Thursday, November 30, 2017

Magic Dome Books library

This post is a library. All titles published by Magic Dome Books that you can read online are gathered here. We tried to make it useful for people with different reading preferences. For example, RoyalRoadL - white font on black screen with spaces between paragraphs, Wattpad - for those who read on tablets etc. We'll keep updating the list so there is always something new to read.

Numbers in the table are showing the amount of published chapters (and they also are direct links to the text). Updated links are marked red

Last updates:  
November 21 - 2 new audio books: Way of the Shaman, book 6 and Perimeter Defense, book 4
November 14 - New audio release: The Neuro, B2: The Curse of Rion Castle - Amazon.
November 4 - New book: A Trap for Potentate (The Dark Herbalist, B3) by M. Atamanov- 3/x.
October 26 - New book: The Reapers (Neuro, B3) by A. Livadny - 2/x.
October 18 - New release: The Duals by Karen Hayes - Amazon.
October 17 - New audio release: The Sublime Electricity, B3: The Fallen by P. Kornev - Amazon Audible.
October 11 - New release: A Game With No Rules (Perimeter Defense, B4) by M. Atamanov is released.
September 28 - New release: AlterGame, B2: On the Lost Continent by A. Novak.
September 27 - New Chapters: AlterGame, B2 - 5/18
September 17 - New release: Citadel World, B1: The URANUS Code - Amazon.
September 12 - New release: History of the Galaxy, B1: Blind Punch - Amazon. New audio release: The Dark Herbalist, B2: Stay on the Wing - Audible
September 11 - New book: The Duals by Karen Hayes - 3/x.
September 11 - New Chapter: History of the Galaxy, B1 - 2/7
September 5 - New book: Mirror World, B4: The Twilight Obelisk - 3/x.
August 22 - New audio release: Dark Paladin, B2: The Quest - Amazon.

Saturday, November 4, 2017

The Dark Herbalist, book 3 is up for pre-order

A Trap for the Potentate
by Michael Atamanov

Release - January 17, 2018

New Director

"Did you call?" I asked, knocking politely and walking through the wide-open doors of my new boss's office. Before entering, I pumped the breaks for a second, reading a copper plaque that a workman was screwing into the door:

Max Tohner
Director of Special Projects

He was the fourth person to occupy this office in a month. Truly, it was a cursed position. The new head of the special projects division didn't look all that glum about it though, reflecting confidence, gravitas and power with his whole appearance. When I entered, he gave a scant nod and pointed to the guest chair.

Thursday, October 26, 2017

The Reapers (Neuro, book 3)

The Neuro, book 3
The Reapers
by A. Livadny

release - January 24, 2018

Chapter One

THE AGRION MARKET square was uncrowded. Not many players online today. Only the NPCs continued living their own computer-generated lives.
For them it was business as usual: merchants praising their wares, a crooked old lady shuffling her feet past the swordsmiths' row. She leaned heavily on her staff and mumbled something to herself as she cast watchful glances around in search for any newbs whom she might reward with a social quest for their penny's worth of alms.
A gust of wind raised twisters of dust, stripping a lone tree of an armful of yellow autumn leaves which floated swirling onto the cobblestones.
Business as usual indeed, had it not been for the cold in my chest and the group of high level riders who'd just dismounted by the tavern.
The city patrol seemed quite alarmed by their arrival. The guards officer and two lancers hovered nearby, casting sideways glances at the tired warriors and their lathering horses with the tavern keeper fussing all about them.
I didn't know any of the warriors in the group led by Enea's father. Their gear was worthy of note: it lacked the usual abundance of useless elements so typical of fantasy armor. Normally, a group of high-level warriors can be quite a motley bunch as each player strives to stand out in the crowd as much as their wallets and Strength numbers allow them. Especially Strength numbers. If a player's stats allow them to lug around five hundred pounds of fancily decorated metal, that's exactly what he or she will do.

Wednesday, October 11, 2017

Perimeter Defens series

Perimeter Defense series by Michael Atamanov is now complete:

Book 1: Sector Eight

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Book 2: Beyond Death

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Book 3: New Contract

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Book 4: A Game With No Rules

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Sunday, September 17, 2017

The URANUS Code booktrailer

Citadel World: The URANUS Code
by Kir Lukovkin

Rick was born and raised in the Omicron Commune, protected from the monsters and darkness of the Expanse outside with thick walls. A place with barely enough light to see by, constantly gripped by the cold. The death of the Commune is only a question of time.
Meeting visitors from the Expanse turns Rick's view of the world upside down. It turns out that there are other humans that live outside and fight to survive, while the Commune is but one of many sectors of the Expanse. Rick's new goal becomes saving the Commune from destruction. Worried about the future of his sister, he puts his trust in the outsiders, escaping the Commune to find and restart the mysterious thermal generators, find the key and solve the riddle of the gigantic Thermopolis — a high-tech citadel created by the ancients.

He is now a rebel and a heretic and there's no turning back!

Tuesday, September 12, 2017

Interview with Andrei Livadny

Andrei Livadny has created several unique worlds, each unlike the previous. He wrote The History of The Galaxy with humanity itself as a protagonist. This sixty-book series creates a history of our future civilization and its contacts with alien races, forming a convincing and logical picture of humanity's development for two millennia from now. The English translation of Blind Punch (Expansion: The History of the Galaxy Book #1) is now available on Amazon. Andrei's recent involvement with the bestselling genre of LitRPG - books set in online roleplaying games - inspired him to create his most intriguing series to date, Phantom Server. Merging virtual reality with hard science fiction and space exploration. 

Could you tell us a bit about yourself? Where were you born? What profession did you initially choose?

I was born in the South of Russia but my parents moved to the central part of the country when I was only one year old. I grew up in an area not far from St. Petersburg.
When I returned from conscription in 1989, I had to decide what to do next. Still, those were volatile post-Soviet times when we often had no say in our future plans. After the fall of the Soviet Union, Russia was plunged into severe chaos when most people didn't know what life would throw at them tomorrow. By then, I was already writing books; I was married to Lana and we'd had our first child. This was the worst possible time to go back to school: my family's survival was at stake. So I took up whatever jobs were available as long as they put food on the table. I'd work days and then I'd write at night.
That continued until 1997 when I signed my first publishing contract. Still I continued working full time. At a certain point, Lana told me that I'd taken on way too much. She said it was time for me to make up my mind about who I really was: was I a writer? Or just a dabbler with a "proper job"?
Her support was incredible. Lana is the woman I love. I don't like the word, "wife". Lana is my muse and my critic, she's my friend and in fact she's the dearest and most precious being I have on planet Earth. It was her who helped me to start viewing writing as my job.