Tuesday, November 22, 2016

The Adventure Continues for Brad R. Cook with Iron Lotus!

The Adventure Continues for Brad R. Cook with Iron Lotus!

Book Three of the Iron Chronicles is Now Available!

Iron Lotus
Book three of the Iron Chronicles
Brad R. Cook

Alexander Armitage is back in the thrilling conclusion to The Iron Chronicles.  Refusing to return to Eton College, Alexander joins the Sky Raiders as a crewman on the aero-dirigible, Sparrowhawk. With Genevieve, the baron’s daughter, captured by the vile Colonel Hendrix, Alexander soars to the top of the world, and discovers the terrifying machines created by the Golden Circle to enslave the world. Betrayed by his allies, and aided by a mysterious woman and her clockwork owl, the race is on from the snow-covered peaks of the Himalayas, to the shining capital of the New World.

In a steam-powered Victorian world where pirates prowl the sky and secret societies determine the future like a game of chess, Alexander learns that it is not gender, race, or age that determines a warriors worth as he is forced to choose between becoming a knight, or one of the Four Iron Horsemen. 

For more, visit Alexander’s Sketchbook at bradrcook.com 

Order Iron Lotus online or from your favorite bookstore!
Available in print and in multiple ebook formats.
Iron Lotus, Book III of the Iron Chronicles
treehouse publishing group

Watch the book trailer for Iron Lotus.
See the book trailers for Iron Horsemen and Iron Lotus on YouTube.

Want a signed copy? Join me on Saturday, November 26, 2016 for the Iron Lotus Release Party at Main Street Books! Support a great independent bookstore on Small Business Saturday! Plus yummy treats, and a free handmade gear pin with every one of my books. 

Iron Lotus Book Release Party
Saturday, Nov 26, 2016
Main Street Books  
307 S. Main Street, 63301

Brad R. Cook 
Brad R. Cook, author of the young adult steampunk series, The Iron Chronicles (treehouse publishing group), will see the release of book three, Iron Lotus, in November 2016.  A former co-publisher and acquisitions editor for Blank Slate Press, he is a member of SCBWI, and currently serves as Historian of St. Louis Writers Guild after three and half years as President. A founding contributor to The Writers’ Lens, a resource blog for writers, he can be heard weekly as a panelist on Write Pack Radio. He learned to fence at thirteen, and never set down his sword, but prefers to curl up with his cat and a centuries’ old classic. 

Find more @bradrcook on Twitter, Instagram, and tumblr.

Want more visit Alexander's Sketchbook at www.bradrcook.com 
Illustrations of the vehicles and characters, plus a more in-depth look at the history in the novels. 

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