Fantasy Books by Ned Marcus

The Blue Prometheus Series

The Orange Storm Series

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The Orange Storm Series

  1. Orange Storm
  2. The Orange Witch (forthcoming)

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Orange Storm

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The Blue Prometheus Series

  • Young Aina #0 (free on this website and at most major online bookstores)
  • The Huntress of Prometheus #0 (free on this website)
  • Blue Prometheus #1
  • The Darkling Odyssey #2
  • Fire Rising #3

I'd recommend reading the trilogy first. You could begin with Young Aina, but the story is not directly connected to Blue Prometheus. However, it does show an important event in Aina's early life. Something that changed her forever. Read more about Young Aina and the Stories Before Blue Prometheus.

You can read my articles about the trilogy here: Blue PrometheusThe Darkling Odyssey and Fire Rising.

Blue Prometheus

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The Darkling Odyssey

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Fire Rising

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The Blue Prometheus Series Boxset—Books 1-3 

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