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Underneath the Draconian Sky [Kindle Edition]

Dale M. Chatwin

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Dale M. Chatwin presents his debut novel: When 1107 is hired by saloon proprietor Sylvester Claproot to exterminate a group of escaped residents from the Bachman Gardens Institute for the Criminally Insane, it all seems like a run of the mill extermination: capture, torture and kill. He soon finds himself plunged into a brutal world of sexual lust, unhindered violence and where the fringes of sanity are lost to the winds of time. At the heart of this dark tale is the story of one man's acceptance of his own demise and his journey into a chaotic world where he is forced to chase his death across a brutal dystopian landscape. It is a novel that will keep you reading until the Sun scars the horizon.

"I also have to give particular praise to the world of Underneath a Draconian Sky. As previously mentioned, the world is a mix of Steampunk, Sci-fi and even Fantasy. Normally, if you mix in too many genres, it can sometimes make the world a little too over the top and unbelievable, a trap I myself have fallen into. But the elements mixed in here work well and create a nightmarish hell - with dusty deserts, rusted industrial areas, dirty streets and decedent, corrupted religious ideology. It is a place that has no place for kindness or meekness, ruled by alien creatures that are pretty much dictators. It builds a dark and creepy atmosphere that puts you at unease pretty much the entire novel."
- Dan Wright (Author at Pandragon Publishing).

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 717 KB
  • Print Length: 325 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Lulu.com; Final edition (25 Feb 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00IO3FLH2
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #594,685 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Dale M. Chatwin was born in Warwickshire in 1988 and grew up in a small town called Sedgley located in the Black Country. He part wrote his first novel at the age of 14 titled Destiny and Death, a vague pastiche of The Body and Dreamcatcher by Stephen King with elements of his own folded into the mix. But writing has been a passion and lifelong dream of his since before then. At 19 he moved to Southsea in Hampshire to gain some independent experience in life, and as a result of his time on that island (many short stories and poems later) he produced his first complete novel at the age of 24: Underneath the Draconian Sky which is available in paperback and eBook on Lulu and Amazon. Now after realising his dream of becoming a published author, Dale M. Chatwin is on a mission to expand and perfect his craft as a writer.

He still resides in Southsea but often returns to his hometown to visit family and friends and complete his writing projects.

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"I also have to give particular praise to the world of Underneath a Draconian Sky. As previously mentioned, the world is a mix of Steampunk, Sci-fi and even Fantasy. Normally, if you mix in too many genres, it can sometimes make the world a little too over the top and unbelievable, a trap I myself have fallen into. But the elements mixed in here work well and create a nightmarish hell - with dusty deserts, rusted industrial areas, dirty streets and decedent, corrupted religious ideology. It is a place that has no place for kindness or meekness, ruled by alien creatures that are pretty much dictators. It builds a dark and creepy atmosphere that puts you at unease pretty much the entire novel." - Dan Wright (Author at Pandragon Publishing).


"The images the writer plants in your mind are beyond disturbing and like nothing I have come across before..." - Richard Edward Gullick ( Director of Promotions at Resurrecting Apollo Ltd).

"It's like Charles Dickens is being fisted by Hunter S. Thompson." - Tom Stewart & Emma Simpson (Founders of the band InbetweenSeas).

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5.0 out of 5 stars Mind blowing 11 Oct 2013
By Amazon Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Paperback
I must warn you before I review this book - do not buy it if you are of a sensitive disposition or are easily offended by material of a violent/sexually graphic nature. The images the writer plants in your mind are beyond disturbing and like nothing I have come across before and to detail them would probably result in this review being talent down. While many of the scenes are utterly grotesque and come across like snippets from a serial killers inner monologue, the book isn't largely dependent on its shock value and tells a compelling and unique story which will make it extraordinarily difficult to put down. If you like a good adventure story set in a dystopian reality you will find this thrilling tale incredibly gripping. Just be prepared to shower yourself with white spirit as you will never feel clean after it.
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Not my cuppa 25 Aug 2014
By S. Barnatt - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Kindle Edition
...and maybe not yours either.
I stuck with it to the end although it was very challenging to do so.
The endlessly long dream sequences were difficult and I found myself skipping them after the first dozen or so.
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