15 Jul 2017 – We’re happy to highlight (belatedly!) the 2014 release of T. M. Murray’s new book, Teramar, in a tale that rolls directly from his short story of the same name that was shortlisted for the Aeon Award 2012. Teramar is a sprawling, inter-galactic adventure that is certainly not for the faint-hearted. Learn the grim decisions each sibling must face in the grand arena called Teramar.
A spoiled dictator’s son finds himself at the bitter end of a bloody coup. While hunting deep in the great Teramarian forests, Prince Hadrian and his teacher, the weapons master Archibald Cox, become the hunted themselves and are forced to flee their sacred home world. Worse, there is a growing suspicion that the prince’s mother and treacherous family appear to be driving this rebellion. Following three months in a starship’s hyber-bed, the young prince looks down upon a blue green world called earth. Now banished and forced into hiding, he dashes to the planet’s surface to blend with the local population. Simultaneously, Hadrian’s younger sister, the Princess Alian, remains on Teramar where she must confront their double-dealing mother.