Strange New World (Artifice: Episode One)

Rated 4.40/5 based on 5 reviews
Opening your coat closet and unexpectedly discovering a portal into another world can be a slightly jarring experience.

Spotting a dragon staring back at you through said portal should have sent any sane person running for the hills.

Transported to the exotic city of Iathera, complete with magic and its own cast of eccentric characters, John decides to take an impromptu vacation. More
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About K. P. Alexander

Seems the only time I get writer’s block is when I’m trying to write about myself. I’ll flesh this section out eventually, but, to quote the words of Neil Gaiman, "I’m just making things up and writing them down."

You know what? Now I feel a little bad.

You see, I have a confession. I’ve never actually read anything by Neil Gaiman. Of course, I know of him, but I inexplicably never got around to reading any of his books. However, judging from the YouTube videos I’ve seen, he looks like a nice fella’. In truth, the only reason I know that quote is because I saw it on his Twitter profile after I Googled him.

Sorry, Neil. If it’s any consolation at all, Stardust is one of my all-time favourite movies…

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Reviews of Strange New World (Artifice: Episode One) by K. P. Alexander

Book Lover reviewed on Dec. 4, 2016

Great book, really enjoyed it!
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crpgnut reviewed on April 10, 2014

This is one book broken into 4 parts, with the first two parts being free. As far as I know the book isn't even complete yet. This is a sci-fi, dual world novel where someone from here ends up on a world with a different type of technology than earth. The reason that this one person was chosen, out of all other humans, was not explained in the first 100,000 words and so it's hard to give the book a decent review since the story isn't complete. What has been written so far is very slowly paced, but okay.
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Tam I am reviewed on July 12, 2013

I really enjoyed this book, which I picked up at a different site, and then found here. Looking forward to following the story, and hoping that we don't get a raise in the level of sex and cursing. The story is wonderful without them.
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Rowan Greig reviewed on March 19, 2013

I loved this book - can't wait for book 2
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Jacob Tryon reviewed on Feb. 11, 2013
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Very good. Where is number two?
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Stephen Brandon reviewed on Dec. 15, 2012

Very interesting, can't wait to read #2.
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