Delver Magic Book XIV: Conflict of Purpose

· Delver Magic Book 14 · Jeff Inlo
2 reviews

About this ebook

After the tragic demise of a magic caster, Ryson Acumen questions the apparent injustices involved within the struggles of life and death. As he considers the apparent contradictions presented within past conflicts, he receives three prophetic visions from the Sword of Decree. The images contain scenes of death and destruction. There is no apparent connection within the horrors he witnesses, but he knows that all three tragedies could occur within days.

Unwilling to allow such devastation to go unchallenged, he begins a search for answers. He believes the visions are connected to certain magical enchantments placed within the blade. He enlists the aid of two powerful spell casters as he hopes to unravel the mysteries of ancient energy and to defeat the misguided magic which thrives in shadows.  

As the visions move closer to reality, Ryson realizes he must do more than prevent a tragedy. By accepting his role among forces he can never possibly comprehend, he becomes part of a larger design to save the entire land from devastation.

2 reviews
Bob Yarnell
November 19, 2019
Another brilliant piece of writing. I have enjoyed this series right from the first one I ever read. As this one neared it's end, I was really worried it was the final one - that there would be no more for Ryson to explore once he accepted his connection to the sword went back beyond his birth. I know that eventually there WILL be a final book - that will happen for any one of several reasons, but it WILL happen. I just really hope it doesn't for a long, long time yet. Mr INLO, thank you for so much joy.
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