Sunday, May 31, 2020

Magic Dome Books library

This post is a library. All our books are listed in this post. We'll keep updating it so there is always something new to read. Release dates, audio release dates - it's all here. Books in German are in the end of the list. If you want to be among the first ones to know about our new releases - subscribe to our newsletter: English books or German books

Numbers in the table show the amount of published chapters (and they also are direct links to texts).

Last updates:  
May 30 - New pre-order Underdog-4: The Otherworld by Alexey Osadchuk will be released - October 26, 2020.
May 29 - New release - Clan Dominance: The Sleepless Ones-2 by Dem Mikhailov - Amazon.
May 28 - New release in German - Disgardium-2: Apostel der Schlafenden Götter von Dan Sugralinov - Amazon.de.
May 27 - New pre-order in German - Saga Online: Der Okkultist von Oliver Mayes - 12. November 2020.
May 26 - New audiobook Underdog-3: The Dark Continent by Alexey Osadchuk at Audible or Amazon
May 20 - New release - The Alchemist, B1: City of the Dead - Amazon.
May 19 - New pre-order - The Alchemist, B2: Forest of Desires by Vasily Mahanenko will be released June 15, 2020.
May 18 - New series is in pre-order - Small Unit Tactics by Alexander Romanov will be released August 27, 2020. Opening chapters - 2/x
May 15 - New audiobook in German - Survival Quest, B3: Das Geheimnis des dunklen Waldes by Vasily Mahanenko - Audible.de oder Amazon.de
May 13 - New pre-order - Clan Dominance: The Sleepless Ones-3 by Dem Mikhailov will be released July 16, 2020.
May 12 - New audiobook - World of the Changed-2 by Vasily Mahanenko - Audible / Amazon.
May 11 - New release in German - Survival Quest-5 von Vasily Mahanenko - Amazon.de.
May 8 - In the System by Petr Zhgulyov - opening chapters are added - 2/x.
May 2 - New series - League of Losers, B1: A Cat and His Human by Michael Atamanov is coming June 30. Opening chapters - 2/x
May 1 - New series - In the System, B1: City of Goblins by Petr Zhgulyov is coming October 7.
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Monday, May 18, 2020

Small Unit Tactics by Alexander Romanov



Small Unit Tactics
by Alexander Romanov
Volume #1




Release - August 27, 2020


Slide 1

I was in a foul mood. Fouler than foul. The void of disbelief and doom clouding my mind darkened my emotions and my entire worldview. Worldview… that's not really the right word in this situation. It's awkward, it's wrong, it doesn't mean anything. The usual definition just doesn't apply here. How can you view the world if you're not even sure what you're seeing is real?

Friday, May 8, 2020

In the System by Petr Zhgulyov




In the System
by Petr Zhgulyov
Book 1: City of Goblins




Release - October 7, 2020
Pre-order on Amazon - https://www.amazon.com/dp/B087XYM1GJ

 

Prologue



Everything once created will die someday. Our world is no exception. The heat death of the universe... For most, this fact is too far in the future and too doubtful to worry over. Having accepted one's death, it is much easier to accept the destruction of all and sundry. There were god-like beings, however, who could last until this moment and had no desire to obediently await the inevitable. It seemed that one of them had found a solution. If the problem was that energy gradually disperses in space, would it not be better to gather it all himself? A desire of madness, even for a deity.
The Devourer began a war, consuming star system after star system, waging battles against his own kind and taking their power... Slowly, too slowly. The universe is enormous and most of its inhabitants had no desire to be consumed, and so it came about that everyone took up arms against him. There came a moment when the Devourer realized that he was bound to lose, but he did not admit defeat. Instead, he destroyed himself and created the System. The Great Game, which drew in countless worlds and continued to constantly spread. A Game in which his enemies continued what he had started.
A System that would allow the universe to come to its end, and then, using the energy absorbed over billions of years, create the world anew.


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Friday, May 1, 2020

League of Losers by Michael Atamanov


League of Losers
by Michael Atamanov
Book 1: A Cat and His Human




Pre-order on Amazon - https://www.amazon.com/dp/B087YY48WQ
Release - June 30, 2020

Introduction: An Argument in a Restaurant


“Young man, they’re going to kill you!”
I tore my gaze away from my bloodied fingers, stopped my fruitless attempts to pull out the shard of glass stuck deep into my palm, my dripping red fingernails sliding off it. My eyes lifted. The speaker was a tall and slender man in an old-fashioned dark suit with fancy golden buttons and cufflinks. Weird clothes. For some reason, they made me think of the days of Sherlock Holmes, Queen Victoria, Alice in Wonderland. All the stranger needed to complete the look of a late nineteenth-century English gentleman was a top hat and gold pocket watch. His clothes were entirely unsuited to the weather. Even in my army dress uniform, I was boiling. What was it like for him..?
In the meantime, the odd stranger repeated that phrase of his again, that they were going to kill me. Only this time, he went into detail.

