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Six Fantasy Stories Volume Two

Six Fantasy Stories Volume Two

Six Fantasy Stories Volume Two


Short Story Collection by Robert Jeschonek

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DELIGHTFULLY INSANE

Jeschonek´s stories are delightfully insane, a pleasure to read.

Fabio Fernandes, Fantasy Book Critic

PULSING WITH DARK AND FANTASTICAL LIFE

Robert Jeschonek is the literary love child of Tim Burton and Neil Gaiman—his fiction is cutting edge, original, and pulsing with dark and fantastical life.

Adrian Phoenix, author of THE MAKER’S SONG series

ABOUT THIS SHORT STORY COLLECTION


In these pages, Robert Jeschonek will take you on a tour of the wildest places and people you’ve never imagined. You’ve never met anyone quite like Tizona, the talking sword of the Spanish warrior El Cid…Omar Wild, the dying jazzman whose tunes foretell the future…Terpsichore the muse, who creates a monster when she makes a certain piper a medieval idol…Virgil the mind reader, who sees terrifying visions through the eyes of his true love…Alice, who finds that Wonderland can be a nightmare for grown-ups…and Vincent, an artist haunted by creatures with top hats for heads. Don’t miss these edgy, exciting, and surprising fantasy tales by a Doctor Who author who was nominated for the British Fantasy Award. It’s the latest collection from award-winning storyteller Robert Jeschonek, a master of unique and unexpected science fiction that really packs a punch. This volume includes six fantasy e-book stories and novelettes for one low price:

“The Sword That Spoke”: Once upon a time, the sword Tizona helps the warrior knight El Cid cut a swath through the Moors invading Spain. But El Cid doesn’t know the great sword’s secret: that it has a mind of its own and talks only to his beautiful wife, Jimena. When woman and blade unite, can they free the legendary hero from a demon’s wicked clutches?

“Dionysus Dying”: Jazz star Bobby Ball sees the future when he plays his sax. The music of his dying idol, Omar Wild, throws open the door to tomorrow, but Bobby doesn’t like what he sees. A faded torch singer will die unless Bobby plays an impossible song, one that will force him to go solo in a race against time and the fight of his life.

“Groupie Everlasting”: Terpsichore the muse has a thing for musicians. Her passion breathes life into the careers of stars from the Pied Piper of Hamelin to a modern-day guitar hero. But when the latest in her long line of superstar finds flames out, Terpsichore must tap her own inner wild child for inspiration.

“Girl Meets Mind Reader”: When Virgil the mind reader falls in love with Bridget, he discovers he can see the world through her eyes. But the world she shows him is full of things that shouldn’t be there.

“The Return of Alice”: Alice has had a lousy life since she left Wonderland. All grown up and trapped in an unhappy marriage, she longs to escape. But when she finally manages to leap through the mirror, she finds that the Mad Hatter, Cheshire Cat, Tweedledum and Tweedledee are out for blood.

“Vincent’s Secret Students”: Beings from beyond time and space torment an artist on the brink of madness as part of an incredible quest. Will their bizarre visions drive Vincent completely over the edge, leaving him lost forever, even as they inspire the most amazing work of his life? Only the Notfolk know.

ABOUT ROBERT JESCHONEK


Robert Jeschonek is an award-winning author whose fiction, comics, and poetry have been published around the world. His young adult fantasy novel, My Favorite Band Does Not Exist, won a Forward National Literature Award and was named a Top Ten First Novel for Youth by Booklist magazine. His work has appeared in Fiction River, PodCastle, Postscripts, and other publications, and he was nominated for a British Fantasy Award. He has written official Doctor Who fiction, as well as comics for DC Comics and others. Robert has won an International Book Award and a Scribe Award for Best Original Novel from the International Association of Media Tie-in Writers. Visit him online at www.thefictioneer.com. You can also find him on Facebook and follow him as @TheFictioneer on Twitter.