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This is a really superb book, the type of book that you can sit comfortably in a chair in a winter's night and just totally relax with. The Author has written the story in a smooth continuous flow of writing which allows the Reader to follow the story easily without having to backtrack to previously read material to keep the theme of the story in mind. The book itself satisfies many genres and thus will appeal to a wide range of readers. The work includes love, classical background, fear, battles, friendship and so many other areas. The main characters are with the story from beginning to end with a few twists along the way which brings surprise to the reader and also draws the readers attention to a deeper understanding of the story. A classical themed story but not all romance and god's. A good read guaranteed.
Catherine Bryce, A LoveReading Ambassador
‘‘Please remember that my love for you is as real as HER hatred for all men.’’
The epic feel of Tolkien meets the dangerous beauty of Ancient Greek myth: set in a world which is a dark reflection of our own.
Artemis is the last of the Greek pantheon to have the strength still to walk this earth. But she knows that she is dying.
Edward is the most powerful grey wizard born in the last ten thousand years. However grey wizards are ruthlessly persecuted and his chances of survival are bleak.
Their love shall burn sharp enough to break apart all this world. For only by restoring the ancient gods can Edward hope to save Artemis’s life.
But in a world that is ruled by secularism that can only mean one thing. War is coming. And yet the greatest danger of all comes from within. For there is a reason that in Ancient Greece some worshippers called upon Artemis the Friendly to protect them, while others prayed only to be spared from the wrath of Artemis the Terrible…
Closing date: 30/04/2020
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Publication date: 23/07/2019
Publisher: Independently published
|Publication date:||23rd July 2019|
|Author:||Mark R Mitchell|
|Genres:||Historical Fiction, Indie Books We Love, Sci-Fi and Fantasy,|
Mark R Mitchell was born in 1985 in Chester and he now lives in Helsby, England. After studying History at Durham University, he went on to teach in pupil referral units and prisons where he specialised in working with people struggling with mental health. He is passionate about fantasy in all its forms. Since childhood he has had a love of Tolkien, fantasy novels and gamebooks, and video games. He is now also a keen wargammer and tabletop roleplayer. He loves writing fantasy fiction and he intends to keep writing it until his last breath.More About Mark R Mitchell