Love urban fantasy, but ready for something more than vampires and werewolves? How about Japanese baku and kitsune, Native American thunder gods, and Middle Eastern dragons? That's what you'll find in K. Bird Lincoln's DREAM EATER, available today in ebook and paperback. Koi Pierce is a half-Japanese college student in Portland, Oregon who discovers her mythological parentage.
What Others Are Saying About Dream Eater:
"This book was amazing. It drew me in from the very beginning and didn’t let go."
“Dream Eater is my kind of urban fantasy, fast, engaging, and diverse. Myths from several different cultures come into play, each one distinctly and lovingly drawn. The tensions between them are as real and as fractious as what we face in the real world. A timely book that happens to be a rollicking read. Dream Eater has it all: mythological and social diversity, strong characters, and a tender romance. I can’t wait for the next one.”
"The characters really drew me in—Koi and Ken are intriguing on their own, but even better together. Overall, the book is as quirky and edgy as Portland itself."
“I came for the Japanese mythology, and I was not disappointed. Readers who want variety in their urban fantasy beyond the werewolf and vampire staples are advised to pick up Dream Eater.”
About the Author
K. Bird Lincoln is an ESL professional and writer living on the windswept Minnesota Prairie with family and a huge addiction to frou-frou coffee. Also dark chocolate — without which, the world is a howling void. Originally from Cleveland, she has spent more years living on the edges of the Pacific Ocean than in the Midwest. Her speculative short stories are published in various online & paper publications such as Strange Horizons. Her first novel, Tiger Lily, a medieval Japanese fantasy, is available from Amazon. She also writes tasty speculative and YA fiction reviews under the name K. Bird at Goodreads.com.
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