Just before the weekend, the A.P. Fuchs Library Vol. 1, Boxed Set (The Axiom-man Saga – Four Books Plus Bonus Short Story) had been released. I wasn’t able to blog about it due to attending a weekend-long comic and toy expo, and then yesterday was my first day off since who knows when.
Anyway, I’m letting you know today that The Axiom-man Saga boxed set is out and is a sweet deal as opposed to getting all the Kindle books separately. ($12.95 vs a mere $7.99 for the set.)
See details below, and thanks in advance for downloading a set.
Contained herein are four books and one short story about the Canadian Cobalt Crusader, Axiom-man.
“Axiom-man is that unique breed of superhero that seems almost lost amid today’s gaggle of the dark and tormented. He’s nice, he cares, and his strength comes not from his fantastic powers, but from his soul. A.P. Fuchs has written a defining superhero novel.” – Frank Dirscherl, author/creator of The Wraith
“Reading Axiom-man is refreshing, like reading about the early days of Peter Parker, but with a cooler villain as well.” – Jon Klement, author/creator of Velocity Girl and Xuàn Hú
“Axiom-man was well worth reading and recommending. The broad appeal is amazing—from youth to adult, guys and girls. Superheroes might just become my thing.” – Susan Kirkland, reviewer, Calhoun Times
“Fuchs brings to life a wonderfully imaginative hero we can all relate to . . . . If you’re looking for something different, something truly creative, yet filled with action, look no further. Axiom-man is the end of your search.” – David Brollier, author of The 3rd Covenant
“I found myself picking the book up at various points in the day, just to read a little more.” – Darryl Sloan, author of Ulterior and Chion
“Plenty of surprising twists and turns in this highly enjoyable story. It’ll leave you wanting more. Axiom-man is a delightfullly human superhero with true depth and spirituality.” – Grace Bridges, author of Faith Awakened
“If you’re an action fan with moral sensibilities you’ll not just enjoy Axiom-man, you’ll wish you were he.” – Frank Creed, author of Flashpoint
“If you dig superhero tales that are loaded with action and fun, look no further.” – Nick Cato, Horror Fiction Review
“A must read that I cannot recommend enough.” – Joe Kroeger, Horror World
Brief summary of each book:
Axiom-man: One night Gabriel Garrison was visited by a nameless messenger who bestowed upon him great power, a power intended for good. Once discovering what this power was and what it enabled him to do, Gabriel became Axiom-man, a symbol of hope in a city that had none.
Episode No. 0: First Night Out: The messenger has fled, leaving Gabriel alone with mysterious abilities he knows little about. As he embarks on the path of discovery, Gabriel must try to understand why he was chosen to receive the most powerful of all gifts and, with the help from no other, come to a decision as to what to do with them. Even if it takes the death of an innocent to convince him.
Doorway of Darkness: Gabriel Garrison’s secret identity has been compromised and the timing cannot have been worse. Redsaw has become more powerful than when Axiom-man last fought him, and he has determined to attain unstoppable power through the only means he knows how: murder. Chaos ensues and Axiom-man must find the means to stop Redsaw before the whole world is swallowed in a web of death.
Episode No. 1: The Dead Land: A young boy goes missing. No clues. Nothing except the remnants of a black cloud, like the one coughed up from inside the Doorway of Darkness. A black cloud that takes Axiom-man to a world not his own. A dead world, where a gray and brown sky shrouds an entire city in a miasma of decay. The streets are empty. The young boy is nowhere to be found. Those he does find…are dead. And walking.
Black Water: Bodies litter the sand of a friendly beach. Axiom-man flies down to Florida to investigate only to discover this isn’t your average series of murders. Something else caused the deaths of these innocent people, and something else has caused them to rise. Something unnatural, perhaps even supernatural. Something . . . from beneath the ocean’s black water.
Please visit this link to download a set of your own. Thanks for reading my books and taking flight with Axiom-man.