Overthrowing Fate Released on Amazon

Overthrowing Fate Book three, Overthrowing Fate, has been released on Amazon!

If you have read it then I would be very happy if you could take some time out of your busy schedule to make an honest review on the site.

At the same time, I also have an announcement to make about Overthrowing Fate 🙂

Although Overthrowing Fate has ended, the adventures of Xu Min are not over just yet!

Overthrowing Fate is actually only a prologue; it is an introduction to a world and a few figures and their backgrounds.

I have planned another story in the Overthrowing Fate universe. It does not follow Xu Min’s life but the life of his son Xu Jie. But despite the fact that Xu Min is not the main character, he will play a rather large role in the start of the series.

This series will tie up all the loose ends that have been left in Overthrowing Fate, alongside a whole new plot, new adventures, and a new main character.

Here is a summary of the story to come:

Bards hailed his father as the greatest genius of all time, who was known as the youngest immortal throughout all of history.

Beautiful, otherworldly fairies were his godmothers while legendary heroes of the elves were his godfathers.

Born with a silver spoon in his mouth, great things were expected of him, and when he was birthed, the stars in the sky took the shapes of phoenixes and dragons spiraling towards the city where he resided.

He was a proud son of the heavens, revered by his peers, and adored by his family.

He was wise beyond his years and endowed with a great talent for cultivation.

This young man, when hearing the stories of the great world across the sea, was filled with a longing. A longing to know where his roots lay. A longing for a world filled with powerful cultivators, a world where he could step onto a much larger stage.

However, before he could reach this stage, chaos overran his continent. War broke out, and invaders appeared from the a realm beyond their own.

These invaders were overwhelmingly powerful. Their strength so pervasive that none could stand against them, and anyone who tried was slain on sight.

Realizing that his titles, background, and status now amounted to nothing, he found himself in a world where danger and death lurked around every corner.

Struggling to survive, going from being a prince of the heavens to becoming an ant of society, Xu Jie had to fight for every step he took on his path to becoming the strongest immortal cultivator.

I hope you will follow me and our adventures in this continuation of Overthrowing Fate. At the same time, I would like to let everyone know that around the end of January Blue Phoenix will be coming to an end, and my new series Condemning the Heavens will begin shortly afterwards.

12 thoughts on “Overthrowing Fate Released on Amazon” - NO SPOILERS and NO CURSING

  1. Nice to hear we will find out what happened in the end, also great job. 🙂
    good luck with the new novel , but i hope he won’t finish like Overthrowing Fate. :p

  2. Can’t wait for this!!
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  3. The so called prologue turned into a force finished piece of crap with Swiss cheese style plot holes left behind. Why would anyone waste their time on a lame and obvious cash grab when the author couldn’t even be relied upon to finish the first story properly before starting the next two books?

    Mad Snail all over again….

      1. This book started with a lot of potential then the author got bored and ended up giving us a forced finished book with numerous alluded too potential story-lines abandoned. Leaving readers genuinely unsatisfied.

        Now you want us to care about the MC’s kid? Please…..

        I’m not in the habit of feeding the ego or wallet of cash grabbing authors.

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