a prequel to the Sword's Edge Chronicles
One man becomes the unintentional savior of his dying world.
Their planet is dying. His people have lost hope. Security Chief Avadhron struggles to keep order despite his own despair. When a long-forgotten portal opens, an alien arrives claiming he wishes to help. The planet extended as a safe haven offers life to Avadhron and his people, but can they cross to their new home before their own kills them all? What dangers await them on this unfamiliar world? And what lies behind the alienís altruism?
the second book of the Sword's Edge Chronicles
"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
A life-destroying secret haunts one man, while another forsakes his vows and kin to join murderous outlaws, and an entire people are threatened with upheaval by the rediscovery of ancient technology.
the second book of the Deuces Wild series
"It's fast-paced, fun, and well-written. ...you probably won't put it down until you finish."
- Lou Antonelli, speculative fiction author
"Recommended reading to all lovers of space opera, science fiction, and unlikely buddies saving the universe."
- Keanan Brand, speculative fiction author
"In DEUCES WILD, L. S. King gives us a fast-moving adventure, told with wit and grace, and more than a dose of humor."
- Mike Resnick
Slap and Tristanís dull cargo runs are thwarted by the Confederation, a spoiled brat, a mad engineer, and dangers from Tristanís past.