Bloodshed was nothing new to a pirate of the Anuyi Sea, the life aboard ship and the many raids that went with it simply a part of the trade. But for Captain Dahlir seeing so many of his own lying dead was an unaccustomed sight, the hard-bitten corsairs of the Red Tiger typically coming out on the winning end of most engagements.
But against the storm that hit them, the men had proven powerless to fight its wrath, the lightning splitting the night and the winds pounding down to smash their ship against the rocks. Now the crew is about to discover just what it is they’ve awakened on the deserted island where they find themselves, and that true evil hungers for more than just gold and wields things that are far more deadly than cold steel.
The Wreck of the Tiger is a horrific story of blood and death on the high seas, following a band of ill-fated pirates and their brave captain as they struggle against the treachery of one of their own and a foe of pure darkness. Don’t miss a tale of survival against a creature of the foulest evil, and one that defines what true sword and sorcery is meant to be.
About the Author
Remy Morgeson began his writing journey in 2016 determined to take on the world of sword and sorcery head on. A longtime lover of fantasy and pulp fiction, Remy found his inspiration in the fantastic settings and larger than life characters he’s shared adventures with over the years. His influences include authors such as Robert E. Howard, John Jakes, Michael Moorcock, and Fritz Lieber, as well as a handful of other talented individuals too numerous to name here. He is a self-published author with his debut series, Chronicles of the Bear, being released in February of 2021, with his first novel, The Wreck of the Tiger, following later in the year.
In addition to writing sword and sorcery and dark fantasy, Remy enjoys a variety of other interests, including vintage RPGs, retro video games, weight training, and binging the occasional anime or two. He currently resides in Danville, Illinois with his wife and daughter, whom nothing would be possible for him without.