The Ravencrest Chronicles: Book One
When a thief prowling the city of Seahaven encounters the unexpected, he finds himself battling for his very life against creatures of the night.
Gareth Vann is an accomplished thief in the city of Seahaven. He is mostly concerned with coin and drink, but does have an altruistic streak. He never intended to be a hero, though, until an encounter with vampires, dreaded undead creatures of the night. Now, he finds himself trapped in the middle of a conspiracy that reaches all the way to the highest levels of nobility and must reluctantly hunt the creatures of the night the only way he knows how: from the shadows.
Length: Novella, approx 80 pages
Genres: Fantasy, Dark Fantasy, Flintlock Fantasy, Action Adventure
Praise for Seahaven:
“Clean prose and a well-realized world of ale-houses and choked back-alleys and sewers delivers an enjoyable read, enriched by a punchy plot and cast of humorous and hateful characters from pirates to prostitutes; vampires to street urchins. Seahaven has it all!”
Benjamin Hope on Goodreads – 4 Stars
“This adventure held my interest, and I finished it in one sitting. I couldn’t put it down. The setting reminded me of the 1600-1700’s and is well developed and makes you feel like you are right there and can smell and taste the adventure. Gareth’s character is well developed and engaging with humor behind the lines at times. There is a Robin Hood mentality that gives the twist that makes one fall in love with Gareth immediately. The other characters are truly intriguing and likable. The rest of the series promises to be a very good read. I can hardly wait.”
May on Goodreads – 5 Stars
“I found the story to be very enjoyable and I do look forward to reading the next book in the series. The characters were developed well and there are a few interesting concepts that add to the story.”
Adam Hitz on Goodreads
“This book was simply wonderful. I never got bored and fell in love with the characters. Bass has really put a fresh new perspective on this genre.”
Sophia LeRoux on Goodreads – 5 Stars