Dean Lappi

Biography

Dean Lappi is the author of The Aleph Null Chronicles dark fantasy series that blends sexuality, science, and horror into the traditional fantasy genre. He created a world populated with characters that live and breathe, love and hurt. They face trials anyone can understand but in a fantastical world of mathematics-based magic, monsters out of your worst nightmares, sword masters who aren’t human, giants, and a race of people that can affect time itself.

Enter the amazing world of The Aleph Null Chronicles!

Dean was born on the Minnesota Iron Range, which is located far to the north and is the source of one of the largest iron ore deposits in the country. He earned a Master of Arts degree in English and works as a Web Content Manager and Editor for one of the largest corporations in the world.

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Books

Blood Numbers: The Aleph Null Chronicles: Book Two
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Series: The Aleph Null Chronicles, Two. Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 147,840. Language: English. Published: June 5, 2013. Category: Fiction » Fantasy » General
Sid is the Aleph Null, his power of Black Numbers awakened, but he cannot yet manipulate those numbers. Pursued by evil forces from all directions, he journeys with his friends to a faraway land that may hold the key to his powers. Along the way he meets a powerful woman who awakens his first feelings of true love, but who may also be the one destined to destroy him.
Black Numbers: The Aleph Null Chronicles: Book One
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Series: The Aleph Null Chronicles, One. Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 126,920. Language: English. Published: June 5, 2013. Category: Fiction » Fantasy » General
In a land where advanced mathematics is the source for magic, Sid finds himself in the middle of a millennia-long struggle that he cannot understand and wants no part of. On the run from mysterious forces who believe his is the Aleph Null, the one prophesied to control the power of Black Numbers, Sid must journey to find those who can help him understand his awakening powers before it is too late.

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