Neurotic Mothers’ Battleship (Virian Chronicles Book 3)

by Xanxa Symanah

Third of the Virian Chronicles

When Darien returns to her home city after a sabbatical in the countryside, she soon realises that all is not well with her family and colleagues. Faced with mysterious threats while trying to investigate a charismatic criminal mastermind, she has to venture into dangerous areas of the city and rely on assistance from an unlikely assortment of vagrants and misfits. She also has to contend with her cantankerous mother and a needy lover who is not as supportive as he should be. Take a journey into the sleazy criminal underworld of Kashmir City, where Darien searches for truth and justice, as well as trying to find her true vocation in life.

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Publisher: Symanah Publishing
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Tropes: Band of Brothers/Sisters, Band of Misfits, Conspiracy, Dark Enemy, Fellowship, Found Family, Person in Distress, Prophesy, Reluctant Hero, Secret Society, Wise Mentor
Setting: Fenian Galaxy, Planet Yttria
Languages Available: English
Series Type: Same Universe / Various Characters

About the Author

Sarah Xanxa Wallace (AKA Xanxa Symanah and Xanxa Raggatt) has always been involved in creative writing. In fact, before she learned to read and write, she would make up stories, telling them to anyone who would listen, or simply reciting them to herself when she lacked an audience.

She is also a poet, having had some of her poetry published in an anthology which was brought out by a Brasilian University publishing house. Some of her poems have also featured on drug abuse awareness websites, youth club websites and other creative communities online.

Her main areas of work are epic and urban fantasy. She has written seven fantasy novels with the collective title The Virian Chronicles and is currently working on offshoot novels collectively entitled The Virian Companions and The Vyrdigaan Prophecies. She has also written one detective novel and published a collection of her dark poetry.

She is married to the home-based progressive rock musician Ian Vincent Wallace (formerly Ian Raggatt) and she wrote a novella to accompany one of his albums, The Presence, telling the story of the concept in her own words. The novella was distributed with the first batch of CDs released but is now only available in ebook format.

Besides creative writing, she has a keen interest in fantasy and science-fiction movies and TV shows, travel, languages and music.


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