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Before the Luck Runs Out-preview TJ Muir
For fourteen years Jedda’s home has been in the shadows and alleys of Tatak Rhe- city of the wealthy, powerful, and corrupt. Scrounging for survival, relying on nimble fingers to stay fed. But, buried in his blood lies the gift of magic: an invisible hand guiding his life. Cold and hungry, he nicks the coin purse of one of the city’s powerful rulers. The man looks at Jedda and sees his hidden heritage. He makes a decision that will change a hungry boy’s life forever. Jedda gets drawn into Karrahk's service, and uncovers secrets from all over the city. But when his magic awakens, everything changes. He is grateful to Karrahk for saving his life. But he realizes his life is in more danger from his saviour than it was on the streets. Karrahk plays a ruthless game where power is more i
On Dangerous Ground: An Epic Journey Begins TJ Muir
Chased by bullies, 15-year-old Kirrin finds himself caught between a dangerous lord and angry gods. Kirrin dreads the walk home from the public bath-house; “public” for him has never meant “safe.” Being smaller than the other boys, quiet, makes him their ideal target–as numerous beatings attest. He prays to the gods to get him home safely, but they don't seem to be listening. To escape one such attack, he hides in a parked carriage and ends up on the ride of his life. Outside the city, in the world of powerful lords and estates, he is accused of trespassing and theft. In his fervent attempts to escape, he impresses the Lord, who takes him under his wing and teaches him to fight. Kirrin has no idea what he has gotten himself into. He is being groomed, but for what?
Poking the Bear TJ Muir
Magic is inherent for Taojhi. Not so much for her cousin Gherant. So she sets out to teach him magic the hard way. The slow way. Gherant’s quick wit and impulsive nature tend to get the better of him - especially because he likes to play with magic. But magic isn't always the best solution to things... Taojhi understands this, but Gherant will learn his lesson the hard way. When the bear pokes back.