Chinese Martial Artist, Yi Xiao, having been transplanted to California is still seeking his Doa, that elusive wisp of spiritual peace that is so elusive. It certainly doesn’t help when he finds himself dealing with all kinds of supernatural monsters controlled by an American sorcerer named Bly. Bly’s goal is to steal the all-powerful magic of the mighty Old Man Mountain spirit and Xiao has to stop him.
Luckily Yi Xiao has his own unique allies. There is Wu Chang, the walking-dead martial artists sent from China by Xiao’s grandmother to be his bodyguard. Then there is Deathshead, the Indian Coyote spirit with his own agenda and a community of Spanish born sisters that also possess strange arcane abilities. Throw in a water horse and a fire snake creature and once again writer Barbara Dorn cooks up a fantasy stew unlike anything ever imagined.
“Wu-Dang : Exile of the Wanderer,” is a non-stop pulp adventure that will both entertain and delight readers from ten to eighty.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Air - An Ill Wind Blows No Good
Chapter 2: Void - Heartless but not Empty
Chapter 3: Water - A Woman’s Place
Chapter 4: Fire - Seeking Freedom
Chapter 5: Earth - Finding the Center