The Mordiar’s Opus Series.
Mordiar’s Hymn by R. Peter Ubtrent.
The Mordiar’s Opus Series Books One.
Mordiar Morduk was at the pinnacle of his career. One of the youngest to ever achieve the rank of Maxim Quirinus, he had won ever medal available, some more than once. Then one day he was branded a war criminal and forced into exile to avoid being executed. For twenty years he finds peace and solitude on a planet trying to get through its industrial age, his only companion a combat-mech named Bob. Then he meets Cheyenne and for the first time in his life he falls in love and starts to realized that he can raise a family here and be safe. When the Rebellion suddenly shows up and wants him to join, he flatly refuses. What happens next will change his life forever and plunge the multi-verse into a bloody and merciless civil war. This is book one of the Mordiar Opus Trilogy and begins Mordiar’s quest for absolution and redemption in a multi-verse that requires the ultimate sacrifice for those who are un-worthy.
Paperback: 389 Pages
Publisher: Lulu.com (July 6, 2021)
A Wayward Chant by R. Peter Ubtrent.
The Mordiar’s Opus Series Books Two.
In the second installment of the Mordiar Opus, the Nergal Demesne, with the murder of his wife and two children, has set loose on the multi-verse the wrath of Mordiar Morduk. Determined to destroy the Demesne and all who command it, Mordiar has taken the hitherto useless rebellion and turned it into a killing machine and the high command has taken notice. Volarus, one of Mordiar’s best friends, has been tasked with bringing him in, dead or alive and as the one who knows him best and blackmailed by the High Councilor, he just might be able to do it. With Tatiana the Druzsni, Yajna the Jag’t’gar, Marin the Hor’ack, Ogdoad the Ogma, and the now young Kerria, Mordiar will destroy all in his path to get to those who ordered the death of his family. But he will only find more death and betrayal along the way as well as a new adversary, the Karai-Sin, who have been tasked with spreading the religion of their gods to all they encounter or kill them, whichever is easier. And then there is Yajna’s parents, a foe who might just be the most dangerous Mordiar has ever faced. Romance, pain, betrayal, lust, and death all face-off against Mordiar and the further along he goes, the more he loses himself and might never find his way back.
Paperback: 342 Pages
Publisher: Lulu.com (August 17, 2021)
About The Author: R. Peter Ubtrent was born in New York City but moved to Albuquerque, New Mexico at the age of eight. Although he has lived in both Florida and California, he seems to have settled in Edgewood, New Mexico for the moment.
Writing since high school, Peter has self-published seven science fiction novels, six in one series called ‘Dark Pilgrim’ and one stand-alone titled ‘Eternity’s Handmaiden.’
Peter has obtained bachelor’s degrees in astrophysics, history, and Secondary Education, has a Master’s degree in military history and has a Doctorate in military studies.
When he’s not writing, Peter works in his gardens or builds wooden and plastic models. He has been married to Genevieve for over sixteen years.
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