About the Book

Original Publication Date: July 01, 1993

Setting: Ichidian Universe; Nemesis Legacy

In the Ichidian Universe, the League and its ruthless assassins continue to keep rule. But at what cost? Welcome back to the future- and a whole new world.

He is an outlaw who offers no quarter…

Devyn Kell spent his life in service to the League until he learned of the double dealing and backstabbing that was costing innocent people their lives. Refusing to play those politics, he became a Runner- someone who makes sure planets get the weapons, medicine and supplies they need to survive. May the gods have mercy on any who get in his way, because he definitely won’t.

She is on the run from a past that could end her life…

Alix Garran is a woman on the run from a past she can’t escape....

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Characters

Devyn

The Hero: Devyn

Devyn spent three years of service to the League until he learned about the double dealing and backstabbing that was costing innocent people their lives. Refusing to play those politics, he became a Runner-  someone who makes sure planets get the weapons, medicine and supplies they need to survive. May the gods have mercy on any who get in his way, because he definitely won't.

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alix

The Heroine: Alix

A woman of many mysteries and with a past she refuses to talk about, Alix takes no crap from anyone. She gives new meaning to the word scrapper. Fiercely loyal and brilliant with anything mechanical, she's the best friend you'll ever make. Or the last enemy you'll ever face. And whatever you do, don't threaten what she loves.

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  • Jullien

  • Adron

  • Manashe

  • Mered

  • Merjack

  • Nero

  • Nykyrian

  • Omari

  • Paden

  • Shahara

  • Sphinx

  • Sway

  • Syn

  • Taryn Quiakides

  • Tess

  • Thia

  • Tiernan

  • VIK II

  • VIK I

  • Zarina

  • Alix

  • Caillen

  • Dare

  • Darling

  • Devyn

  • Hauk

  • Jayce

  • Jayne

  • Kalea

  • Kasen

  • Kiara

  • (A)SK Sherrilyn

  • Starla

  • Claria

  • Cezar

  • Hadrian

  • Strife

The Story Behind The Story

Because the League series was originally published by 4 different publishers, characters and situations had to be changed to make it look like the books were unrelated. Now Sherri is finally able to rewrite them back to the way they were and bring to her fans the series in its entirety.

This book is completely rewritten and bears almost no semblance to the original Paradise City which was written when Sherri was only 24 years old.

Even though this was the second novel Sherri sold, it was the first to come out and was published by Dorchester in their original futuristic line. Born of Ice was originally published in August 1993 by Dorchester with the title Paradise City.

The original cover featured a hero who looked so much like her older brother she'd lost, that for a full month she couldn't bear to look at it.

Sherri wrote the original manuscript on a...

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Hear it from the Fans

I hate to nit pick, but after a re-read following BOL, timeline is wonky in this book. Zarina (age 17) is more than a year older than Spinx (16) and Strife (15-16), and the twins can't be much older than 20-21, which seems a little young for all of their achievements. Or am I missing something? Thanks SK for the great universe you created.

Helen, July 11, 2016

    Taryn was being sarcastic about her age. He wasn't being serious.

    Carl, MB Staff, July 11, 2016

Started re-reading the series before Born of Legend was released and was wondering if SK was going to continue Nemesis Legacy with Jayce and Kalea's story? Now that I've finished Born of Legend and it just reinforces my belief that it should be the next book in the Legacy story line.

Joanne Maraviglia, June 30, 2016

Paden told Syn his mother's lover fabricated the results of the paternity test in hopes she'd leave Syn, and that he was, in fact, Syn's, but in another book Syn said that he knew Paden wasn't his because Paden had a rare genetic defect. Which is correct?

Sam, July 8, 2015

    Both are "true." The story Paden was told was meant to hurt Paden and his mother. Syn isn't his biological father, but Syn never tells Paden the "truth" because to him, Paden is his son. So Syn knows he's not his father, but Paden thinks he is.

    Carl, MB Staff, July 22, 2015

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