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Tiqual by Thomas Nash


Many centuries after the collapse of advanced civilisation on Tiqual, Jorj Edrou is the son of a minor aristocrat, growing up near the hostile border in a kingdom on the brink of war with its neighbours. But when a new, moving star appears in the sky, events are soon set in motion beyond anyone’s control and the world is forced to confront its murky past. Jorj becomes part of events that will reshape all of Tiqual and far, far beyond.

Note: Tiqual is unfinished, with no recent updates.  It contains some graphic violence and harsh language.

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Listed: Mar 6, 2016

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By Susan Amund, author of Barghest

Apr 11, 2016: Tiqual, by the first chapter, already had me hooked. The world building is detailed, without being overwhelming. The main character is believable and easy to sympathize. Everyone has known the childhood rush of excitement after succeeding at an adult task. Everyone has known the bitterness of adult business interfering with childish plans. And the reader also feels that foreshadowing for the looming war, for the father who has a very real chance of not coming home.

The world created in Tiqual is interesting in its similarities and differences from our own, but it is Jorj’s story that makes me want to go back for more. I look forward to new chapters.

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