Emire of One

By Thaine Chase

The first book in the WANDERING INVADER SERIES. A mixture of past and present, mythology and science fiction, and was inspired by the Lebor Gabála Érenn and old-school alien SciFi.

Empire of One by Thaine Chase

Empire of One Synopsis

No other race on Earth has more fight, desire, and bravery in their bellies than The FirBolg, ancient descendants of Inis na bhfiodhbhadh (or, present-day Ireland).

The main hero is an immortal warrior with a royal past—and he’s has assumed well over 200 identities to keep his lineage a secret as he travels through history. He’s survived The Great Flood, The Plague, The Inquisition, and every major war ever fought in the past 5,000 years.

He’s been a king, a slave, and every class status between the two. He knows how to win, lose, and draw — how to walk with guilt, fear, love, hate, and the burning hunger to feel the sweet release of death.

After thousands of years of hiding his true identity, fate finally catches up to our hero in Winslow, Arizona, when doctors discover his advanced healing capabilities on the operating table after a violent accident. He is sent to a secret facility in Nevada to be studied as an extraterrestrial, and while under observation, our hero learns of an evil plot masterminded by an advanced alien army, hellbent on slaughtering the human race and colonizing planet Earth.

Now, he must summon an army of mystics and warriors from the other side of the veil to challenge and defeat the invaders. It’s a war of science versus sorcery — with neither side prepared to take any prisoners.

Want to read Empire of One?

This fabulous story is available at Amazon. The link below is for Amazon US, if you’re in another country, visit the relevant Amazon site and search for Empire of One.

Thaine Chase biography:

Born in Atlantic, Canada — Thaine Chase’s love for word-craft began early in his childhood years, manifesting in the form of short stories.

Even though he was repeatedly encouraged by both his teachers and parents alike, Thaine resisted the temptation to walk the road of the ‘writer’, fearful an artistic life was too much of a risk in a world driven by job security and financial status, so instead, like others in his family, he chose a blue-collar career and the guaranteed paycheque.

Now, more than five decades later, Thaine has finally surrendered to his fondness for storytelling, and has decided to take a serious stab at fictional writing.

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