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Children of Madness


For a world gone crazy, only those raised among madness can help.

The Imperator of Quaan restlessly awaits the centennial arrival of the Snail-Gods to cure the Gloomtide, a shadow of melancholy blanketing the Titian Empire. But when the Supreme Helices finally make landfall, they do so out of reach of the distressed monarch, beyond a poisonous grove that separates man from messiah.


Fincher Bugg leads the Sour Flower Gang, the preeminent child harvesters of the Stenches, a town of outcasts condemned to diminished lives in toxic conditions. As Fincher and his four friends endure external abuse from outsiders, internally they also suffer, watching as their parents slowly succumb to the Maddening. Despite the solace of unbreakable friendship, life is unrelenting.


When a desperate king makes a seemingly magnanimous offer to a hopeless population, the Sour Flower Gang sets out on a harrowing expedition to find God for the very people who cast them aside.


During a journey in which the children encounter the unimaginable—both beautiful and nightmarish—a terrifying question takes shape. Are the Snail-Gods here to once more save mankind, or is the Gloomtide that has enveloped Quaan a precursor to humanity’s deserved end?

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The Station Trilogy



This question sits at the heart of The Station Trilogy. Around every corner, Marlin Hadder learns something new about the sunless city, its enigmatic creator, and its ultimate purpose. And the more he learns, Hadder realizes, the less he understands. As his journey takes him from magical city to alternate reality to neon metropolis to nightmarish island, Marlin Hadder slowly begins to understand one universal truth - the only person he can trust is himself, a man he's moved Heaven and Hell to kill.


Mixing elements of science fiction, fantasy, horror, and adventure, The Station Trilogy offers three distinct novels that transcend genres, taking the reader on a unique journey that entails genetic modifications, warring gangsters, vicious mutants, robotic killing forces, religious savages, and living nightmares. Take the ride, and finally learn the truth behind the world’s largest question –

"Strong worldbuilding and characters ground an imaginative setting, creating a powerful series opener." - Kirkus Reviews

What Others Are Saying About STATION

A great blend of Burning Man, Wizard of Oz, Hunger Games, Star Wars and Mad Max.

R.C. - Amazon Reader


A fresh new Sci-Fi thriller! Great writing style with plenty of surprises!

E.V. - Amazon Reader

Totally unexpected twists and turns. An enjoyable and imaginative read.

M.K. - Amazon Reader

THE STATION TRILOGY - Dark Contemporary Science Fiction
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