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The Midnight Queen (Super Dungeon #5)

Christopher Keene

Paperback

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Description

The hope of Crystalia lies in the Prophecy of Five. 

The prophesied princesses have traveled the kingdom, fighting monsters and tyrants across the realm to bring about peace. But not all of the princesses have returned safely. Without them, darkness begins to overtake the land and its inhabitants. At the center of the growing darkness is the mysterious Midnight Queen, a figure seemingly involved in every plot against the Goddess, including capturing the missing princesses. 

To protect the kingdom, Otto of the Royal Paladins volunteers to face the Midnight Queen. Eager to rescue their missing sisters, Princesses Sapphire and Emerald accompany him to the center of the darkness—the Midnight Tower. 

The Midnight Tower is a terrible place—corrupted, deadly, and home to the Midnight Queen. Unless they defeat the evil sorceress, Crystalia will succumb to the dark creatures under the queen’s command. But the Tower knows their deepest fears, and a battle rages inside, as well as around, them. How will they keep the hope alive when they must overcome their greatest opponents yet—themselves?


"A fast-paced adventure set in a fascinating world. Thumbs up!" —Matthew P. Schmidt, author of The City and the Dungeon

"Chock-full of adventure and magic, and heroes fighting against great odds!" —Andrew Seiple, author of Threadbare

"Great heroes, great villain, and a great story. If you haven't read The Midnight Queen, you're really missing out.” —Zachariah Dracoulis, author of Galactic Badlands



Praise For The Midnight Queen (Super Dungeon #5)

"A fast-paced adventure set in a fascinating world. Thumbs up!"

- Matthew P. Schmidt, author of The City and the Dungeon
 

"Chock-full of adventure and magic, and heroes fighting against great odds!"

- Andrew Seiple​, author of Threadbare
 

"Great heroes, great villain, and a great story. If you haven't read The Midnight Queen, you're really missing out.”

- Zachariah Dracoulis, author of Galactic Badlands
 

Future House Publishing, 9781944452889, 224pp.

Publication Date: June 16, 2020



About the Author

While studying for his Bachelor of Arts in English Literature from the University of Canterbury, New Zealand native Christopher Keene took the school’s creative writing course in the hopes of someday seeing his own books on the shelves of his favorite bookstores. He is now the published author of The Dream State Saga, as well as his new epic fantasy War of Kings and Monsters and the Super Dungeon novelization The Midnight Queen. In his spare time, he writes a blog to share his love of the fantasy and science fiction genres in novels, films, comics, games, and anime (fantasyandanime.wordpress.com).