Now Available: Caravan of Shadows



Originally published in 1995, the Wraith: The Oblivion novel Caravan of Shadows is now available in PDF from DriveThruFiction!

The good news is, there’s life after death.


For boxer Joey Castelo, afterlife is a nightmare of slavery and savage gladiatorial combat, as he and his master become members of a traveling troupe that is part of an underground boxing circuit. While fighting for his identity against his own savage shadow — a symbol of the blind rage which he must learn to forget — Castelo becomes drawn into the dark web of The Shadowlands.

Joey discovers that the lovely impressario of the troupe has problems of her own, secrets which make her a target for a sinister collection of spectres, vampires, psychics, and exorcists. Soon Joey and his companions are running for their lives, in a desperate odyssey that takes them across America and into the hellish dimensions that lie beyond the earth.

The dark side of his soul strives to consume him. The forces of the world of darkness pursue him. And he still cannot let go of the memories of his mortal life…

  4 comments for “Now Available: Caravan of Shadows

  1. Atavist
    March 10, 2014 at 6:29 pm

    Cool. I’ve been on a big kick with the oWoD fiction lately. But I have to admit, it would be great to have them in epub or mobi format, pdf doesn’t work really well with some popular e-readers.

    • IanW
      March 10, 2014 at 6:32 pm

      This is a scanned image book. We don’t have the original files, and thus cannot convert to epub or mobi easily.

  2. Mason
    March 10, 2014 at 9:41 pm

    Thank you. I’ve got Beyond the Shroud. My goal is to read all the wraith fiction before the wraith20 kickstarter. Now if you could just get the rest of them up and maybe work on the file sizes ( I know they are scanned but they are still huge!). And thank you once again!

  3. Nikuchan
    March 11, 2014 at 12:07 pm

    I had found this book in a used book store in 2007 and was confused because I had never heard of it before. The only fiction book for Wraith that I had heard anyone talk about was Beyond the Shroud. So I picked it up and read it and I was blown away with how good it was. I liked the interplay of the different characters and how the villain has more motivation than “be evil.” If you are a fan of Wraith in the slightest, definitely pick it up.

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