Land of Dreams

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Land of Dreams
Product information
Type Novel
Author Randall N. Bills
Cover Artwork Ken Coleman
Interior Artwork Alan Blackwell, Brent Evans, Harri Kallio, Chris Lewis, Duane Loose, Benjamin Myers, Anthony Scroggins
Publication information
Publisher Catalyst Game Labs
First published 13 July 2022
Content
Era [Clan Homeworlds Era]]
(Succession Wars Era)
Timeline 17 July 2815 - 26 May 2822
Series Founding of the Clans
Preceded by Visions of Rebirth


Land of Dreams is the conclusion of the Founding of the Clans trilogy. The original projected title (as per the announcement of the Founding of the Clans trilogy) had been Forging of Blood.

Offered with the 2019 Clan Invasion Crowdfunding Campaign and initially announced for May 2022, the novel was first published electronically on 13 July 2022 to (only) roughly two thirds of the campaign backers because of technical difficulties.

Product Description[edit]

Return in triumph…or not at all…

Two thousand light years from Terra, two brothers leave behind the shattered dreams of their father, the great General Aleksandr Kerensky. For a second time, war drives them into the dark and cold of the void, as the raging conflict engulfs the Pentagon Worlds and the nascent Star League-in-Exile.

For nearly fifteen years on the world of Strana Mechty—the land of dreams—Andery Kerensky has watched his elder brother Nicholas shape an all-new society of warriors that follows their ilKhan with near religious fanaticism. And despite the costs already paid in blood for that transformation, Andery knows the worst is yet to come. For Nicholas will stop at nothing to mold his followers into something never-before-seen in human history. And all with one singular goal: to return to the Pentagon Worlds and punish those that destroyed their father’s dream.

Can Andery continue to be his brother’s conscience, even as Nicholas’ final hammer blows forge the Clans into the great and terrible society it is poised to become? Or will the titanic assault of Operation Klondike, and the Clans’ return to the Pentagon Worlds, shatter what Nicholas has built entirely? And just how far will Andery let Nicholas go to pursue his zealous quest of a united Clan Homeworlds

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