Cross the Road

Cross the Road


The fourth and final tale in the historical dark fantasy series The Time of the Phoenix, Cross the Road sees the immortal Phoenix traveling to 1930s New York in the wake of his friend’s death, seeking answers--and revenge.

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About the Book

It’s the 1930s and the being who was once Christopher Marlowe is in New York seeking answers—and vengeance. What he finds instead is a startling new style of music: the Delta Blues.
But will even pursuing this revelation to its source in the Mississippi Delta help the Phoenix find the answers—and the people—he seeks? Will he have his revenge?
And after all that, will he find a reason to keep on going? Or is this the end for the avatar of humanity’s creativity, once and for all?

About the Author
Aaron Rosenberg

Aaron Rosenberg is the author of the best-selling DuckBob SF comedy series, the Relicant Chronicles epic fantasy series, the Dread Remora space-opera series, and—with David Niall Wilson—the O.C.L.T. occult thriller series. Aaron’s tie-in work contains novels for Star Trek, Warhammer, World of WarCraft, Stargate: Atlantis, Shadowrun, Eureka, Mutants & Masterminds, and more. He has written children’s books (including the original series STEM Squad and Pete and Penny’s Pizza Puzzles, the award-winning Bandslam: The Junior Novel, and the #1 best-selling 42: The Jackie Robinson Story), educational books on a variety of topics, and over seventy roleplaying games (such as the original games Asylum, Spookshow, and Chosen, work for White Wolf, Wizards of the Coast, Fantasy Flight, Pinnacle, and many others, and both the Origins Award-winning Gamemastering Secrets and the Gold ENnie-winning Lure of the Lich Lord). He is the co-creator of the ReDeus series, and a founding member of Crazy 8 Press. Aaron lives in New York with his family. You can follow him online at his website, on Facebook, and on Twitter.

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