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Roar Volume 8: Paradise

by Matt Doyle

Roar Volume 8
Part of the ROAR series:
Editions:Paperback: $ 19.95
ISBN: 1614503796
Size: 5.50 x 8.50 in
Pages: 286

NOTE: This the 8th of Bad Dog Books' annual themed furry fiction anthology series, Roar. Though the book features a lot of diverse representation, not all the stories are queer.


Paradise can be the stark natural beauty of our own world; it can be the connections we have with the people we love; it can be a moment in time. Paradise can be a place we're seeking or a place that we didn't realize we already had until it started to slip away. It can have a dark side. Even shining science-fiction utopias can come with a price.

Read this book and take a journey through eighteen different visions of paradise—beginning with the personal and natural, traveling through the societal and technological, and all the way out to the supernal and divine. A great book can heal you when you're hurting, give you an escape that you desperately need, or even rekindle a lost spark of hope.

Let this book be a small piece of paradise for you.

Nor'Killik by Matt Doyle

Corvin was genetically engineered to act as a first port of call for those in need, but his desire to travel the stars has started to conflict with this. Though resigned to the fact that he can't leave his designated area, a meeting with a gender and species shifting entity may yet change that.

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Languages Available: English
Languages Available: English

About the Author

Matt Doyle is a speculative fiction author from the UK and identifies as pansexual and genderfluid. Matt has spent a great deal of time chasing dreams, a habit which has led to success in a great number of fields. To date, this has included spending ten years as a professional wrestler, completing a range of cosplay projects, and publishing multiple works of fiction.

These days, Matt can be found working on multiple novels and stories, blogging about pop culture, and plotting and planning far too many projects.