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For as long as Enrandl can remember, everything he desired has come effortlessly to him. In his studies of the magical arts, he has always had a natural ability to channel magical energy. And when his mentor tries to change Enrandl’s views instead of teaching him more magics of the realms, killing him is easy, too.

But when he discovers an obscure notation in his former master’s library, he encounters trouble and complication for the first time. The mysterious book, which could make him invincible, soon becomes an obsession; he will do anything to possess it, but it always seems to elude his grasp. 

Enrandl’s determination meets opposition at every juncture from those who strive to keep the power of the treatise away from him. But they cannot keep it from him indefinitely, and once he has the book’s power, the destruction he can inflict will be limited only by his imagination.

©2019 Sheldon Saurs (P)2021 Sheldon Saurs

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  • 29-04-2021

DnD, is that you?!

So, I went into this book prepared for anything. Sheldon used to DM a game I was part of and the story was always really entertaining and had unexpected twists or surprises. This book is EXACTLY like that. It felt like reading a game of DnD but from the characters' perspective. Enrandle's speech pattern threw me off guard at first but it totally works for him. I can't wait for the next one!

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