[Free eBook] Dungeons of Kuba by Graham Diamond [Epic Fantasy]

Dungeons of Kuba by Graham Diamond, is the 2nd novel in his Adventures of the Empire Princess quartet of epic high fantasy adventures, free for a limited time courtesy of publisher Endeavour Press’ Venture imprint.

This was originally published by Playboy Press in 1979, and the story involves the usurped Princess Stacy questing to reclaim her stolen throne, this installment featuring a mission undertaken in disguise with her companions.

Free for a limited time, available worldwide @ Amazon


Their land is in peril. Power has been snatched from the hands of the Empire Princess by the maniacal Sigried.

The Empire’s great fleet had set sail in search of a legendary treasure island, Kuba, leaving the Haven unprotected. A portentous vision meant the fleet had been tricked by a treacherous enemy to force Stacy, the Empire Princess, to confront her sometime friend and now arch-enemy Sigried in the faraway and mysterious land of Kuba, a dark and forbidding place.

It is Sigried, ruler of Kuba, who is on the advance against her, capturing her niece Mara and holding her to ransom. Stacy enlists the help of Assad, a mercenary, and has on her side Cicero, who can change into a wolf or a dragon. Loyal Alryc, the astronomer, is by her side, along with Guard Captain Melinda, faithful companions in a long, arduous journey.

Stacy disguises herself as Lady Kesa, coming across Lord Quentin of Kuba. Her ambition is to return home, as she carries the onus of leading her people in a role that was thrust upon her.

‘Dungeons of Kuba’ is the second book in the Empire Princess series. It is a thrilling fantasy adventure tale in which heroine Stacy must fight against all odds to reclaim her lost throne.


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