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Skies Unbroken by Michael L. Watson

 

Skies Unbroken is a serialized fantasy saga set in a world of endless skies, drifting isles, and continental plateaus rising above an impassable cloud floor. This is a world rebuilding in the wake of a grand empire’s collapse and the successor states’ failures. Airships of all kinds traverse these skies, crewed by all kinds of folk. But in the Northwest Frontier they’re of a wilder variety. Pirates and Prospectors. Explorers and Settlers. Merchants and Thrill Seekers. Dominators and Dreamers.

The crew of the Wink and Smile are looking to spread their wings, take on a few shake-down missions, and pull together the cash in preparation for an oncoming land rush. However, their collective pasts are keeping pace and the endless frontier skies are brewing up a whole new storm.

Note: Skies Unbroken contains some graphic violence and harsh language.


An ongoing series, with new episodes weekly

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Listed: May 30, 2016

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By Chris Poirier, editor

May 30, 2016: Really nice pulp fantasy writing. Reminds me of Final Fantasy and Serenity and things of that nature. Definitely worth a look for fantasy readers.

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Memorable characters in a unique and enthralling world

By Qorvus, author of Echo of the Ages

Jun 1, 2016: I binge-read the entirety of what has been posted so far, a not insubstantial amount, and am now eagerly awaiting the next instalment. As a fan of Firefly, I was draw to the Fireflyesque feel of the story, of a crew of misfits, each with their own secrets, flying about trying to make a living.

The difference though is that this isn’t set in space but in a rather unique – and enticing – world, one of floating islands set in the aftermath of a war and the fall of an Empire, with all the chaos, and opportunity, that comes from it.

The characters are intriguing, each with their own mysteries that are slowly coming to light and the world building is top notch.

As an avid gamer, the world of Skies Unbroken would be an amazing one to play in.

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