In celebration of the brand-new edition of From Hell with Love, and Dragoncon, I guess, the whole Forsaken Comedy will be free next week. FHWL is always a free download on the site, but here's an easy link to my Amazon author page for the whole trilogy.
From Hell with Love is the first book in The Forsaken Comedy, the second series from Kevin Kauffmann. Telling both the story of Niccolo’s quest to save the Devil and how he became the Horseman of Pestilence, From Hell with Love creates a hybrid of Judeo-Christian mythology, fantasy and historical fiction.
Picking up right after the cliffhanger ending of From Hell with Love, Ghosts of Earth continues the story of Niccolo and Cadmus as they hunt the traitors who left Hell in ruins. Even though Niccolo is plagued by memories from Lucifer’s long life and Cadmus is swarmed with visions of the future, they and their allies will stop at nothing to find justice.
In Defiance of Heaven details the adventures of the Horsemen during the final days of the Apocalypse. From their journey through Purgatory until their final confrontation with God himself, Niccolo and Cadmus are constantly surrounded by danger and horrible monsters, and it is only a matter of time before it all ends in blood.
Set a few centuries in the future, the Icarus Trilogy explores the life of Ryan Jenkins. Sent to Eris as a way to serve his criminal sentence, Ryan is forced day after day into corporate-sponsored gladiator combat. When he dies, he is resurrected into a new clone and is forced to pay the cost of his resurrection. With all of these new debts, Ryan Jenkins realizes that he may never go home again.
Continuing the story of Ryan Jenkins and the Crows, Phoenix Rising explores the many aspects of heroism and fulfilling one’s potential as the characters prepare for a revolution. Exploring multiple sides of the issues and revealing more about the current nature of Earth, the novel shows just how far people will go to justify their very existence. Just what does it take to be a hero?
The finale to the Icarus Trilogy, Swan Song explores the difference between truth and perception using the backdrop of a bloody insurgency. Determined to take vengeance for Jasper Montgomery’s actions in the last book and plagued by visions of himself as a twisted Icarus, Ryan Jenkins is holding an entire system together. It’s up in the air whether or not he will live to see the end of his revolution.