SF author L. S. King


Children of the Enaisi

a science fiction novel
by L. S. King

the second book of the Sword's Edge Chronicles


Now Available!


A life-destroying secret haunts one man, while another breaks his life oath to join murderous outlaws, and an entire people are threatened with upheaval by the rediscovery of ancient technology.

Children of the Enaisi


The Children of the Enaisi are set apart from their people for possessing unique abilities from their alien ancestors. For Marcalan this is a curse, as he carries a secret that could change his life forever. Nandhal forsakes his vows and kin to ally himself with fugitives, using his talents for evil. And Tam's gifts could restore long-lost knowledge, but will it bring turmoil to their entire way of life?


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"This is an excellent book indeed. The characters are soundly crafted, and I soon found myself pulling for the protagonists and roundly cursing the villains. The society is complex and intriguing; the action scenes are detailed and well described. I look forward to reading the rest of this fine series."
  - P.M. Griffin


"Children of the Enaisi has a beautiful high concept with a mysterious past of lost technology and ancient secrets. A fresh new take on Rangers that fans of classic pulp fantasy will love."
  - Jon Del Arroz



Thanks to:


Dr. Jonathan Crofts - My Very Own Physicist™ who has patiently waded through my questions and tried valiantly to keep me from breaking the laws of physics. Without him, the technology of this world would be much diminished, although to be honest, his brain would probably be in a much better state if he didnít have my stories twisting his mind into knots.


Christy Shaffer who designed the cover!





Children of the Enaisi, the second book in the Sword's Edge Chronicles
Now available!


Unlikely Prophet, the prequel of the Sword's Edge Chronicles is finished, and slated for release in late spring.


Next Event:
Cecil Con
Saturday, 14 April 2018





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