Ezreth, a mage who’s far away from home, stands out like a sore thumb in the populous city of Kale and on his journey, he pairs with a stressed out retail associate that’s itching to learn about him and the magic he does. Follow to see how the magical event he causes drastically affects the lives of a few other citizens and everything around them within a 2 day span.
Afflicted with an ailment of unknown origin which temporarily forces her to behave how a child would, Ms. Vulpine, a mysterious member of a wealthy family with a past of chronicling becomes fixated on Ezreth, wanting to find out who he is and where he’s from.
Chip, a disturbed highschooler in his final year, wanders through life wearing headphones, ignoring what everyone says. When he is finally given the spotlight he never asked for, he’s forced to choose a path to walk at the forked intersection. Use his newfound power for good or evil. But after he ignores the previous sentence, the author punishes him by putting him in the worst situations imaginable. He must learn to deal with being a main character and the responsibility that comes with it.
See how these three stories weave in and out of each other seamlessly in this unforgiving and brutal world.
Magoch is a dialogue-heavy urban fantasy that offers a true taste of how teenagers behave at the age through realistic dialogue. It’s also filled with comedic moments and some subtle Meta humor, making fun of certain aspects of the genre.
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I'm just your ordinary man-child that watches anime trash all day. I got bored of the lifestyle one day and decided to stop being an "idea guy" and do something with the 7 years worth of notes I was hoarding. Now I’m fully devoted to writing and my life couldn't be worse. I love it.
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