Grandma Ebo’s Take On The Fallen Odyssey

Grandma Ebo: “Where did you get all those ideas?”
Me: “Oh, just stuff I daydreamed. Things in my head.”
Grandma Ebo: “Well, I’m glad you got it all out of there.”

Wise words from Ebo, my great-grandmother, who just turned 100 years old!  She read every word of The Fallen Odyssey and is waiting for the sequel, The Fallen Aeneid, to arrive tomorrow!

In celebration of this new sequel, the book that started it all, The Fallen Odyssey, is available for a very limited time, for free.  For the first time ever, purchase the full epic fantasy novel from Amazon for $0.00!  Tell ’em Ebo sent you.

The Fallen Odyssey

When seventeen-year-old Justin Holmes wakes from a strange, amnesic slumber, he finds himself in an unknown land, far from his rural Pennsylvania hometown. With no memory of how he came to be in this world of vast grasslands, sky-scraping mountains and double moons, he can but cling for dear life to his only allies: an illusive old hermit, and a cold-blooded, duplicitous mercenary.

When unwillingly recruited to help rescue a kidnapped princess, Justin is whisked off into the wild on an otherworldly adventure, all while struggling to learn what twist of fate has landed him in this strange, alternate dimension. He can only hope that within the wilderness of this fantasy world can be found some clue that will lead him home.

Questions and mysteries abound, as Justin is pulled deeper and deeper down the proverbial rabbit hole, far from anything and everything he has ever known. But lurking in the shadows of this fantasy realm is something darker and far more sinister than kidnappers; an ancient, demonic evil, that while threatening the peace of an entire world, may also hold the key to Justin’s gateway home, and the end of his FALLEN ODYSSEY…

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