Next up in our new releases for 2017 is the long awaited finale to The Watcher Trilogy, called The Wandering God. If you haven’t read The Watcher, or its sequel, Stormdancer, I urge you to give them a try. Joshua Pantalleresco has created a truly unique post-apocalyptic world where dragons rule over what remains of the human race, and one young boy dreams of discovering the world beyond the slave compound he was born into. This young boy, The Watcher, sets out to discover what else is out there and in the sequel, Stormdancer, shows his friends the value of doing the same. What awaits us in this final installment? Well, I’m just as eager as you to find out.
What is most unique about Joshua Pantalleresco’s epic is its style. The complex and deeply intuitive story is told through simple accessible poetry and beautiful graphic art by the extremely talented Florence Chan. Through the eyes of The Watcher, and later, each of his friends, we learn to see the world as a multitude of opportunities just waiting to be explored. If you’re looking for a unique experience and an even more unique view of our possible future, then I suggest you get started on The Watcher and Stormdancer before The Wandering God becomes available in June 2017.
An imaginative and engaging story, The Watcher will help you see poetry in a whole new way. Escape into the world of a slave boy who dreams of something more and journey with him as he discovers what mysteries the world holds.
There is more. The Watcher proves it. Discover it for yourself.