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At the End of the World: A Novel

At the End of the World: A Novel

by Kevin J. Fellows

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"At the End of the World promises magic on every page. Fellows's obvious talents are his world-building and his prose." - Shai Palmer, Reedsy Discovery

"The interconnection between the world building and the characters is beautifully crafted." - Lorraine Bondie, the Book & Nature Professor Review

Stina is lost. All she wanted was to escape a terrible date. João wanted to return to his regiment fighting for the King of Portugal, and young Croydon wanted to find his parents. But everyone at The End of the World is lost in the wayward city out of time and place. Each must choose to either stay in the city of strange magic or leave to find a new home in an unknown time and place.

Many arrivals accept the city's strange magic, others desire to understand it and use it for their own gain. One seeks to destroy it. Disrupting the city built upon an oasis may trigger the unmaking of the city and the world it roams.

João said, more to himself than the king, "Perhaps we really have died, and this is the realm of sleeping kings."

A rich debut. A tale of finding ourselves in unfamiliar places and situations, and the choices we face. Do we find solace in what familiarity remains, risk everything hoping to regain what we lost, or embrace the strange and the unknown?

At the End of the World is the first book in the Unbound Worlds duology.

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BN ID: 2940162542711
Publisher: Modern Folklore Press
Publication date: 10/21/2020
Series: Unbound Worlds , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 996 KB

About the Author

Kevin J. Fellows is a poet and author of fantasy and speculative fiction. He lives in the desert southwest, but was born in the wilds of New Hampshire. He's also lived in New York and Boston. He runs, bikes, and plays guitar, all less often than he should.

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