Enclave Publishing Announces Four New Novels

Today the publisher formerly known as Marcher Lord Press announced four novels.
| Feb 4, 2015 | 4 comments |

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Today the publisher formerly known as Marcher Lord Press announced four novels, including one previously published title. Three titles will release April 7 and Waking Beauty will release May 5. All novels are available for pre-order.

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Dreams of Caladria, Joseph Benz

Through the breaking ice, in a vortex of brilliant light, energy, and sound, Jeremy plunges into a dangerous and mysterious new world. It is a world where music is absolutely prohibited — on pain of death. And Jeremy breaks that law when he arrives in Persus Am in a swirling cloud of light and music. A stranger in a strange land, he does not know why he has been sent. But it soon becomes clear that he must risk everything to help his new friends in the weary and war-torn world. From the vast Gray Desert to the jeweled palace of Perusus Am, the forbidding Rock of Calad to the fabled land of Caladria, Jeremy finds himself in the midst of horrifying evil and heroic goodness. As he searches for an answer to why he is here, he must face the truth that is written on his own heart.

(EDIT: Originally published in 1995 under the title Song of Fire.)

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Fusion Fire, Kathy Tyers

Forced to forsake her royal heritage, Lady Firebird now faces new and powerful enemies. Firebird is pregnant with twins when her new husband, Brennen Caldwell, is left as the only heir to ancient messianic prophecies. Meanwhile, on another world, Firebird’s sister defects to the enemy camp and is made a prisoner. Brennen’s superiors ask him to try to rescue her, and Phoena’s desperate husband travels light–years trying to enlist Brennen’s aid. But Brennen is not tempted to comply … until a divine dream sends him exactly where he does not want to go. Book two in the classic “Firebird” series. (Previously published under the same title)

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Heir of Hope, Morgan Busse

The great city of Thyra has fallen and shadows spread across the land. Rowen Mar, the last Truthsayer, is taken before the Shadonae. But the Shadonae are not who she thought they were, and now they want to claim her as their own. Caleb Tala, former assassin and prince, is now a Guardian of mankind. Exiled from his country, Caleb wanders the desert in search of his mother’s past and clues to who he is. These are the last days of the Eldaran race. Rowen and Caleb must find their way along the dark path set before them by their ancestors: to heal what was wounded and love where hatred grows. But the road is narrow and the darkness beckons. If either of them fails, all will be lost… And the human race will be no more. Book three of the Follower of the Word series.

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Waking Beauty, Sarah E. Morin

The rescue wasn’t going at all how he planned. Prince Arpien intends to gain a throne and the sleeping beauty’s heart with a single kiss that wakes her from the evil fairy’s curse. But kissing the princess is only the beginning of a series of unforeseen obstacles: man-eating bugs, deadly spindles, talking lapdogs, and fiery pickles. The sleeping beauty is the biggest complication of all. Princess Brierly is beautiful and Fairy–Gifted, but also … daft. After one hundred years of sleep imprisonment, Brierly refuses to believe this rescue is anything more than a tantalizing but doomed dream. Arpien is drawn to the vibrancy beneath Brierly’s indifferent exterior. Can they reclaim her kingdom? Do they dare trust in the Prince of the old tales to help them battle the evil fairy who cursed Brierly? What is the price of waking beauty?

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D. M. Dutcher
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decent schedule. Seems like he’s getting his stride in. I have to agree that cover for the Busse book is excellent.

Tim Frankovich
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I was reading the description of Dreams of Caladria and thinking… “This sounds awfully familiar.” I walked over to my bookshelf and sure enough… there it is, published in 1995: Song of Fire by Joseph Bentz. The back cover blurb is even 100% exactly the same as the above.  🙂

E. Stephen Burnett
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Ah, another republished title originally from another publishing house (Thomas Nelson, 1995). Thanks for that find, Tim. I’ve amended the above text to include that fact.

Julie D
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The sleeping beauty one intrigues me most. I’ve often wondered how the prince and princess would get along in such a scenario

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