Big announcement today! That’s right… Just as sudden and secret as a Beyonce album, I’m announcing the release of the newest Rucksack Universe story—and the last: END OF THE ROAD:
Available everywhere books, e-books, audiobooks, paperbacks, bound vellum, and papyrus scrolls are sold.
Ridley Scott has not yet announced a movie deal (but I’m sure he’ll be in touch once he’s on a coffee break from Wool). After being slapped, How I Met Your Mother’s Carter Bays and Craig Thomas were told they couldn’t have the TV rights until they learn to write an ending worthy of 9 seasons of anticipation.
End of the Road
The Last Rucksack Universe Story
50 Shades of Brain
Jay’s final trip. The world’s greatest traveler gets a job and ditches his backpack. Zombies attack. What happens next will make you cry.
Jay knew it had to happen someday. After years on the road, someday is today: the day that Jay, the world’s greatest traveler, settles down. He shredded his passport, donated his backpack to a thrift store, and is putting a plastic plant in the cubicle at his new job. All his travels are a distant if embarrassing memory. But that’s okay.
At least, that’s what Jay thinks until Faddah Rucksack turns up—dead. And then undead.
As Rucksack shambles off for a pint of brains, zombies overrun the peaceful little town where Jay wanted to live out his days in sedentary boredom. But zombies are the least of Jay’s problems. Soon angels, werewolves, vampires, dystopian teenagers, witches, wizards, fairies, elementals—all wearing leather pants and swinging mystical swords—turn up for the battle that will determine the end of the world.
Guru Deep Says
“Brains! Brains! Nom-nom-nom.”
— The Afterlife Through the Third Eye
- 666 pages
- 5.25″ x 8″ x 2.5″
- ISBN-13, 123-4-567890-12-3
- ISBN-10, MMCVLIII
- ASIN, BEZOS
- ISBN-13, 481-5-162342-48-1
- ISBN-10, 2432615184
What Fans Are Saying
★★★★★ “Screw travel! All this time I hoped there would be a werewolf/vampire love story in the Rucksack Universe. But a werewolf-vampire-zombie love triangle? Well, spoilers!”
— Wublishers Peekly
★★★★★ “You know what I say: it ain’t fantasy if there ain’t quasi-mystical women swinging swords and wearing leather pants. And St. Clair’s new book has so many pants, he could open a bad-ass lady’s boutique.”
— The New Galway Last Call
★★★★★ “An epic tale that has it all. This is the book Tolkien, Pratchett, Gaiman, Whedon, and Moffat wish they had written. You know, if they were zombies.”
— The Fantastic League of Fantasy Fans