he Torcian Chronicles

he Torcian Chronicles

Mesham sits dejectedly in a tiny garret above an inn, as the lands of Torcia fall to the magically-enhanced army of the infamous Mivirian Horde. One of the last surviving ancient warlocks of Torcia, Mesham knows he is marked for death.

The Torcian king knocks on Mesham’s door later that evening and offers him the chance of rejuvenation in return for a seemingly impossible mission into the heart of Mivir. Mesham reluctantly agrees, only to realise the evil of Mivir has spread to the very top of the Torcian government.

As Mesham undertakes his quest to complete the mission, he finds himself hunted by his king, by the mighty Torcian warbands, and by the Horde.

But he cannot fail, for the fate of Mesham’s beloved Torcia rests in his hands.

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Author Bio –

P.J. Reed – Writer of warlocks and other magical creatures.

P.J. Reed is a writer and poet from England. She holds a BAEd from Canterbury Christ Church University and an MA from Bradford University. She has been widely published in anthologies and collections.

P.J. Reed currently lives in Devon, with a handful of teenagers, one feral cat and a dog called Fizz.

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My Review

Fantasy is one of my favourite genres and it’s hard to find good piece of fantasy work that is anything new or fresh in that genre.

This book had a great atmosphere that I found was great and that kept me wanting more.

The generation of the world was good as it fulfilled what I always look for. A magic system that isn’t like the majority of others and a strong kingdom and rulers.

The characters themselves were solid creations that help to build the world up. The names are interesting and are not carbon copies of others I have seen before.

Mesham is a character I would have liked to see more from as that character resonated a lot in the book and I think much he has much more to say.

The author writes with such passion for the creation that you just have to delve right in to see just what she has written. Wonder job

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