The War and the Fox (Calatians Book 3)

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The American Revolution of 1817 has begun, and Kip Penfold’s talents as a fire sorcerer make him a valuable weapon. He and his friends are swept into the conflict, taking the side of the rebels because they hope to win a better life in the new country. But an old enemy of Kip’s pursues him through the war, taking greater and greater steps to capture his power.

It takes all the fox’s cunning to stay one step ahead—and then the rebellion betrays the Calatian people. Now Kip must decide which war he wants to win.

Novel by Tim Susman, Cover and interior art by Laura Garabedian

Author: Tim Susman
Style:  Literary Work
Content:  Novel
Pages: 312
ISBN: 978-1-61450-489-4
Parental Rating:  PG
Publication Date:  July 2019

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2019 Leo Literary Award – Best Novel

1 review for The War and the Fox (Calatians Book 3)

  1. David Boccabella (verified owner)

    This is Tim’s third book in the series and is all that I expected and more. I have read much of Tim’s work under his other non-de-plume and his style and capacity for world building shows through in this series.
    Tim’s search for historical accuracy as well as weaving in threads of magic, hybrids, and the civil war create an enjoyable tapestry of characters.
    Also.. if you are looking to buy this for more erotic material.. you will not find it. That being said you will be immersed in to a more genteel society which in it’s own way is refreshing.
    I look forward to more work from Tim in this genre.

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