I’m so excited to say book 2 of the Civilands series is now available in e-book and paperback! Find it on Amazon, Barnes & Noble Nook, and Kobo.
In Latera’s case, she feels trapped in a new region which isn’t at all what she’d expected. Now feeling responsibility for keep her people safe, she’ll need to figure out how to do so while being imprisoned herself.
In Harran, Daniel Keagan is working his magic, trying to secure alliances to allow his gang’s influence to spread. But when a new threat presents itself, what will he realize about the power dynamic in the Murrieta?
For William Keagan, Daniel’s brother and leader of the Keagan gang, it’s time to go East. The time to make the deal he’s been working so hard to make with his father, Leonard, has come. Who will he find and what has become of his former city of New Berkeley across the mighty Chorisma River?
Searching the Mountainlands for Jeannie, Harrison, and Dominic, will Hanzah find his new friends after an avalanche separated them?
Crystal Eyes features your favorite characters from book 1, as well as some new favorites. The world of Duresia will also expand like never before. Adventures and twists experienced along the way will shake you to your core. This is a novel that will inspire any reader who dares to try their luck in the Murrieta Territory.
From the Editor, Katrina Diaz-Arnold of Refine Editing:
“N.B. Austin has done it again. In Crystal Eyes, his latest installment in the fantasy western series, Civilands, the thrills are sharper, the twists more shocking, and the characters more engaging than ever before. As we dive further into the world of the Murietta, we witness how power can affect an individual in a myriad of ways. Whether they sing on its poisonous edge, teeter over the abyss of its questionable morality, or grapple with the danger it brings head on, the characters in Austin’s world learn that any victory, small or large, always comes with a price, and power is always easily and unforgivingly corruptible. In Crystal Eyes, the stakes are upped and now everyone is playing the game—whether they want to or not.”