Dragon Seed; Archemi Online Chronicles, Volume 1

By James Osiris Baldwin

Synopsis

What would you give to be a dragon rider?

Before being conscripted to fight in the Total War, Private Hector Park had a shattered family, a collection of old video games, and a promising career as a motorcycle stuntman. Now, he is dying from a virus threatening humankind with extinction. He has three days to live.

When Hector’s brother contacts him after years of hostile silence, Hector goes to try and make peace. But his brother has an offer even more unbelievable than reconciliation: the chance to cheat death by joining him in Archemi, a full-immersion fantasy VR-RPG video game.

Determined to forge a life worth living, Hector undergoes the experimental upload process and chooses the difficult path of the Dragon Knight. To achieve his dream, he must prove himself worthy of imprinting a dragon, a being with whom he will share a telepathic bond more intimate than any human relationship.

But at what cost?

Join Hector on his first steps toward mastering the skies in Dragon Seed, the first audiobook in the Archemi Online LitRPG series!

The Soundbooth Theater team for this production:

Justin Thomas James – Narration, Music, Sound Design
Jeff Hays – Steve, Skyr Arnaud, and Other Supporting Characters
Laurie Cateherine Winkel – Rutha, Sergeant Blackman, and all Other Female Characters
Griffin Malnar – Proofing, Editing, and Mastering

©2018 James Baldwin (P)2018 James Baldwin

About The Author

Dragon Award-nominated author James Osiris Baldwin writes epic dark fantasy, LitRPG, and science fiction. He is the author of the bestselling Archemi Online Chronicles (Dragon Seed, Trial by Fire, Kingdom Come) and the critically acclaimed occult horror series, The Hound of Eden.

James has historically devoured books by Ed Greenwood, Frank Herbert, Mercedes Lackey, Robert T. Bakker, Alan Moore, Eiji Yoshikawa, Margaret Weiss, Anne McCaffery, and Neil Gaiman. Like a literary locust, he chewed through every Forgotten Realms and Dragonlance novel he could get his hands on, as well as most of the science fiction shelf and a lot of nonfiction animal books.

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