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Shotguns & Sorcery Omnibus

Shotguns & Sorcery Omnibus

SHOTGUNS & SORCERY Series, Fiction

SHOTGUNS & SORCERY OMNIBUS

Author: Matt Forbeck

Hard Times Have Come to Dragon City

Retired adventurer Max Gibson has seen better times. Ever since he and his treasure-hunting friends struck it big and called it quits a decade back, it seems like things have slid downhill.

It’s hard enough to scrape by in a sprawling mountain city in which elves and dwarves live higher than humans in every way. It’s worse at night, when the groans of the zombies laying an eternal siege to the city provide a ceaseless reminder that the Dragon Emperor himself is the only thing that keeps the hordes of hungry dead from storming the walls.

And those times go from hard to bad, then straight past worse, right to the end.

This omnibus contains every Shotguns & Sorcery story written to date: three short stories and three novels, including the brand-new short story “The Job Never Ends.”

“Friends Like These”
“Goblintown Justice”
“The Job Never Ends”
Hard Times in Dragon City
Bad Times in Dragon City
End Times in Dragon City

ADDITIONAL DETAILS
Series: Shotguns & Sorcery
Release Date: May 2018
Page Count: 489
Genre: Noir, Fantasy Adventure
Tropes: Man vs. Man, Survival of the Fittest

AUTHOR

MATT FORBECK

Matt Forbeck is an award-winning and New York Times-bestselling author and game designer. He has over thirty novels and countless games published to date. His latest work includes the Star Wars: Rogue One junior novel, DungeonologyCaptain America: The Ultimate Guide to the First Avenger, Halo: New Blood, the Magic: The Gathering comics, The Marvel Encyclopedia, and the upcoming Shotguns & Sorcery tabletop roleplaying game based on his novels.