Book: Steel, Magick and Faith (Book 1 of The Remus Rothwyn Chronicles) by T.P. Grishcategories: Book, Magick, Epic, Mythology, Low Fantasy, Dark Fantasy
T.P. Grishabout this book: Steel, Magick and Faith is my ebook debut, one that has been a long time in the making. It is a dark fantasy epic based in a world where mythology and Fey creatures exist, and humans must adapt to their existence. Religious and technocratic cults spread across the world, offering hope to the masses in exchange for loyalty and coin.
The book aims to be a realistic fantasy novel with magick and other fantasy elements, but with a realistic approach to how characters respond to each other and to the environment.
A brewing war between dwarves and the humans of High Peaks spurs the outcasts Remus and Elaina to prevent a conflict that could ravage an entire region. They must confront a world of few blacks or whites, but many greys.
Fans of fantasy, particularly realistic, dark fantasy will hopefully enjoy the book, and the sequels. Themes include the nature of faith, the ramifications of individual power, and what it means to be different or unique.
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