White Mage

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Bianca always knew that the power contained in the Six Books of Magic would put the Empire of Romitu into conflict with the Gods themselves. She's dedicated her life to a giant magical construct called The Ævatar. There's much to learn to avoid going insane or losing her Soul, and the Gods grow bolder every day. Can she unify her kingdom's resolve before the Gods can agree to take action? More
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About Jolie Jaquinta

I first started writing in the same APA that Charles Stross and Jo Walton were part of. Unfortunately for my writing, I got a job and developed a career. This did not deter me, but it did sap the time I had for the endless self-promotion and courting of publishers that is necessary to be printed these days. I have awaited for the new day dawning, where we can throw off the shackles of the requirements for print publication, and let our thoughts flow as free as electrons in a new digital world. All the works I've breathed life into over the years now have soil to spring forth from!

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About the Series: The Six Books of Magic
The World of Exiles is a land to which have slunk creatures banished from the stars. Deep holes in the earth have been their retreat to lick their wounds and hone their spite. Some brought their creations with them who, over a hundred thousand years, have populated the nooks and crannies of the Underground. A scant ten thousand years ago the most recent exiles arrived, The Grey Elfs, accompanied by the enigmatic Dragons. They didn't hide in caves. They brought life across the surface and populated it as part of some great, intricate experiment.

It's been eight thousand years since then. Empires, dynasties, wars and great works of their creations have risen and fallen and forgotten their creators until the Second Empire of Romitu. Not only do they discover their origin, but the power of the gods in the Six Books of Magic. And the fact that those who made them think the experiment is doomed to self destruct in a scant two thousand years. The Empire faces political, religious and ethical dilemmas that threaten to tear it apart. Having this mighty magic at their disposal only raises the stakes. Can they find a solution to their problems that even their masters cannot see?

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Clinton A. Seeber reviewed on Sep. 11, 2019

What I read of this story wasn't really bad - but I had to stop reading at about the halfway mark. It was obvious to me that this author's mindset just doesn't do it for me. I just can't carry on reading her writing.
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