Archmagister: An Epic Contemporary Fantasy Adventure

· Histories of Drakmoor Book 3 · Knightsfall Press
8 reviews

About this ebook

Think your job is bad?

The Archmagister of Tel wields complete and total authority over the Society of the Arcane and the Kingdom of Tel. Tel is fractured. The Royal Line and its sycophants abused the people for over six hundred years. Brutal taxes for the common folk. Uneven (or outright nonexistent) justice. Nobility trained across generations to be harsh and unforgiving.

The Society of the Arcane is filled with elitists who have spent generations carving out their fiefdoms, sniping their opponents, and dominating their 'lessors.'

Oh...and let's not forget all the other countries. The ones clamoring for war over King Leuwyn's treatment of non-humans.

As the newest Archmagister, it's Gavin's job to fix all this.

Will Tel be overrun in a multi-front war? Will Gavin survive his new office?

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Ratings and reviews

8 reviews
kit meer
January 29, 2023
This story (and the writing) get better with each book. Very enjoyable, worth the read. 9 out of 10. I recommend this series.
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About the author

Robert M. Kerns (or Rob if you ever meet him in person) is a geek, and he claims that label proudly. Most of his geekiness revolves around Information Technology (IT), having over fifteen years in the industry; within IT, he especially prefers Servers and Networks, and he often makes the claim that his residence has a better data infrastructure than some businesses.

Beyond IT, Rob enjoys Science Fiction and Fantasy of (almost) all stripes. He is a voracious reader, with his favorite books too numerous to list.

Rob has been writing for over 20 years, published his first novel in 2018, and has no plans to stop any time soon.

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