The Prince Collector

The Prince Collector : Royal Seasons Book 2

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Want your Sci-Fi books with a new twist? Welcome to Meridian Wanderings: The Prince Collector, Royal Seasons, book 2 of 4 features a lost Snow Elf huntress who finds herself on Earth in the year 2013. Long forgotten creatures from Fairie are searching for a portal out of this world. Before it closes forever. The government has been capturing mystical beings, aliens and anything else they can get their hands on. Their enigmatic leader has known of the existence of other realms for years. Past villains return, new alliances are formed, love is lost and found. On a run to escape Earth, betrayal and secrets hide around every corner. Time is of the essence when shadows obscure "The Prince Collector." Read & review The Prince Collector on Amazon and tell your friends about the Meridian Wanderings Sci-Fi book series. Thank you to all of our loyal readers and fans!show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 350 pages
  • 152.4 x 228.6 x 20.07mm | 598.74g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • English
  • Large type / large print
  • Large Print
  • Illustrations, black and white
  • 1507582919
  • 9781507582916

About Kira Cul'tofay

Sci-Fi book author, Kira Cul'tofay started working for the sci-fi magazine Knightmares in the early 90s', mostly drawing covers and interior art but also writing a monthly comic strip. For many years she wanted to write a fantasy or sci-fi novel. She grew up loving to read but fantasy was never her interest. Cul'tofay's preference was for first-hand accounts of aliens, crypto-zoological creatures, ghosts, hauntings, curses and UFO's. She wanted to know everything she could about scientific discoveries and was fascinated with fables, fairytales and mythology. The draw here was the correlation between things that were written and spoken of in fables and religion and the fine line between what might be true. "This was where my imagination took flight. I didn't care what other people or writers thought of these topics since I had my own ideas." For almost 15 years the ideas and characters traveled around her head. They commingled with current events and the storylines continued to grow. In the summer of 2005 Cul'tofay began writing Queen of the World. This would be the first of a four-book story arc called, Royal Seasons, that encompassed each branch of royalty as well as a love of the seasons. Her fondness of characters, threads and interconnectedness shaped this new world. She envisioned a series of novels that would be made up of multi-book storylines as well as stand-alone tales. Each story would be tied together by lines that would only be visible to readers of the entire series. Much like life, the novels can continue even if certain figures didn't survive or if a reader had only picked up one book. Expect to see new titles from Cul'tofay that will keep the meridian wanderings world moving more