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Thy Fiefdom Comes by [K.O Chin, David]
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Forgive me.
Scientists have cloned their humanoid prize-fighters and sweat-shop workers...using my technology.
And terrorists are breeding their suicide soldiers by the thousands. They’ve bombed everything. Even my dinosaur park. The T’rexes have escaped. What have I caused? Another Dark Age?
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Two thousand years later, humanoids wage war with sword and shield against the surviving human fiefdoms. Wingless Mad Dragons (WMDs) roam the tropical wastelands, ghosts haunt the ruins, and ‘magic’ comes from 21st century artefacts, (including solar powered jukeboxes blaring disco music in the middle of a battle).
Seventeen-year-old Raf Kenne, a rickshaw-puller from the slums of JungKalif, is conscripted into a warlord’s army. With his band of slum-boy soldiers, Raf guards a settlers’ convoy seeking a new homeland…and finds love, jealousy and friendships. But a humanoid war-band (bred to be suicidal) is in close pursuit, seeking revenge for past atrocities.
Raf must survive at any cost, and forgo love, to raise his father’s ransom.
Then, he finds an artefact that could change his life... and the entire fiefdom.

An intelligent and plausible ‘future fantasy’ world, woven into a ‘coming of age’ story packed with rollicking adventure, sweet romance and corny humor.

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Paperback edition available from davidkochin.com
352 pages. 135mm x 216mm x 25mm
ISBN: 9780980663501 (pbk.) Dewey Number: A823.4

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“Intelligent and ingenious storytelling! Thy Fiefdom Comes mines a rich vein of fantasy-realism and hits gold!”
Andrew Mullins, Former Headmaster of Redfield College, and Author, Parenting for Character.

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The Fiefdom Comes plunges the reader into a pungently-evoked and intriguing dystopia, a future-fantasy world which combines the shock of the new and the haunting echo of the past.
With its engaging and diverse cast of characters, action-packed adventures and unusual theological undercurrents, this first volume in a planned trilogy is a fresh take on traditional territory, and should find many fans.”
Sophie Masson, Author, Snow, Fire, Sword, Australia

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Dear Mr KoChin. I’ll give you my review. It’s just, I was so amazed by your book, like…no joke…I’m being 100% completely serious…it’s one of the best books I have ever read. I’m not sure if you know the feeling…that feeling of reading a really top quality book…I got that feeling.
It’s practically perfect in a lot of ways. I really enjoyed the parts when I could see Raf fighting with his internal struggles and I thought he might lose…but you would rescue him…just. The quote…” mortify to fortify”, is simply amazing.
Sam Shearer (16) Castle Hill, Australia

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“KoChin tells a brilliant story. The hero, Raf, has a sense of adventure and strong personality that will appeal to readers of all ages. His commitment to his friends and his strength of character puts him above the many, often dubious, characters in the fantasy genre.
It has been a long time since I have enjoyed a fantasy story as much as this, a book that turns its own pages. I look forward to the next in the series and any other stories David KoChin will tell us.”
Ged Lewis, Sydney, Australia

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David KoChin has written this book splendidly. Through the use of vivid descriptive language, as well as a range of other writing techniques, KoChin is able to formulate images in the readers mind and allows them to engross themselves in the story.

I found this book to be a captivating and intriguing read. KoChin is a ray of light in a genre full of clichéd and stagnant storylines. If you’re a fan of the fantasy genre then this will make a great addition to your collection.”
James Evans, Frenchs Forest, Australia

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  • Print Length: 262 pages
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B007ULHCDK
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