Cathexis: Desecrator's Sword

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Desecrator's Sword is the fourth and final novel in the epic fantasy series: Cathexis. Follow the adventures of the Ardellen family in a world of magic and adventure. A war between the necromancers and the sorcerers will culminate in a titanic siege and battle. The heroes of this fantasy tale of good and evil will finally meet in a battle arcane, and face destruction by the Desecrator's Sword. More

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About Philip Blood

Philip Blood is a published author, computer artist, game producer and game designer currently living in the Los Angeles suburbs. He is an avid scuba diver, a voracious reader of sci-fi and fantasy, a tabletop gamer from way back and a computer game junkie with MMOs being the top of his list.

Mr. Blood is currently working on a new fantasy series, called The Archimage Wars. Book 1: the Wizard of Abal, Book 2: Sorceress of Atlantis, and Book 3: Demon of Annwn are already available to read and book 4 in the series is already finished, and currently in the hands of an Editor. Each of the books in The Archimage Wars series will be released three months apart, (hopefully) all the way to the end, so no long waits for the next novel! Seeress of Yaochi is coming out on February 1st (for example). I addition, he is also working on another new Fantasy series based off of an MMORPG he designed, called Citadel of Sorcery. The novels in this series will tell the backstory of the world, and let the reader continue the story of the novels by starting the game. Look for Book 1: Fool's Star, in the Citadel of Sorcery series, soon.

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Review by: John Phillips on Oct. 31, 2013 :
A very satisfying conclusion to a wonderful series. This epic story gets tied up in a nice gift box, and it is everything you wanted. This series was one of the best reads I have had in some time. Read it, you will find a great romp through a great fantasy world. If I was going to complain it would be to say I'm sorry its over.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

Review by: Michael Curreri on Sep. 19, 2011 :
A satisfying grand finale to end a series marked by humor, intrigue and treachery, struggle and growth. If you like fantasy, but with a fresh twist on magic systems, this should rivet your attention.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

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