A semi-finalist for the 2012 Best Indie Book of the Year award at thekindlebookreview.net Warning: This is not your typical talking animal fantasy.
A world of magic in it's infancy....
There is a time when history begins; a time when those who live feel the need to write their story, for those who come after them to read. When recollection of events of importance cannot be left to one's offspring alone, but must be shared with all.
Then there is a time where history transcends into legend; when strongly held beliefs are tried by fire, and traditions are questioned. There are beginnings that truly are beginnings and those that were only thought to be.
This is that world; this is truly their beginning. What they thought was knowledge, was only a foundation. They will delve into a depth they have never known, discover things they never thought imaginable, and struggle to uphold the truth rather than be consumed by it. With magic in its infancy, and a world in turmoil, an endless chain of possibilities lie dormant. Rousing them has the potential for paragon or chaos, and only time will tell.
Just as Leonardo da Vinci has mapped out the human body, and the world has begun to discover the mysteries within, so it is on Archana. With the rudimentary structure in place, they now have what it takes to discover what magic can do; both the mundane and the divine. Lore begins in these days, and mythology will forever echo their names.
The Well of Strand (Osric's Wand, Book Three) is now available!
Early Praise for The Wand-Maker's Debate:
"This was a wonderful mix of magic, adventure and mystery with some good
laughs." -- S.J. Wist author of the Dragon Aster trilogy
"Awesome... epically awesome... It pulled at me and had me fighting the sleep I normally treasure..." Marie Borthwick
"Truly Epic! What a nice surprise... This is how epic tales begin..." K. Kendall
"I'd definitely recommend Osric's Wand; it's unconventional magic system and colorful cast is sure to entertain any reader."
If you liked the Chronicles of Narnia, Brandon Sanderson or Terry Pratchet, let The Wand-Maker's Debate cast a spell on you today!
About Jack D. Albrecht Jr.
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Published August 28, 2011
by Jack D. Albrecht Jr. and Ashley Delay.
Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction, Children's Books, Action & Adventure.