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Arcane Advent: The Mage, The Girl, and The Ruined City
     

Arcane Advent: The Mage, The Girl, and The Ruined City

2.8 6
by R Kain
 

The curtain of tragedy descended upon the unsuspecting people under the light of the crimson moon. The elements raged, vicious beasts painting the asphalt and concrete scarlet with the blood of the innocent and the guilty, the young and the old alike. Their lives were sacrificed, offered up to stir the sleeping demon into awakening. In the end only two remained to

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The curtain of tragedy descended upon the unsuspecting people under the light of the crimson moon. The elements raged, vicious beasts painting the asphalt and concrete scarlet with the blood of the innocent and the guilty, the young and the old alike. Their lives were sacrificed, offered up to stir the sleeping demon into awakening. In the end only two remained to tell the tale of the ruined city, a story of survival against all odds where magick and mages did battle for the sake of power.

Awakening at the center of the cataclysm, the runic mage wielding mystic arts took it upon himself to carry the wishes of the fallen on his back. He became their Avenger, seeking to end the nightmare. The girl who remained at his side, the sole remaining innocent left in the city, could only watch as he shed blood for her while flames burned the world around her.

This novella-length story is the first in the Arcane Advent series—a chronicle of contemporary urban fantasy tales between those with the power to shape the world.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940033164820
Publisher:
R Kain
Publication date:
03/28/2012
Series:
Arcane Advent , #1
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
276,611
File size:
129 KB

Meet the Author

Author:R.Kain is an author of various short stories and novellas centered on Urban Fantasy in contemporary settings. These tales tend to be dark, where good may or may not triumph over evil, but the price will be high, and sometimes the line between them is non-existent. Heroes may be just as dirty as the villains, but in the end, the only one they must answer to is themselves.Hobbies:* Reading* Writing* Playing Videos GamesFavorite Genre Book: FictionFavorite Genre Game: RPG

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Arcane Advent: The Mage, The Girl, and The Ruined City 2.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Repetitive phrases and immature/amateurish dialog ruin this story. OK for a free story but I will not pay to read from this author.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It on my own feeling was a interesting story with a twist and a powerful cliffhanger
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A bit on the shortside though.