NONE ESCAPE THE DEEPEST DARKNESS...
Their land is in peril. Power has been snatched from the hands of the Empire Princess by the maniacal Sigried.
The Empire's great fleet had set sail in search of a legendary treasure island, Kuba, leaving the Haven unprotected. A portentous vision meant the fleet had been tricked by a treacherous enemy to force Stacy, the Empire Princess, to confront her sometime friend and now arch-enemy Sigried in the faraway and mysterious land of Kuba, a dark and forbidding place.
It is Sigried, ruler of Kuba, who is on the advance against her, capturing her niece Mara and holding her to ransom. Stacy enlists the help of Assad, a mercenary, and has on her side Cicero, who can change into a wolf or a dragon. Loyal Alryc, the astronomer, is by her side, along with Guard Captain Melinda, faithful companions in a long, arduous journey.
Stacy disguises herself as Lady Kesa, coming across Lord Quentin of Kuba. Her ambition is to return home, as she carries the onus of leading her people in a role that was thrust upon her.
'Dungeons of Kuba' is the second book in the Empire Princess series. It is a thrilling fantasy adventure tale in which heroine Stacy must fight against all odds to reclaim her lost throne.
Praise for Graham Diamond:
'The Haven is a superb creation and I have been recommending it to all. The Haven stories are a wonderful experience' - Andre Norton
'Graham Diamond has written a novel that stands out and dares to be different.' Rising Shadow
'A fast-paced, action fantasy novel' GrantLeishman.com, Reviewer
Graham Diamond began writing as a fantasy and science fiction author. He was born in Manchester, England, but was raised in New York City. He is best known for books such as The Haven, Lady of the Haven, The Thief of Kalimar, Slack Midnight, Chocolate Lenin and Forest Wars. He soon turned to other genres; including historical fiction, thrillers, and later a true story of a Holocaust survivor's family during World War II, Maybe You Will Survive. Diamond was employed as an editorial artist by the New York Times for many years, and has also taught creative writing in both New York and California.
Used availability for Graham Diamond's Dungeons of Kuba
May 1979 : USA Paperback
October 2015 : USA, Canada, UK Kindle edition