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Magikind by George Bakerson

Magic Doesn't Exist. It Never Did. 

The third millennia, a time of change and evolution. An era, where people, through countless generations, have evolved strange powers and abilities.

Through several centuries of selective breeding, these beings, known as mages, have become part of the very foundations of society. However, some refused to change or adapt. They believed in purity and refused to interbreed with magikind. Known as the manush, they were a rarity among society.

Now, in the fifth millennia, the manush are thought extinct. With magikind ruling the world, a three-way war grips society. In these uncertain times, a manush called Gin, will herald a new era for all Magikind.

A story of how man could realistically evolve while still pushing boundaries.

Note: Magikind contains some graphic violence and harsh language.


A serialized novel, updating weekly

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Listed: Feb 6, 2019

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