Massachusetts (PRWEB) January 11, 2013
Author Nick Alex returns to the world of high fantasy fiction with the second book in “The Dream War” series, “The Dream War: The Curse of the Magi”. This exhilarating follow-up to “The Dream War: The Royal Seal” is a spellbinding mix of richly drawn characters, mesmerizing landscapes and a story that will rivet readers from beginning to end.
At the center of this epic tale of might and magic is Sigurd, a young man believed to be a descendant of the legendary hero, Moris. Sigurd embarks on an odyssey to save the land of Telurdia from Emperor Kandarin, the continent's tyrannical dictator. He is accompanied by a band of skilled warriors: his best friend Euwart; the mysterious swordsman Lloyd; the religious Tristan and the guard captain Adrian. The heroes’ quest takes an even more dangerous turn when a storm ravages Sigurd’s ship, leaving the men stranded on a strange continent where the constantly changing weather is as dangerous as the harsh terrain.
To escape the perilous land and complete their mission, Sigurd and his companions must first battle formidable foes including an ancient beast from the time of the Great War and a treacherous practitioner of the Forbidden Arts. Tested at every turn, will the heroes survive with their honor, strength and sanity intact? Will they survive at all?
Relentless paced and intricately plotted like the first tale, “The Dream War: The Curse of the Magi” will take readers on an adventure deep into magnificent realms that can only exist in the most exquisite fantasy fiction.
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About the Author
Nick Alex is a college student living in Massachusetts studying business management and marketing. Along with writing, he is an avid Boston sports fan and supporter of his university’s teams.
The Dream War * by Nick Alex
Book Two The Curse of the Magi
Publication Date: 10/12/2012
Trade Paperback; $15.99; # pages; 978-1-4797-2427-7
Trade Hardback; $22.99; # pages; 978-1-4797-2428-4
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