Thomas K. Carpenter writes in diverse genres including: YA dystopia, post-cyberpunk sci-fi, steampunk, dark fantasy, and alternate reality historical mystery. His latest series, the Alexandrian Saga, has garnered rave reviews from readers and critics. His best selling novels and short stories can be found at all major online retailers. He lives in St. Louis with his wife, two kids, and one oafishly large labrador retriever. Visit him online at www.thomaskcarpenter.com.
The sixth novel in the Alexandrian Saga, Voyage of Alexandria, will be published in May, while the last book, Goddess of Alexandria, will hit bookshelves sometime in early fall of 2014.
Sarah Clarke, fifteen year old niece of Sigmund Shaw, had never had any adventure in her life – outside of books. When her friend, Charlotte Merrihail, a reporter for the Strand Magazine, asked her to come along on an assignment in Egypt, Sarah thought she could finally experience something that was not just in her imagination. What ensues is far beyond her dreams…or nightmares.
A threatening curse, an impossible prophecy, and violent secret societies, are only the beginning of what Sarah will find herself up against.
Along with Sigmund and Charlotte, an adventure awaits them that will test their sanity, their friendships, and their lives.
One man is trying to protect his family by uncovering the worst of Bedlam’s hidden secrets. One woman is following in her late husband’s footsteps to try and help those that can’t help themselves.
They will both find that looking for evil does not necessarily make one prepared to find it.