The End's Beginning - Krinics Series: Book 1

When Allanna Alill arrives to spend summer at her grandfather's home in Minnesota, she could never imagine the unbelievable journey awaiting
her. Mysteriously transported across the galaxy, Allanna awakens on Krinics, a moon orbiting the planet of Ramac. In this world where life and death dangle on the edge of a sword, she meets daring heroes, malicious villains, and marvelous creatures. More

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About Steven Eutsler

Steven Eutsler grew up traveling around America always being the quintessential new kid. In his travels, he met a vast array of people and their cultures that have molded him into someone who looks at the ordinary and extraordinary with a unique eye for detail.

He served in the U.S. Navy and held various jobs that varied from milkman to electrician. He graduated from Penn State University with a bachelor’s degree in secondary education, focusing on history. His work as a middle school and high school teacher reinforced in him the importance of looking at life in every conceivable way. An outside-the-box-thinking teacher, Steve would show students a new way of learning that was unique to them. It is a lesson he conveys through his writing.

A science fiction and fantasy fan from early childhood, Steven has developed his imagination and storytelling while integrating his love of history into his tales. He has been writing for his own love of storytelling since he was fourteen and for twenty-two years has been honing his imagination and storyteller’s voice.

Steven lives with the love of his life, Lori, in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, and is father to three wondrous children. Together they love to travel and experience what the world has to offer, and he infuses his experiences and inspirations into his writing.

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