THE INVERSION SOLUTION
Book Three of the Alchemancer Series
About the Book
The city of Brighton is in chaos. Infernal science inverted half the population. The other half fights for survival. The Alchemancer series continues.
Half of Brighton’s population paid the price when Aaron failed to stop the Nullification Engine. The situation worsens when eslar invaders, led by Ensel Rhe’s brother-in-law, Balrabbek, arrive in Brighton intent on completing Ingrid Kane’s work. Forced into an alliance with them, Aaron soon realizes the engine’s effect went well beyond the city’s borders and that much more is at stake than he ever imagined.
When Ensel Rhe learns of Balrabbek’s arrival, he wants nothing more than to take revenge on him for the murder of his son. But his brother-in-law’s deceit and his ambitions went much further than he thought. Now, he must end those ambitions, no matter the cost.
Meanwhile, Serena flees from the chaos consuming Brighton, only to find that escape is a fleeting thing as her inability to control her magic continues to haunt her. When she learns of the Griffin’s mission to retrieve the secrets of a lifesaving vitality serum, she sees it as a way to save both her people and herself.
Science and sorcery collide in The Inversion Solution, the third book in the Alchemancer fantasy adventure series. Continue your reading adventure today.
Scholar, alchemist, sorcerer’s apprentice.
Ensel Rhe Alon
An eslar mercenary.
Krill weapons master.
Ingrid Kane Kalara
An eslar trader.
Jakinda Rhe Alon
Ensel Rhe’s daughter.
A witch. The Woman of the Wood.
Raspel crime lord.
Adopted daughter of Thorvid Kelm.
Sunken Slums fortuneteller.
Mysteriarch and pyromancer. Serena’s first master.
Former Earl of Kettering. Deceased.
Dwarven crime lord.
City guardsman. Clyde’s brother-in-law.
Captain of the town militia.
Fire Rock Dwarves
Raider, explosives expert.
Raider, stone expert.
The Griffin’s Crew
Commander/first mate, former quartermaster.
Chief engineer’s assistant.
Former airman. Deceased.
Ship’s master carpenter/cooper.
Former bosun’s mate.
A cabin boy.
Rebecca “Beck” Stratum
Master-at-arms. Former army sergeant.
Omega Agazi (Eslar)
Hounds of Barathrum
- Carnage (Ugoshatha),
- Havoc (Shatach),
- Ravage (Sthu),
- Ruin (Sarshuath),
- Shatter (Elaqus),
- Agony (Hugony),
- Mayhem (Yathathac),
- Misery (Ggothista),
- Scourge (Uzulthoma),
- Discord (Mmazstagoth),
- Turmoil (Bhacthu),
- Terror (Zhac-kitha)
Xirklx’s Residents (Skeva)
Shaman and chieftain.
Young shodeth warrior.
Leader of the shodeth.
Barony of Agratis
A barony grown rich from its lumber and trade agreements with Brighton. Agratis is ruled by Lord Malcolm Roberts.
Barony of Fallmere
Leaderless since the attack on Norwynne, Fallmere is in a state of disarray.
Barony of Rulana
The richest and most prosperous of Kettering's territories, Rulana is ruled from Brighton not by a baron, but by the Earl of Kettering himself.
A prosperous city located at the joining of three rivers, the Silvercross, Highbrook, and Whitecrest. It is the seat of power for the entire earldom and is known for its shipbuilding industry and as a trading gateway to the Barrens Ocean.
Earldom of Kettering
The southwestern territory of the fiefdom of Seacea. Made up of the baronies of Agratis, Fallmere, and Rulana. Kettering is ruled by the Roberts family.
The Griffin is a one-of-a-kind airship specially designed for high-elevation travel.
A city lying between Norwynne and Brighton on Galway Road.
A remote oceanside city-keep.
Capital of Agratis.
An underground city located beneath Brighton.