We Never Outgrow the Need to Escape

Carey Scheppner’s new fantasy fiction thrills with plot twists and unforgettable heroes

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I wanted to entertain readers with a story that allowed them escape the drudgery of their ordinary lives. I wanted them to feel like they were part of a group of individuals fighting to save their world.

(PRWEB) October 28, 2013

First-generation Canadian novelist Carey Scheppner is an advocate for spending time in the countryside, away from civilization. Why? His imagination can roam free; it’s his “escape.”

Finding an abundance of predictable fantasy novels in the market, Scheppner pens new thrilling fiction, “Kazin’s Quest: Book I of the Dragon Mage Trilogy.” His main goal? That readers will be able to use his book to escape.

“I wanted to entertain readers with a story that allowed them escape the drudgery of their ordinary lives,” Scheppner says. “I wanted them to feel like they were part of a group of individuals fighting to save their world.”

The first book of a trilogy, “Kazin’s Quest” weaves magic, dragons and other creatures, surprising plot twists and a group of unforgettable heroes.

In a world where magic is common, a young mage acquires a group of unusual companions on his quest to discovering the truth about an ancient prophecy. As events unfold, they must risk their lives to overcome numerous obstacles, each contributing their individual abilities and cunning.

Scheppner stretches the imagination and provides an escape to a new exciting world with his new book, leaving readers wanting more.

“Kazin’s Quest: Book I of the Dragon Mage Trilogy”
By Carey Scheppner
Hardcover, $36.99
Paperback, $29.95
e-Book, $3.99
ISBN: 978-1-48174-101-9
Available at dragonmagetrilogy.com, amazon.com, barnesandnoble.com and bookstore.authorhouse.com

About the author
Carey Scheppner is a first generation Canadian who grew up in a remote Ontario community. He graduated with a degree in electronics engineering technician and went on to become a board director at a credit union and the treasurer of a church. After reading a number of predictable fantasy novels, he decided to embark on writing his own. Scheppner enjoys the country lifestyle and enjoys fishing and hunting. He current resides in Kakabeka Falls, Ontario.


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  • Andrea Hawman
    Bohlsen Group
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