The offical website for fans and devotees of  Elliot Symonds' epic novels set in the world of Umiat and Kenai. WARNING: These are dark and dangerous books that will haunt your memories and gnaw on your soul. 

"Echoes of our time are weaved wondrously with European myths by the author to form adventurous tales that entertain and delight." Zak Roby.

First in the series is "Tumbletick & Company".

The second novel is "Seton Rax & Company"

The third is "Campbell & A'Lastor" which will be out SOON.


 

 

TUMBLETICK & COMPANY by Elliot Symonds

"Tumbletick & Company" is a gripping fantasy adventure set in the midst of the warring continents of Umiat and Kenai. After an atrocity is committed at the Royal Court of Rhyell by black robed warriors and a necromancer who raises the dead to attack the subjects of Umiat, Tumbletick finds himself swept up with warriors, thieves and pirates against the demon worshipping forces of the Ahrioch Horde in Kenai. The quest to retrieve the Umiat Stone takes the companions to the island of Rampart and the gladiatorial trials of the Old City and then on to the dangerous continent of Kenai. Betrayal, death, medieval morals and adventure surrounds and envelops Tumbletick as he learns what it truly means to be part of a traditional quest.

Available now from AuthorHouse and Tumbletick.com www.authorhouse.co.uk

Or order this title through your local bookseller or preferred on-line retailer.

ISBN 978-1-4343-1500-7 (Softcover) 

400 Pages. 150,000 words 

 

SETON RAX & COMPANY by Elliot Symonds

"Seton Rax & Company" begins in the wild and lawless city of Sitka in the barren northwest of Umiat. Seton pulls together a group of intimidating characters to help rid the environs of Sitka of the villains who are making the rough backwater of the continent such a dangerous place. Then during a tumultuous storm that threatens to devastate the remote outpost of humanity, Seton and his companions are visited by some infamous adventurers who enlist their support on the most deadly quest yet.

Available now from AuthorHouse and Tumbletick.com www.authorhouse.co.uk

Or order this title through your local bookseller or preferred on-line retailer.

ISBN 978-1-4389-1833-4 (Softcover) 

280 Pages. 80,000 words