Cannibal-King, by Andrew M. Reichart, is the spectacular finale to the City of the Watcher trilogy.
In this volume, the Cannibal-King, glimpsed at the end of Weird Luck in the City of the Watcher and Time Traveling Blues in the City of the Watcher, takes center stage. Now we hear the story straight from the mouth of this horseman of the apocalypse.
Fleeing a post-apocalyptic fascist USA, revolutionaries Jack and Beth Waghalter find themselves transported to the wilderness outside the City of the Watcher. The wild folk of the desert and forest greet him as their messianic “Cannibal-King” as foretold centuries ago, destined to lead them against the Watcher, the warlock tyrant who rules over them all.
Jack and Beth are stumped as to what to do. Clearly no one in this equation shares their ethics or politics. But the evils of the Watcher grow increasingly evident - along with the real possibility of defeating his army. If they can overthrow an evil dictator, shouldn't they? Even if they don't know the world well enough to anticipate what might fill the vacuum? Desperate for a win after their tribulations on Earth, the temptation is strong....
What's the worst that could happen?
an offbeat fantasy trilogy
Teenage stoner Aleck Woad stumbles through a portal into the middle of a revolution in another universe. Weird Luck in the City of the Watcher is the first book in Andrew M. Reichart’s City of the Watcher trilogy, and the first published piece of The Weird Luck Saga.
In the second book of Andrew M. Reichart’s City of the Watcher trilogy, an older Aleck Woad is obsessed with undoing the events that he witnessed in his youth. But changing your own past can be risky...
The spectacular finale to Andrew M. Reichart’s City of the Watcher trilogy. In this volume, Jack Waghalter, the messianic Cannibal-King glimpsed at the end of Weird Luck in the City of the Watcher and Time-Traveling Blues in the City of the Watcher, takes center stage and tells his own version of the events leading up to the apocalyptic Battle of Melkhaios.