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How to Survive a Summoning 101 by Durrendal

Kill. Die. Tsukkomi

Come, take a journey to Sangraal, a world violent and dark with its mythos. Sangraal, a land where mortals are simply instruments for the gods and where everything has its own tales. A place where everything is not set in black and white. Sangraal, where the gods summon a man to do their bidding. How will he pick sides . . .

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Dragomir’s Diary by Matt Bird

Dragomir’s just a normal guy with a normal job as a normal guard in a . . . castle. Unfortunately, nothing else about his life is normal, and he struggles to keep afloat while a fantasy world full of mad kings, vicious elephants, scheming politicians, bloodthirsty one-year-olds and secretive rats burbles around him. Also, his diary smiles. Cheerfully! Join Dragomir as he . . .

An ongoing blogfic, with new posts Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.
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Karasu by Jisuk Cho

Karasu is an illustrated web novel taking place in feudal Japan. The plot is heavily focused on yokai (Japanese monsters), centering on a tengu monk/healer named Shichi. . . .

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Equilibrium by Excalionar

Peter V. Kastell is taken from the cycle of reincarnation and given a purpose. His purpose can be fulfilled in nearly any way he chooses. BUT His soul is damaged. And because of that, he will be disadvantaged in an unforeseen way. Thanks to a benevolent Goddess he will gain different advantages to compensate. Along the . . .

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Trilogy of the Betrayer by Caio O de Paula

Fantasy

Many know the lone prisoner at the highest tower of the Imperial capital, a man so vile and hated by his peers that his confinement is more for his protection than anything else. What few know are the true extend of his crimes and how they came to be. Who is the true Prince of Lies and what did . . .

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The Eagle’s Flight by Daniel E. Olesen

King, nobleman, knight, commoner - who will remain standing?

The Eagle’s Flight is a fantasy epic dealing with power struggles and intrigues in the Seven Realms of Adalmearc. Every character has their own agenda, using whatever means necessary to advance it. Everyone considers themselves their hero of their own story, but inevitably it must lead to clash, conflict, and war. More information, including a map, can be seen . . .

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The God of Lyn by beddedOtaku

Kings and Kingdoms fall, but God is always one

Eon Wray, boorish young man, in hopes of escaping the boredom of everyday life, buys a popular VRMMORPG game ‘The Gods of Lyn’. However, shortly after the creation of his character and the moments of he world after, he realizes that he’s somehow found himself in a seamless replica of the game’s world. Follow him as he struggles to . . .

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Between Death and Dreams by Connor M. Perry

Tales Fantastic hosts the web-serial Between Death and Dreams—a cross between Christopher Nolan’s “Memento” and the Second Punic War, with a few similarities to Gene Wolfe’s “Soldier in the Mist”. Tales Fantastic also has supplementary short stories and articles involving sword, historical fiction, fantasy, and many stories involving swords. . . .

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Yesterday’s Prince by H.D. Lynn

What would you do if your body and your kingdom were stolen?

YESTERDAY’S PRINCE is The Sword in the Stone with a Freaky Friday twist. Uther is a young prince who’s reluctantly thrust into having to defend his throne against his usurping uncle and all-around powerful wizard, who uses his powers to steal the one thing Uther thought he couldn’t take: his own body. After becoming the villain of the realm in . . .

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The Nemesian Tales by Hughes Yeom

For whom does your rage burn?

The Nemesian Tales is a series set in a world where creatures of hatred known as ‘Nemesis’ roam. The first act, Tale of the Wolf, revolves around a young woman named Felicia who accidentally Binds a Nemesis inside her. She ventures on a journey to undo it, but the path leads not to the answers of her questions. . . .

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Mud and Iron by Nars

A Military Fantasy Web Serial

When Colum Mason left his home and joined the army, he expected danger, excitement, and a chance to see the world beyond his little town. What he didn’t expect, what no one expected, was to be forced to face an enemy from out of legend, an enemy with powers beyond imagining, an enemy that posed a threat not just to . . .

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Andraste by Albert Ruckholdt

When the life of the young Archduke of the land of Caldera, is saved in battle by a girl wielding a tremendous power newly gifted upon her, the encounter triggers a sequence of events that will irrevocably change the lives of the people around them, and forever reshape the balance of power across the lands of the Northern Continent, on . . .

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THE LIAR'S LAW

A modern town in a magic world

By Fiona Gregory, editor

Mar 9, 2013: What would happen, if your hometown was magically transported to another world? The citizens of Dunsmith, British Columbia get to find that out for themselves in this novel, a sequel to "Children of the Halo". The Dunsmith transplants have successfully defended themselves against an aggressor and formed alliances, but now "The Empire Strikes Back"!

Multiple plotlines immediately branch out from the point of view of different characters, some from Dunsmith and some native to this new realm. With each character, [more . . .]

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FOOLED

Disney on text

By Sten Düring, author of Frays in the Weave

May 25, 2015: Reading Fooled is a little like reading a Disney animation. There is a wry humour that is pleasant to read. The English used is good with very few errors.

And there are pictures. Absolutely adorable Disney cartoons. Those alone earned the story half a star.

Fooled is also heavy on exposition, and not always in a good way. While one chunk of description is almost never tiring in itself, chaining them together [more . . .]

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