The Realmsic Conquest: The Hero of Legend

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From its establishment, the Realm has remained the only magical kingdom in existence. As a result, it has never known peace. King Maebus, the Realm’s newest King has only ruled for six days, and he must now lead his people through their most perilous conflict ever. More
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About Demethius Jackson

Demethius Jackson is an author living in Dallas, TX. He writes magical fiction that inspires. Or, as he often calls it, "Self-Help Fantasy.” As his characters learn from their experiences, readers can also identify with them, see how they overcome obstacles, and hopefully find motivation to face their own life challenges.

His two-part book series entitled, The Realmsic Conquest, chronicles the struggles of the world's only magical kingdom. Since its establishment, the kingdom has been ravaged by endless warfare, and must undergo a transformative quest to find peace.

Jackson is an alumnus of American University’s School of Communications in Washington, D.C, and is a native Washingtonian. Throughout his career, he held positions at global media and cinema companies.

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Review by: A. Renee Hunt on Oct. 17, 2014 :
This story is an amazing adventure story! The characters were realistic and the story was epic. I easily see this as a movie for tv or the big screen! LOVED IT!
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Review by: HL Miller on Sep. 12, 2014 :
This book provided me with a nice escape from reality for the weekend. I downloaded it for my 11 year old to read, but thought I should read a chapter or two to see if it was appropriate. I ended up reading the entire novel. Good characters in a very interesting fantasy world. I especially enjoyed the use of the phrase, "brother from another mother" in the novel. It instantly connected me to the characters, I understood their relationship and wondered if it hinted of a connection between the fantasy world and our world. I would recommend it for anyone's kid or their parents.
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