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The Realms of Magic by Robert Black

Many centuries ago, a cataclysm destroyed the line of succession in the land of Giedor. The five provinces of Giedor (Mercica, Mynoria, Sorinar, Dak’rai, and Haldria), all made claims to the vacant throne, sparking a vicious civil war as the states clashed. Now, with numerous regimes, kings, treaties, and promises broken across the so called Killing Fields, the Five States . . .

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Arrowhead University by Bart

Magical University set in 3.P

A long time ago, the King was having problems with too many adventurers. So he founded three Hero adventuring schools with a cap of 20 adventurers each year from each school. Anyone found with levels that wasn’t part of the king’s guard, a graduate of a school, or was influential enough (and rich enough) to pay the special tax, was . . .

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Pale And Gray by Inigo Sharpe

The world has already ended, Done it, Seen it, Bought the t-shirt. Now as civilization rises from the ashes three burgeoning nations vie for supremacy and the right to rule the land. One Man stands in the middle. A powerful immortal known by the name of Nikolas Marlowe. The fate of the world might well rest on his shoulders . . .

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Cold Iron by Inigo Sharpe

The City Of New Islington, Rhode Island is about to be involved in a very dangerous game. The two secret powers of the North American continent trying to remove one another as the way the world works starts to change. A desperate man makes a wish for his daughter. Two lost girls try to find a new home . . .

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Void by Ridtom

Fighting for something you don't believe in.

Year 2555. A “Gifted” young man, Alex White returns to his home colony of New Triton in search of finding some measure of peace and meaning to his existence. His reputation proceeds him however, further casting him into the chaos of being “Gifted” and all the trouble that it entails. As he struggles to fight for something he doesn’t believe . . .

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The Bane of Bennu by Monica Mileti

Long ago the city of Bennu was ruled by the Rift Masters; humans that were able to manipulate a mysterious energy called Power. The Rift Masters used Power to open a gate to the realm of Tartarus, and took the native nightmarish creatures known as daimons back to their own realm to use as slaves. Four hundred years after . . .

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Glamourist Extraordinaire by alienmanbeast

Azadana Rohin is a detective. She is also a glamourist who can shape thought, light and emotion to create crisp illusions. The gift comes at the cost of her own sanity and the sanity those around her, and it nurses an alluring darkness that she cannot deny. . . .

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The Misplaced Baroness by Camille LaGuire

After escaping a near encounter with death, Plink (also known as Lady Pauline Anne Marie Tritt-Woolsey Beethingham Smythe, Baroness of Beethingham) goes on the run, dodging police, spies, friends and family alike—because any of them might be her would-be killer. (Old-time silent movie style adventure. The second story in The Perils of Plink.) . . .

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Vows From Darkness by Nastasha

Coulta has only known one life: the life of a slave, forced to carry out the cruel commands of a power-hungry lord with generations of anger raging behind his every action. The only friend and family he has ever had is the servant who raised him like an older sister would. The only things he has ever been able to . . .

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Ruin by TheLunarFox

Ruin is a series of interconnected stories that each stand on their own but when read together form a web of stories and moments where the lives of the people are as important as the world they live in. . . .

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Thereamid by Thereamid

Never call them faeries

Every folklore tradition in Europe seems to have stories about the time when the Fair Folk left for a land across the sea. Two best friends are about to discover where they went. The main story is told through a trunk of character blogs, and can be enjoyed by itself, but there is a supplemental wiki that branches out . . .

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Kings and Monsters by Adah Biggs

A sideways fairy tale

When a monster decides to spare the life of a child, he changes the fate of kingdoms, curtails an expanding empire, restores a lost royal dynasty, and most especially, alters his own life forever. Ja’kh’redd, a monstrous Vidos, was out hunting when he came across an orphaned human child amidst the ruins of a recently destroyed caravan. Taking pity . . .

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OYSTERS, PEARLS AND MAGIC

an original premise

By A. M. Harte, editor, author of Theatre of Horrors

Sep 4, 2009: I only read the prologue (which stands at a lengthy 4,000 words!) but my initial impression is that Oysters, Pearls and Magic has an intriguing premise.

It is based in an alternate universe, a place where gender roles are strictly defined: women fish for oysters and pearls, and men "curl light" (or cast magic) to power the boats and so on. The author has clearly given the setting a lot of thought, and the writing strongly evokes a small fishing village. [more . . .]

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RED HOUSE DOWN

Interesting world, boring characters.

By Whyknotzoidberg, author of Hotfoot

Dec 1, 2015: First thing to get out of the way, is that the serial is written in the present tense. I personally dislike this, but I know others don’t, so keep that in mind as you read this review. Oh yea also review swap yada yada yada.

I wish I could like this story. I really do. The world seems cool, the powers/magical abilities/psychic attacks are intriguing and I really want to know more about them. It’s a shame I don’t give a [more . . .]

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