The Saga of Terminal City is a series of epic verse novels that follow a group of fallen angels after they are given a second chance.
Their hero is flawed ex-angel Robert Hunger, who must defend his adopted home, Terminal City, from gathering forces of evil. His adventures are gripping, poignant, and funny, all told in modern epic verse.
Second Spring: An Epic Verse Novel
The Saga of Terminal City No. 7
When the fearless, the friendless, and the fiendish converge all at once on the island of the apocalypse, what will happen? Find out, along with the last of the Poor Shepherds, in Second Spring.
Evil Ape: An Epic Verse Novel
The Saga of Terminal City No. 6
Evil forces threaten the blue ark of Earth. Change is coming, but will it be for good or bad? Of history’s relentless march partake, in Evil Ape.
City of Cruelty: An Epic Verse Novel
The Saga of Terminal City No. 5
When a new Satan arises, the Poor Shepherds and their allies must race to prevent his reign. Will mourning or celebration be in store? Find out in City of Cruelty.
The Saga of Terminal City No. 4
What happens when the devil has a daughter? Experience the clash of good and evil as the fate of Terminal City hangs in the balance.
Martian Nights: An Epic Verse Novel
The Saga of Terminal City No. 3
Many are the secrets hidden in the Martian dirt. What happens when they are unleashed on an unsuspecting Earth? Find out, along with the Poor Shepherds, in Martian Nights.
Hometown Hero: An Epic Verse Novel
The Saga of Terminal City No. 2
The one horse town of Crummburg is marked for destruction by resentful native sons. Can vacationing ex-angel Robert Hunger stop the evil, and save the innocent, before the clock strikes doom?
Friends Fall Out: An Epic Verse Novel
The Saga of Terminal City No. 1
Ex-angel Robert Hunger is on the trail of a ruthless rock band with plans to enslave Terminal City. Who is their mysterious funder, and why do they desire a shy, but special, young woman?
Siegel’s Census: An Index
The Saga of Terminal City No. 0
From his den of monitors and super-computers deep beneath Terminal City, statistician Adolphus Siegel has produced the community’s first census.