Troubador The Skyscar

Released: 28/03/2016

eISBN: 9781785895197

Format: eBook

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The Skyscar


The Skyscar takes us on a thrilling quest through the afterlife. After death, a condemned soul may find itself in a new form: as a demon on one of the many hells. These dismal worlds are home to demonic overlords and other lurking horrors, all locked in a constant battle to gain power over the Skyscar, the mortal dimension and Earth itself. Corruption and torture are common practice in the demonic worlds, even when there is little to be contested. However, when an item of real value becomes available, it is only a matter of time before war breaks out. A pure soul, with the ability to grant immense power to its owner, has fallen into the hands of the arch-demon, Mulltroch. He is not the only demon that covets it, so battle lines are quickly drawn between the Skyscar’s many demonic clans. Angelic astral beings travel through the afterworlds in an attempt to create a balance across them. One such astral hides amongst the warring demons, attempting to recover the soul before it is lost. His search commences, spanning both the mortal and demonic realms, but such a valuable item is not easily found…The Skyscar is an imaginative and gripping first novel that will appeal to those looking for inspired new fantasy worlds.

Book due out on the 28th March 2016

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Xander  Macdonald

Xander Macdonald was born in Bowden in Cheshire in 1966.

He grew up with his three brothers, John, Charles and James in Heaton Moor in Stockport.

His father was an artist, lecturer, and author who wrote several books on art and architecture, and having an interest in genealogy wrote ‘Back to Lochaber’. Xander’s mother met his father at art college where she studied sculpture.

He was educated at Stonyhurst College and went to the City of London Polytechnic to study Geology. He retrained as a software programmer early in his career and is now a freelance Programme/Project Manager.

Xander now rents a room in Henley-on-Thames where he lives with his Bernese Mountain Dog called ‘Dusty’.


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