The Necromancer's Apprentice (Necromantia, #1)

The Necromancer's Apprentice (Necromantia, #1)

by Matthew Buza
The Necromancer's Apprentice (Necromantia, #1)

The Necromancer's Apprentice (Necromantia, #1)

by Matthew Buza



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The first three novellas in the Occult Urban Fantasy Series Necromantia! The best and only place to start!

Who do you serve when Heaven and Hell want you dead?

Buried beneath the Seattle rains festers a world of occult magick, religious devotion, and the hell that erupts when those two worlds collide.

They are Necromancers.

Religious men who bare the cross for a church using them as fodder. They serve a jealous God that founded their ways. Follow Angels that waste their cheap lives.

They dare to step out from the shadows, exorcise your demons, purge your greed, and ultimately scrape away a small profit from the sour tears of dying souls.

For what? A plan. HIS plan.

Necromantia is an Urban Fantasy, with the spine of a Thriller, and the soul of a Horror novel.

Buy Necromantia and it will consume you to the very last page.

What readers are saying:

★★★★★ 'Excellent read, very evocative author.'
★★★★★ 'The situation is wonderfully unique and the characters are flawed, difficult and you can't help but feel deeply for them.'
★★★★★ 'The heroes of this setting are really unlike any others.'

The Necromantia series follows a TV-like episodic approach to storytelling. Each story is short and can be read in a long afternoon. The serials follow the characters as they explore the weird and fantastic world of the Occult. Part Urban Fantasy, part Horror, and sure to please fans of the movie Constantine, the comic series Hellblazer, and the TV show Supernatural. I'm sure you will find a happy home in the Necromantia series. Happy reading!

Product Details

BN ID: 2940165579691
Publisher: Matthew Buza
Publication date: 09/18/2021
Series: Necromantia
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: eBook
File size: 654 KB
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