Twenty-six-year-old Jamaican born cabby, Rudy Barabbas, wished for a different life. One with none of the problems stalking him in his home land of Jamaica. Living the American dream marked the core of that wish. When a promise to his beloved Mala urges him to follow that dream, Rudy soon finds himself far from her in San Antonio City, working nights, driving for Caesar’s Cabs.
On these cold inhospitable winter evenings, the serial killer Walter Kneebone, stalks the streets. Unbeknownst to citizens though, there is something far worse lurking about, and all its focus, this time,rests entirely on Rudy Barabbas.
When Rudy chooses to turn left not right at an intersection, his cab is invaded by an evil unlike any monster his sci fi loving imagination could conjure. That choice, will change his life forever.
Yuan Jur served in the Australian military as a young adult. He later sought the solitude of monastic life serving the community as an ordained Buddhist monk for many years. In Buddhism's warrior-caste arm known in the West as Zen he achieved the rank of abbot and theologian. As a theologian, Yuan Jur studied many belief systems, doctrines and ideologies from around the world. During those decades he also gained a master's degree in Chinese martial arts and medieval weaponry.In 2007 a life threatening illness ended his monastic career and nearly his life. During recovery, Yuan Jur turned to a new venture. He combined his knowledge gained from decades of belief systems study with a love of Time Travel Paranormal alt/world fantasy as a young man. The result was a totally new immersive superverse series called Citadel 7. By 2014 his first Citadel 7 series combined trilogy had won both blue ribbon and Grand Prize in the Chanticleer Cygnus international writing Awards. He states; There is a lot, lot more to come.
In the last sola day, unworldly foul play has been detected in the Napoleonic setting of Weirawind City, haven for the Flaxon culture. The crime triggers major concerns for off-world authorities at Superverse Karmic Administration Services. Wardens, Uniss and Dogg are sent to investigate. Concern rests with the security of the planet's singular mysterious prisoner, a being living amongst them who none of the world's races are aware of.
Uniss and Dogg arrive to find evidence of murder and mayhem creeping through Weirawind streets, but what they discover is far worse than a mere local travesty. Instead, what is discovered is a threat to the survival of all existence.
Scarzen warrior, Thorr of Hammer Forge becomes the centre of investigation. His life’s course is inextricably linked to a security breach concerning a closely guarded secret on his home world. Provoked into an unsanctioned duel that ends in him accused of dishonorable murder, Thorr’s father and clan leader Tralldon, offers him one chance for redemption. Thorr is ordered to set out immediately for Talon West Bunker and place his future in the hands of the mysterious head of security, Dorjaa. The course of that journey places Thorr in the path of those with murderous intent.
Behind the scenes, Central dispatches Citadel Warden Uniss to investigate. Thorr’s journey sets in motion events that ultimately affect the course of billions of lives across the superverse.
Except . . . someone isn’t ready for Zaknafein to be dead. And now he’s back, hundreds of years later, in a world he doesn’t recognize. His son’s companions are not the prideful—and bigoted—males the drow warrior was accustomed to in his previous life. Drizzt’s circle includes dwarves, elves, and, perhaps worst of all, a human wife.
Struggling to navigate this transformed new world, Zaknafein realizes that some things have not changed: the threat of demons and the machinations of a drow matron no longer content with her family’s position in the ranks of Houses.
Though he has been displaced in time, Zaknafein is still a warrior. And no matter what prejudices he must overcome, he knows he will do his duty and fight by Drizzt’s side to stem the tide of darkness that threatens the Realms.