Beetiful designed the book cover for Night of the Bloody Tines by Rogan D. Feltmate.
Game of Thrones meets Suits in this action-packed epic fantasy about a city older than time, and the villains who seek its ultimate destruction. Or are they our heroes?
“Why? Who could hate us so much?” asked the Lord Mayor.
“What’s it all about, Sir?” Airn Dutta hung his head. “What’s it always, always, always been about in this City?”
The Mayor shrugged.
“Kasting,” said Airn.
Enter the city-state of Klinghammer, a former global superpower run by old guilds and older families. Its archaic corporatist government is the last of its kind, and Lord Mayor Trav Pinion sees the writing on the wall. With a pending bid to join the Concert of Tines—an international economic and military alliance—Klinghammer is on the cusp of taking its seat on the global stage once more. However, the Corporation’s repressive policies against magic have sparked outrage across the land, prompting Kasters to rise up…
Amid the tumult, Chelsi Ashbruner applies for an internship at Guildhall, and gets much more than she bargained for. She is hired as the Auxiliary to Airn Dutta, an up-and-coming political luminary and a descendant of the City’s most powerful industrial dynasty.
An attempt on the Lord Mayor’s life ignites a political powder keg, threatening to expose Klinghammer’s dirtiest secrets. An aged vigilante, a legendary swordsman, and a detective fallen from grace, are forced from retirement. Along with Chelsi and Airn, they’ll soon discover whether the City can survive its past when confronted by its eldest foes…
Debut author Rogan Feltmate bursts onto the literary scene with the first novel of the Klinghammer series—epic fantasy thrillers filled with political intrigue and romance, conspiracy and brutality, magic and mystery.
Rogan Feltmate is a fantasy and science fiction author who delights in rapid-fire dialogue, original worlds, and making bad things happen to good protagonists.
A Montreal native and former video game tester, Rogan anticipates telling his future grandchildren harrowing tales of his daily treks to school through blinding blizzards. When he isn’t writing, or braving the frozen Canadian wilderness on his way to lectures on post-humanism, he’s likely putting his political science degree to good use by playing and critiquing video games.