Monday, April 27, 2020

Interview with Dan Sugralinov (Level Up, Disgardium, World 99)


Dan Sugralinov, author of Disgardium, Level Up and World 99 series. Due to the upcoming release of Resistance (Disgardium 4 - April 29, 2020) we talked to Dan about the series, his writing methods and asked if there will be Level Up-4 anytime soon. Btw, audiobook Disgardium 3 is releasing April 28, 2020!



The world of Disgardium, isn’t it some sort of totalitarian dystopia? It's a rather harsh world, whatever it is. Do you think it's a logical consequence of humanity’s development?

That’s a good question, you know. Here’s what’s happening in the world right now: all of the countries have announced a stay-at-home order, a quarantine, state of emergency and whatnot. And as soon as it happened, everybody promptly forgot about such things as human rights. Because it’s in humanity’s interests to prevent the entire population from catching the virus, at least all at the same time, because that would mean the collapse of our entire medical system. If some of the forecasts do come true and the planet’s population reaches 20 billion – then even if we find enough food for us all (because there’re already certain advances made in the area of synthetic food production) and despite the fact that the growing and culling of a single cow does more harm to the environment than public transportation – we’ll still be killing our planet. And 20 billion people will be killing it not three times faster than we do now, but probably ten times faster. So it just begs for some people to develop those ideas, you know, that although all human beings are equal, some of them are bound to be more equal than others, if you know what I mean. Sooner or later, the proverbial movers and shakers are obliged to arrive at this idea – provided they haven’t done so already. Don’t get me wrong, it’s not as if I’m a conspiracy freak in a tinfoil hat, so I really don’t think that this is the case – but still I do believe that if one day humanity faces a overpopulation threat, that might call for some very unpopular measures, including the restriction of human rights for certain categories of population. In which case the assignment of such categories might become the biggest bone of contention in society. Which is exactly what happens in Disgardium. You’d think they did the right thing, creating a system where the life of an uneducated, lazy, alcoholic person is of a much lower value to society than, say, that of a Nobel laureate in physics. But on the other hand, we shouldn’t forget the human factor – naturally, the top-category citizens will make sure they get the right to assign the same status and privileges to their families regardless of their value.

Monday, April 20, 2020

The Alchemist by Vasily Mahanenko


The Alchemist by Vasily Mahanenko
Book 1: City of the Dead



Pre-order on Amazon - https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08778KDNQ
Release - May 20, 2020


Prologue


The blizzard brought with it driving winds, but Farmer-883-PR8 wasn’t giving up. He pushed on relentlessly toward the temple. With one hand held out to shield his face, in his other he held the dearest of burdens: a rosy-cheeked little boy sleeping peacefully despite the cold, gusting air. The father wasn’t worried about his son’s health—he was under the protection of the god. No snow, wind, or even stray arrows or spells could have hurt the child until it passed its initiation. The few passersby turned and stared, surprised to see the naked man carrying an equally naked child. It was only the snow-white underwear created by the god that covered their shame.

Saturday, April 18, 2020

The Fairy Code-2 by Kaitly Weiss



The Fairy Code: Chosen of the Shadows
by Kaitlyn Weiss




Release - June 10, 2020


Part One
A Time of Doubts

Chapter One


“I think I’m dying,” I groaned as I watch the greenish glow beneath my skin slowly fade. It’s like my veins were radioactive or something. I had to say, it really was eye-catching. To any onlookers I probably looked like I was wrapped in LED strips. Come to think of it, considering my locale it’s not likely anyone would look twice at me.
“That’s the 10th time you’ve said that. Sorry to disappoint you, but you’re not going to die,” said Aerona, wearily. She and Jioladh sat on one of the dozens of stones that were picturesquely scattered about the valley. And it was his fault we’d been caught out in the open. “It’s a shortcut,” he’d said. Some shortcut. Right away we’d been attacked...yep.
I looked at the creature laid out at my feet. No, I really hadn’t wanted to kill it. I still felt all messed up inside, like there was something dark and slippery in me. I’d held back until the very end, hoping the creature would reconsider and skedaddle. But, no.
But by then I was really scared, and that’s when it happened. Yet another outburst of magic. Again, the dark smoky ribbons. They’d entangled the creature and it was like they instantaneously desiccated it. All that was left was a dark little heap. Not a good look even for a creature that specialized in creepy. In life it looked like a huge canine skeleton with scraps of skin stretched over it lit from within by a fire. And as it bounded toward us, it left a trail of fiery footprints, like a comet. A fiery tail of burning light.