Aimie, a naïve but feisty dreamer struggling to escape the toil of her parents’ tavern, convinces Connell, an honorable Greymark Knight, to escort her on a long journey. Danger confronts them at every turn, from brutal thieves, a ghostly wight, and vicious, blood-thirsty assassins, to irrefutable proof that Mythikal creatures and old magik are real. These are only minor problems compared to what’s brewing back at Greymark, where an army of stone-skinned trolls have enslaved Connell’s people in preparation for a full-scale invasion. Their end game? Human domination—or utter destruction.
Mythikal Magik is a sprawling, epic tale full of everything fantasy lovers enjoy most: magik and mayhem, swords and sorcery, heroes and villains, exotic creatures, and a touch of romance.
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About the Author
Wayne discovered his love for writing at ten years old when he wrote a story where the flowers from his bed sheets came to life. With a voracious appetite for science-fiction and fantasy, it was only natural he turned his pen toward these genres, creating bold new worlds filled with exciting, interesting characters doing incredible things.
In addition to reading and writing science fiction and fantasy, Wayne enjoys spending time with his family, walking, helping other aspiring authors, and volunteering in his community. His latest favorite TV show is "Once Upon a Time", and if you play just about any of the Marvel Universe movies, there's a good chance he'll stop what he's doing to watch.
A Brooklyn native, Wayne currently lives in Northeastern Pennsylvania with his family and cats, realizing his dreams one story at a time. He'd love to hear from you at WayneMeyers.com, where you can find his social media links and sign up for his mailing list.
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