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David McLeod's Stories


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Three Earth Analogues come together in "0300 Book 2." Here are beginnings of two of them.


Book 2 of 0300 *****

The sequel to 0300 Book 1, formerly published as "Finding Danny," updated and revised.


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This is a continuation of "0300 Books 1 and 2," and parallels the second of those.


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Sometime in the remote past, a tween named Arthur leaves Arcadia to seek his friend, kidnapped by slavers and taken to Eblis, the land of dark magic and evil. Armed only with his wits, inchoate magic, and a dagger, Arthur begins a Heroes Journey.


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A beggar who is afraid for his life encounters a boy who claims to be a prince. This is a medieval fantasy adventure in a world in which the magical is mundane—but still, very special.


Book 2 of Book of Heroes *****

In which a teen from California meets a knight and travels with him to a world where love is, indeed, magic. This story was the first to have been translated. It's been reviewed in light of new information, and then significantly edited. If you liked the first version, you should like the second, more. Please check it.


Book 1 of Book of Heroes *****

When did what happen? Many people have asked for a timeline for these stories. Here's the best that's available, right now.


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Four boys—an Empath, an Illusionist, a Druid, and a Thief—encounter a dragon and find much more than treasure.


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Earth and World intersect; boys move from one to the other; familiar stories meet in unfamiliar ways, all ruled by magic.


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A silver haired elf and a redheaded human find that their destinies are intertwined. This story is only for those who enjoy medieval, magical fantasy starring boys and teens. It is from The Book of Heroes, the source of “The Translator,” “The Paladin,” “Dragon’s Treasure,” “George of Sedona,” and other stories.This particular story begins in the elven city of Barbicana.


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On the Global Explorer, science, espionage, and environmental activism meet Sea Cadets enrolled in a United Nations science program. The goal of the Explorer’s crew? To save the world from global warming, widespread hunger, pollution, post-Soviet Russian thuggery, and a myriad things adults created but that their children must solve.


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Two teens—one an Elven mage, the other the Human son of a huntsman—meet as healer and patient, but develop much closer ties. They set out to see World, and find it to be a very different place from the sheltered existence they had led. Their lives are not made easier by the Darkness that seeks to eclipse the Light that has ruled Elvenhold and Arcadia for 5,000 years.


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An initiation at a British boys’ school leads to an encounter in a cemetery.


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A teen with an earnest desire to become a Warrior-Cleric travels from a small town to the capital city and enrolls in the central temple of Arcadia. It is not long, however, before his skills and training lead him into danger. Along the way, he meets a half-Elven boy who becomes his acolyte and companion.


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Two boys with nothing in common join forces to search for a missing classmate. They discover a world governed by both magic and logic. There, they find the one thing they do have in common is the only thing that is important.<br /> This story begins on Earth (or an Earth analogue), a few months after “The Book of Heroes: George of Sedona,” . It is not essential, but perhaps useful, to have read at least the first chapter of that story before reading this one.