The Evolving Life - The Reclamation Story 3

The Reclamation Epic Continues: The threat from the Far Realm is growing. The two Lords of the Arcana, Yamato Ozakai and Darai Bkar, are drawn into the mounting battle, continuing their thousand year protectorate of Earth's magical twin.

In "The Evolving Life", survivors from the ill-fated band of students and Scholars sent out from Dhan to build a new Wall find themselves battling strange magic. More

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Published by Each Voice Publishing
Words: 12,160
Language: English
ISBN: 9780985011178
About Matthew Remion

Although emerging author Matthew Remion has been writing poetry since he was a child, The Reclamation is his first commercially available fiction.

At twenty-one, Matthew is still figuring out what he wants to do with his life. Coincidentally, the slow economy and dismal job market these days make figuring that out somewhat less urgent. Two years into college with an unfulfilling major in computer science, he took a year off to backpack across Europe, work at a thrift store, and rediscover writing. His science fiction and fantasy works contain elements of what interests him the most, philosophy and physics.

Matthew plans to return to college in the coming year, but committing to a major may take a while longer. In the meantime, he also enjoys reading, discovering new music, cooking, collecting eclectic art that comes through the thrift store, playing the occasional RPG, and hanging out with friends. He is actively involved in animal rescue and has fostered several cats and dogs in the past few years. He adopted Wyatt, an exceptionally smart and spunky white shepherd actually capable of coherent speech.

Matthew is intrigued by the series approach we are taking with The Reclamation project because of the opportunity it offers to engage you, the reader, as part of the writing process.

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