Order of Ernest Dempsey Books
Ernest Dempsey is an American author of action/adventure thriller and science fiction/fantasy novels. He writes the Sean Wyatt series. Ernest has been writing since he was in high school, but didn’t get published until many years later, in 2010. As an action/adventure author, he is following in the footsteps of authors like Clive Cussler, Dan Brown, Steve Berry and James Rollins. For his science fiction, he takes influence from The Hunger Games as well as movies like The Matrix and Gladiator.
Ernest Dempsey made his debut as a published author in 2010 with the novel The Secret of the Stones, introducing readers to Sean Wyatt. Below is a list of Ernest Dempsey’s books in order of when they were originally released:
Publication Order of Sean Wyatt Books
|The Secret of the Stones||(2010)|
|The Cleric's Vault||(2012)|
|The Last Chamber||(2012)|
|The Grecian Manifesto||(2014)|
|The Norse Directive||(2015)|
|Game of Shadows||(2015)|
|The Jerusalem Creed||(2015)|
Publication Order of Sean Wyatt Short Stories/Novellas
Publication Order of Standalone Novels
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Ernest Dempsey Synopsis: The Dream Rider is a novel by Ernest Dempsey. Everyone faces fear. What if our worst fears became our reality? And what if those fears gave us incredible power? Finn McClaren is an average college student, living a regular life until a series of nightmares change everything. Shot down in the streets, shoved off a skyscraper, and chased through a dark forest, Finn must face the decision to keep running his whole life, or fight back and live an existence better than the one he has. When he fights back, he wakes on a distant planet located on the other side of the galaxy in a role he never imagined he could play: that of the hero. The planet is enslaved by an evil emperor, and the people’s only hope lies in a young man who never achieved anything on earth. Finn must fight his way through his greatest fears and a series of gladiator games before finally challenging the emperor himself, for a chance to give the people their freedom. And along the way, Finn faces his toughest fear of all: the fear of living an unremarkable life.