Series: The Foreworld Saga

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Dreamer by Mark Teppoprequel
Sinner: A Prequel to the Mongoliad by Mark Teppoprequel
Seer by Mark Teppoprequel
The Beast of Calatrava by Mark Teppo
The Lion in Chains: A Foreworld SideQuest (The Foreworld Saga) by Mark Teppo
The Mongoliad: Book One by Neal Stephenson1
SideQuest Adventures No. 1 (The Foreworld Saga) by Mark Teppo
The Mongoliad: Book Two by Neal Stephenson2
The Mongoliad: Book Three by Neal Stephenson3
Katabasis by Joseph Brassey4
Siege Perilous (The Mongoliad Cycle, Book 5) by E. D. deBirmingham5
The Shield-Maiden: A Foreworld SideQuest (The Foreworld Saga) by Michael Tinker PearceSideQuest

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Series description

These notes were written September 22, 2012, and reflect my knowledge as of that time.

This series was originally serialized online, and later re-edited into three volumes with three prequels, and at least one related work, not all in print as of this writing. "The Mongoliad began as a social media experiment, combining serial story-telling with a unique level of interaction between authors and audience during the creative process. Since its original iteration, The Mongoliad has been restructured, edited, and rewritten under the supervision of its authors to create a more cohesive reading experience and will be published as a trilogy of novels. This edition is the definitive edition and is the authors' preferred text." [Amazon.com. 9/18/12.]

According to the Amazon entry, the prequel The Sinner is part of the Collector Edition of Book One, but chronologically, it is the second prequel. It is available online in electronic format, including a Kindle version from Amazon. The Dreamer is listed as part of the Collectors Edition of Book 2. online.

There is also a book The Lion in Chains which is described as as "sidequest" which will be available October 2012.

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