Exiles of Kho
by Christopher Paul Carey
The Signed Limited Edition Paperback is Sold Out
The Signed Limited Edition Hardcover is Sold Out
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Ebook edition available
The Signed Limited Edition trade paperback edition of Exiles of Kho has been sold out for the last two years—but it is now to be back in print! This time in hardcover with all-new cover art by Mark Wheatley!
To be published in August 2015, the print run will be determined by the number of preorders. A very small number of copies will be printed beyond the preorders, so make sure to order by July 1st!
Hundreds of years before the hero Hadon sailed forth from his shining city of gold and jewels upon his legendary adventures, the heroine-priestess Lupoeth set out upon the decree of the oracle to discover a new land upon the untamed shores of ancient Africa’s southern sea. But Lupoeth finds herself little prepared for the trials ahead, as well as those that follow upon her heels—for the jealous queen who wants her rival banished has appointed a worshiper of the sun god as the expedition’s priest, hoping to undermine the mission and seal its doom.
Now, lost in the deep jungle, Lupoeth must fight to keep her ill-equipped band of followers alive in the face of deadly beasts, savage Neanderthals, and conspiring enemies. Soon she finds the most accursed deity of her people’s faith, exiled from the empire by the Great Goddess Kho Herself, may be her only ally in this wild land. But Sahhindar, the god of Time and bronze, has a mysterious agenda of his own—one that Lupoeth fears might spell doom not only for her expedition, but for the entire world.
Christopher Paul Carey is the coauthor with Philip José Farmer of The Song of Kwasin, and the author of Hadon, King of Opar and the forthcoming Blood of Ancient Opar, all tales set in the lost civilization of Khokarsa. His short fiction may be found in anthologies such as Tales of the Shadowmen, The Worlds of Philip José Farmer, Tales of the Wold Newton Universe, and The Avenger: The Justice, Inc. Files. He is a Senior Editor at Paizo on the award-winning Pathfinder Roleplaying Game, and has edited numerous collections, anthologies, and novels. He holds a master’s degree in Writing Popular Fiction from Seton Hill University. Chris and his wife Laura live in Seattle, Washington. Visit him online at www.cpcarey.com.