Every once in a while, the friends you care for and the simple choices you make, can lead to highly unconventional destinations. For example: being chased across several countries by a necromancer. The country of Megvall has long relied on magic to provide it with many things, from daily conveniences you can buy at your local alchemy shop to larger projects like the tower in the capital that controls the weather. This country is where the problem starts, when a necromancer by the name of Genaveeve decides she wants to take it over (and anything else she can get along the way) using masses of undead. There is, however, a problem; those pesky undead aren't very smart, and tend to go a little crazy when she summons them. Crazy here means killing everything within their grasp, including each other. The book she needs to fix this is a little hard to find. Sitting in a little medical clinic near the border of Megvall and the technological superpower of Lyrion, an alchemist woman named Cassius is hiding the one thing that is stopping Genaveeve from a very bloody takeover. Brilliant, anxious, and with a rather remarkable temper, Cassius is hardly a heroine. When you add her tendency to distrust others, it certainly doesn't seem like a recipe for success. Thankfully, she's not alone, and the far more personable Kirin happens to be her very good friend. Cheerful, optimistic and otherwise shamelessly useless, he's not about to let her go running off on her own. Now, here's the question to be asked; can one jumpy alchemist and one fellow in a top hat stop Genaveeve's terrifying plot? Probably not, but they'll be damned if that's going to stop them trying...even if they never wanted to try in the first place.
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Kyle Sands is from Freeport, Illinois, and is a student at Highland Community College studying computer science. Though he has written short works before, Odd is his first project to be published. After coming up with the idea for it, he worked on it through NaNoWriMo (successfully meeting the goal), and finished it some time after. He is looking forward to his opportunity to continue writing novels, and has an idea or two for a sequel in the works. All along the way he was assisted by Chloe Lee and Kim Duede. Chloe wrote chapter 18 (Velle's chapter) and Kim provided lots of moral support all along the way. Both were essential to the writing of the novel and Odd probably would not have come to pass without their contributions
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