Cody L. Martin

Biography

Cody L. Martin grew up in the beautiful mountains of Wyoming where he became an avid sic-fi fan. He wrote his first screenplay in high school and has since been branched out into sci-fi and action novels. He currently works in Japan as a part-time English teacher in Yamaguchi Prefecture, and lives happily with his beautiful wife, Yoko. When he isn't writing he enjoys watching movies, reading and listening to Morning Musume, Berryz Koubou, C-ute, and other J-pop singers.

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Books

Adventure Hunters: Similitude
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Series: Adventure Hunters, Book 1. Price: $4.99 USD. Words: 64,130. Language: English. Published: January 25, 2012. Category: Fiction » Fantasy » General
(5.00 from 1 review)
Artorius, Regina, and Lisa, three adventurers explore ruins and ancient buildings looking for treasures. When they come across a collection of golems, they race to find the Lambda Driver, the key to restoring the war machines. They must track it down before their ruler, King Ryvas, does. If Ryvas finds it first, he will unleash their destructive power on the neighboring kingdom.

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  • Blood of the King (Khirro's Journey Book 1) on Jan. 05, 2013

    After reading On Unfaithful Wings, I was looking forward to Blood Of The King. For the most part, I wasn't disappointed. The story, a fantasy quest, has a good twist with the protagonist, Khirro, being cursed to complete it. He is bound to the king's blood and has to deliver it to the necromancer. He is compelled. Or is he? I found this book intriguing, with likable characters who aren't cut and dry and not always whom they seem to be. The story takes interesting twists, with enough common fantasy elements to satisfy fans but Blake gives most of them an interesting quirk or characteristic. Khirro is a bit whiny, like a more reluctant Luke Skywalker, but is still likable. The only thing I wished for was more worldbuilding. Places and things are hinted at, that had they been more fleshed out, would have enhanced the world. Blake's world is interesting and I want to see more of it, as well as its inhabitants. This is a trilogy and maybe that will happen in later volumes. Blake sets up some interesting threads in this first volume and I'm curious how everything is going to tie together. I recommend this book.