Young Warlock

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Compelled by his lust for the flame the young warlock is driven on a trail of destruction. Running from those he once trusted, he befriends a tattlejack, Icthus, whose gift of extracting the truth could become his greatest strength. Now all he needs to do is defeat his lust and prove his worth to all those who doubt him, including the young girl who is carrying his child. Only the old priest believes the boy, Dekor, to be something more than just another warlock.

The dogs of war are gathering. The undead seek allies among the enemy horde in the north in their bid to rout the mages, break the control of the Council of Twelve and take the land for themselves. Together the goblins and the undead set out to scourge the lands of Alzear of all who stand in their way.

The pieces of the prophecy are slowly cohering. The gods have chosen their warriors and the people have chosen their gods. War is coming, a war whose like we have never seen. The fate of an entire people may rest in the hands of a headstrong young man and his unborn child.

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Mathew Bridle
6th May 2014
World Literary Cafe

Written on January 31st, 2012

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    Wil Mullins commented

    Tad bit confused. Picked up The End of Mor back in March of 2012 from Amazon and really enjoyed it. Since then two other books with similar descriptions but different names have been released. I am trying to determine if either of these two new books are a continuation of the story or a rewrite of the the story. If they are a rewrite what is the timeline for a second book?

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    November 18, 2013 at 8:39 pm
      admin commented

      Hello Wil,

      I hope this answers your question: Originally I wrote, Emun of Mor which was published by a small indie press. After receiving some varied feedback I decided to rewrite the story focusing on the story of Dekor, which resulted in The End of Mor. Still not happy with the way it turned out added more detail to the story filling in some of the blanks and laying the course for the future of the saga. I then hired a professional editor to iron out the creases until I finally arrived at Young Warlock.

      There are many differences between The End of Mor and Young Warlock, if you want a copy, tell me which format and I will email one to you.

      Thanks for taking the time to contact me.

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      November 30, 2013 at 10:42 am
    Michael Partland commented

    Just finished reading Emun of Mur . A great read, the story holds something for everyone … truly enjoyable.

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    August 11, 2013 at 6:59 pm
      admin commented

      Many thanks for the feedback.

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      August 12, 2013 at 9:25 am
    D.M. Andrews commented

    Nice site (and background!). Thank you for your submission to http://britishindiefiction.blogspot.co.uk – you are now listed!

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    March 17, 2012 at 11:53 pm
    James Garcia Jr commented

    I like it. Well done! Very professional. It’s doesn’t appear to be my genre, necessarily; however, I would definitely reach for the book on a shelf and look a little further.
    Much success!

    -Jimmy

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    February 4, 2012 at 3:47 am

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