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New Blurb for The King’s Horse

If there’s one thing that I’ve learned when it comes to blurbs, it’s getting people’s 2 cents about them makes for a much better blurb. I love the questions, ideas, and comments that come. So here we have a new version. Tell me what you think!

The King's Horse by Adam DreeceAn all-new steampunk-meets-fairy tale series of heart, legacy, and duty, weaving together Black Beauty, Humpty Dumpty, the Muffin Man, Santa Claus, and more!
Christina Creangle was numb to the core as she stared out at the smoldering ruins of her life’s work. When the Moufan, an ancient secret society seldom, offered to take care of her senile father as repayment of an old debt, she readily agreed. The idea of hiding away from the world with her protege and father was too compelling to ignore or question. Besides, being in the care of the isolationist Moufan seemed like a safe place for her legendary inventor father, Christophe Creangle, to spend his final days.
But the winds of history are blowing fiercely after the first airship battle, spreading radical ideas to the ambitious and the fearful. Can even the Moufan be immune?
Elsewhere, an old, mechanical horse is discovered in the ruins of a presidential palace that could tip the continent’s delicate balance of power.
From the pages of the international best-selling series, The Yellow Hoods comes an all-new series that will have you laughing, crying, and wanting more.


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The book is now available for pre-order on Amazon and Kobo. You can also check out the official page for The King’s Horse.

2 thoughts on “New Blurb for The King’s Horse

  1. Alex McGilvery

    Elsewhere, an old, mechanical horse is discovered in the ruins of a presidential palace that could tip the continent’s delicate balance of power.

    I think you’ve flipped the order, since it reads as the ruins tipping the balance. Easy fix, move the ruinous phrase ahead of the horse and you’re good.

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