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Dirge by Shaeor

"They know not with what they meddle."

All things are. We once dreamed of a sky filled with possibilities. Of neverending knowledge. But those were conceited times, filled with quibbling. Now we look up and fear the vastness. We fear the horror of our inadequacy. That there’s nothing beyond the edge of infinity. That there is no edge. Humanity pulled itself together. Not like you’d . . .

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Dreigiau by Aywren Sojourner

AsaHi sets out to disprove the existence of the legendary Dragon Patron, Zemi Dreigiau. However, Zemi is more real than she ever imagined. When AsaHi unknowingly opens a gateway to the Arweinydd realms, she becomes tangled in a battle between the ancient forces that threaten even the Dreigiau. The secrets hidden within AsaHi can help the Dragon Patron, but . . .

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Graves by L. E. Erickson

Using the power of the dead to protect the freedom of the living.

Legally, Daria should turn herself in to Ardica City’s LM4 Processing Agency, which is tasked with ensuring that those with the ability to tap into the energy left behind by the ghosts of the dead will use their abilities only for the good of the people. But despite heavy-handed government measures, the threat of war beyond Ardica’s walls, the manipulations . . .

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Wish Fulfilment by Gregory Taylor

Two investigators, one problem...uncountable wishes.

The Epsilon Project has determined that an evil object is granting wishes – on a fantasy world. Two people who function well without technology are sent to investigate. Can they get along with each other? Will they find the object, and is it really evil? Also, seriously, who runs this Project?? . . .

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DIRGE

Adventures in the Existential

By Mariner, member

Oct 18, 2017: Disclosure: I’m good friends with the author. That said, I like to think I’m more honest because of it, rather than less.

Dirge is best viewed as a philosophical allegory set in a dark but fantastic world of magic, technology, and existential horror, told through the eyes of a clever and questioning protagonist alongside a strange and appealing side-cast, all of whom have a part to play in the grand scheme of things.

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