Maps for The Morcyth Saga

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Here are 4 maps that go with The Morcyth Saga and Travail of The Dark Mage. They are works in progress, with only places visited by James and his friends being shown.
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About Brian S. Pratt

Born in Modesto, California, Brian graduated high school in 1985 and went into the Air Force where he trained as an Avionic Specialist on the F-117A Stealth Fighter.
When his tour of duty ended, he tried his hand as a Pizza Hut delivery driver where he quickly rose to become General Manager of a delivery unit in Edmonds, WA and continued as such for several years.
Then after a short stint driving a taxi, he spent two years teaching teenagers how to drive. (Not as stressful as one would imagine.) He now writes full time in Washington, USA.
His published works include:
The Morcyth Saga (7 Books)
Travail of The Dark Mage (2 Books)
Improbable Adventures of Scar and Potbelly (series)
The Broken Key Trilogy (3 Books)
Dungeon Crawler Adventures (2 Books)
The Adventurer's Guild (2 Books)
Ring of the Or'tux (Stand Alone)

Box Sets:
Worlds of Fantasy
-Includes the complete first book in three of Brian S. Pratt's most popular series: "The Morcyth Saga" - "The Broken Key Trilogy" - "The Adventurer's Guild." Over 850 pages of epic fantasy entertainment.

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Reviews of Maps for The Morcyth Saga by Brian S. Pratt

Jeremy Drewett, Jr reviewed on July 11, 2013

(review of free book)
Scott Daniels reviewed on May 28, 2011

I love that i can finally see the world realized. i was kinda confused when james and Jiron were travelling through the empire together and now it finally makes sense.
(review of free book)
Joseph L. Garrido reviewed on April 1, 2011

Using the Kindle app on my iPad worked great. I was able to zoom in etc. It works for me. I like the map, it is simple and straight foreword. Nice. Any particular reason why you used that particular viewpoint for the story? Are all your books written that way? If not, which books are not. I would like to check it out. Thanks!
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Gerald Dawson reviewed on March 20, 2011

Just an FYI. I opened this up, curious in nature as I am. I found it easily accomplished in HTML and PDF in that I could easily zoom in to make the text readable. I found it more difficult with the Epub and Kindle since I could not read the small letter and had little way of zooming in to do so. Just thought I'd pass along my comments. Thanks for letting me know what is possible.
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