- Book 1 Of Masks and Chromes:
In a world where everyone wears masks and superstitions abound, the color of your chrome determines who you are and where you will live.
And if you will live.
- Here, Asheva, a 14 year old Chrome of the Black Nation, will see his world crumble underneath him, as events too big for his age will force him to run away from his native city of Axyum.
- A new journey will take him to lands with different colors and different ways from the Black. From a desperate escape through the hills and forests of the Black Nation to the vast Blue Plains of the city of Ayas, Asheva will learn to face the dangers of the wilderness but also to face the even more dangerous nature of the Chromes, including the worst accusation a Chrome can be charged with.
Only then he will realize that beneath the masks that all Chromes wear, nothing is what it seems.
- Book 2 Kingdom Of Deceit:
In Book Two, Kingdom of Deceit, Asheva must learn to survive on his own and put aside his age-old Black Nation hatred for enemy Red Chromes. As he makes his way to the Red city of Samaris, his convictions about the Red clash with the reality of a land divided in castes. There, the Janis, members of the lowest caste, are left to live in abominable conditions.
But turmoil is building, both inside the walls of Samaris and outside, where a violent attack takes the Reds by surprise… and nothing in all of the Territories will ever be the same again.
Check Out What Readers Said about Kindle/eBook!
“The premise and world building was pretty good. I really liked the idea of it but, I really didn’t like the writing. Things happened to quickly. It all seemed really fake, not very well put together. Mr. Ricci, in my opinion used phrases such as us, younsters or we, friends a little to much. The relationships and 9 year old potty humour used my Asheva and his friend seemed superfical. The two 14 year olds acted not very maturely or am I missing something. It woukd hve ben bwttwr in 3rd peson. As the case in many middle fantasy serieses the premise is good, but the writing isn’t” By Nettie Atkisson
“I found this book serching through the store. this book turned out to be very interesting an unique. The was this book was written as if it was being told by Asheva himself using words that we dont normally use on day to day basis. i like seeing how the character changes his perspective of things after each intense event. By the end of the 2nd book it was amazing to see how much Asheva has changed and matured. This book is a good read.” By Anna
Kindle Price: $3.99
File Size: 1684 KB
Print Length: 186 pages
Publication Date: September 15, 2014
X-Ray: Not Enabled
Word Wise: Enabled
Lending: Not Enabled
Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #79,400 Paid in Kindle Store