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The Pygmalion Plot
By: Timothy R. Wright
About the Book
Another average birthday for J.T. Brown, an average guy from Missouri. Average, that is, until a mysterious attack on the St. Louis Arch turns his world upside down. When he meets the strange and beautiful Cassandra Troy, he learns that there are other Earths beyond his own. Together with his old friend Eric—now a transdimensional peacekeeper in the employ of the otherworldly Baryls—he and a ragtag team of mages and warriors must band together to save a pair of missing wizards and prevent the destruction of not just one world, but all seven Earths, as the possibility of another universe-shattering Cataclysm looms.
An epic tale of fantasy and science fiction traversing multiple richly rendered worlds, The Pygmalion Plot is a page-turning adventure with magic and monsters and mystery unfolding at every turn. Drawing from the author’s own experiences in the Army, it also explores the ethical conflict of when to get involved, when to disobey orders, when to act despite the consequences because it is the right thing to do.
About the Author
Timothy R. Wright grew up in the Midwest and served eight years in the U.S. Army as a Logistics Officer. He is also a licensed attorney. He and his wife, Mara, are both huge fans of fantasy and science fiction, and had a Middle Earth-themed honeymoon in New Zealand.
Timothy is also a student of history, and real historical events, as well as classic and contemporary fiction, have been a marked influence on the Moongates series. The Pygmalion Plot is the first of a planned series of seven novels.
(2018, Paperback, 340 pages)