The Princess of Caldris

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The Pandoran Age Chronicles Book One

Winteroud Sole is a young psychic when the Royal Detectives bring him on a case of missing persons; the Princess of Caldris. It is not long before the small group of investigators draws fire. The Transhuman Imperials, numerous galactic corporations, and underworld space syndicates all are suspect. In the Palace library Winteroud senses a great inhuman evil... More
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About Dante D'Anthony

From South Buffalo New York. Producer, writer, artist.
Currently heading up the launch of the “Pandoran Age Chronicles” franchise and the “Magnificent Raiders of Dimension War 1” feature film. D’Anthony has worked in Finance, NYSE Licensed broker with AG Edwards. He has worked in Commercial finance and project development in Miami with $70M in assets under management as the personal assistant to the owners at DCA International Real Estate and several high end Design, Architectural, and Development firms working on numbers of projects from conception through all aspects of Design Development, Financing, and Project management. In 2003 he beat 25 municipalities out for the Florida Communities Trust Grant ($6M) with his designs for parks in Southwest Ranches Florida. He has owned and managed two art publishing companies that have published art on clothing with national retailer accounts while maintaining ongoing bricks and mortar galleries. His current venture (a full animated studio launch) with a major Hollywood Producer involved includes a complete matrix of a feature film and merchandising franchise and a full console video game. Education: Undergraduate work at SUNY Buffalo, across from the venerable Albright Knox, Bachelor of Science in Design 1985 with a Concentration in Urban & Environmental Design. Included were seminars in Urban Planning and Design, and studios Interior Des, minor in Art History. At FIU in Miami graduate level Coursework in Fine Art & Special Education (continuing certification for Florida Department of Education) included figure drawing studies under the noted Richard Duncan. Additional Graduate Work in Architecture, Florida Atlantic University School of Architecture. NYSE Series 7 broker License, A.G. Edwards & Associates. U.S. Army reserves Corporal, anti-tank gunner.


The Pandoran Age Chronicles
Millin Quinoa of the smuggler and mercenary star-frigate "Taloned Sire" blasts out of Chrysler's world, the only member of the crew to escape an arrest setup by a competing syndicate. He flees deep out space-to the Hercules Cluster, Phlegra Station, where he meets an old, derelict star pilot with a tale to tell...

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Review by: Marnix Rekkers on Feb. 23, 2015 :
This is one of the better and unique sci-fi stories i've ever read.
it's an amazing and intelligent story which i really enjoyed. this has now become one of my favorite stories and i would recommend this to every sci-fi fan.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: cederom on Aug. 11, 2014 :
sci-fi fan writing for sci-fi fans =)
(review of free book)

Review by: Dawn Chapman on Nov. 25, 2013 :
Princess of Caldris is the start to an epic adventure set across one of the most thought out and imagined galaxies I've had the pleasure to read. Winteroud and his insight intrigue right from the first few pages. His internal thoughts and perspective drive the story forward at a pace second to none. I thoroughly enjoyed the action entwined with the beautiful descriptions and Winteroud’s apt sense of humour.

The artwork displayed throughout the book might only be visible in certain e-formats, the detail here to characters, landscapes and Dante’s vision of his world added a very different perspective to reading a novel. Not only could I visualise my version, but I had the experience of actually seeing it brought to life. This makes this book and subsequently the rest of the series, even more promising. It is professionally put together on a level that most authors could only dream of.
A wonderful start to an extraordinary tale, leaving many questions and a desire to read on.
(review of free book)

Review by: Michael Dobrovics on Aug. 01, 2013 :
not really a book. it just ends in the middle of the story.
it is more like the first 20% of a book.
(review of free book)

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