March 24, 2017, 10:12:49 AM

Author Topic: The Mundane Collective: Andean Fantasy--Review Copy for Fantasy Faction Readers  (Read 622 times)

Offline TB Löklund

I've been a long-time reader of Fantasy Faction (although only a lurker on these forums) and I wanted to offer a free review copy of my new book, The Mundane Collective, to any reader on this website. It the first book in a series called Magic and Revolution, which takes place in a world in which something akin to the Inka Empire conquered the world via dominance of the magical arts.

Just message me or send me an email to get the review copy. This offer is only good until the end of the month. Here's the description from Amazon:

The Mundane Collective is a fast-paced fantasy novel set in Tantisuyu, where the Imperial Magocracy is facing a protest movement of mundanes against the tyranny of the magical, and a young mage who has been raised as a normal boy struggles to overcome the conflict between his magical destiny and his love for his family and friends.

Can a mage find a place in this world without becoming a brutal oppressor? How will his friends react if they learn his secret? And isn’t there something messed up about a world where shooting fire from your fingers is easier than talking to girls?


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