir of Novron (Winter + Perceplikis) Awards 2009 National Indie Excellence Award Finalist 2008 ReaderViews Literary Award Finalist 2007 Foreword Magazine Book of the Year Finalist Fantasy Book Critic named it one of 2008`s noteworthy indie books.  Author`s site