Maldene is a world of magic and science, wizards and dragons; but home also to an incredible secret. One jealously guarded by History’s most villainous being: Miro. For centuries his presence has been plaguing the nightmares of gods and men; the world is in his thrall, there is no one willing to face him.
Or perhaps there is. The young wizard Sabu, and his elven friend Eldar, lead their companions on a journey to seek a destiny foretold them by a blind gold-skinned gypsy. Fighting a three-hundred foot dragon will be but the beginning of this quest, as they journey the globe in search of answers to the mystery of Miro’s villainy, and uncover the world’s long-buried secrets. For they are destined to lead a new battle against this most ancient of evils, to gather all beneath the banner of a mysterious King and face the unfaceable.
There is just one problem: Miro is counting on their success.
This is only the first in a series spanning a titanic THIRTEEN novels.
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A full-time author and ghostwriter, Southern California native Mark Anthony Tierno has crafted a truly epic fantasy novel that will take you to the ends of a world of magic, alien vistas, and ultimate evil. He holds a Master’s Degree in Physics, which often plays well in his creation of other worlds, and is the author of the Maldene series, his Inspector Flaatphut series, the 5-book Cyberdawn series, and others yet to be seen. He has this one problem with writing, though: he can't stop! When he's not working on his own projects he's working on someone else's, and currently has ideas for a LOT more… if he can just find the time away from the rest of it.
So how much is "a lot" when it comes to his works? Well, Maldene is a *thirteen* book series, of which the current release of "Maldene” is just the first novel in the series. "Maldene II: Mysteries Of Olde" is also released and is the second book in a series that comes out to an incredible 5.2 million words (the single longest series, I believe), with some 250 characters, and a plot that stretches across the many lands of Maldene, other dimensions, other worlds, and throughout thousands of years. The first couple of Maldene books alone will bring you across about 4-5 different continents, two worlds, and a rather strange dimension or two, in a story that one blogger described as being "LOTR meets The Odyssey". And on top of all that, Maldene has its own language which I use from time to time (that's right, this author has invented his own dictionary and alphabet).
All this is just tip of the iceberg, because there is far more to come.