At the End of the World: A Fantasy Novel

· Modern Folklore Press

About this ebook

"At the End of the World promises magic on every page. Fellows's obvious talents are his world-building and his prose." - Shai Palmer, Reedsy Discovery

"The interconnection between the world building and the characters is beautifully crafted." - Lorraine Bondie, the Book & Nature Professor Review

The End of the World is a wayward city, unbound by time and place.

All Stina wants is to escape a terrible date and get her VW out of the mud. João just wants to return to his regiment fighting for the King of Portugal. Croydon wants to find his way home to his parents.

But everyone caught in the unbound city, must decide to either stay with the strange magic or leave for an ever-changing and unknown outside world.

Many arrivals accept the city's magic, others desire it for their own gain. One seeks to destroy it. But disrupting the city may trigger its destruction and the unmaking of the world.

When you fall hopelessly lost among the missing, you must find yourself again through the kindness of strangers. Stay within the strange or leave for the unknown? Which do you choose?

At the End of the World is the first book in the Unbound Worlds duology.

About the author

Kevin J. Fellows is a poet and writer of fantasy and speculative fiction. He's a member of the Science Fiction & Fantasy Poetry Association. At the End of the World, is his debut novel. He lives in the desert southwest, has lived in upstate New York, but was born in the wilds of New Hampshire. He fumbles with his guitar, runs, and bikes, all less than he should. For more about his upcoming books and poetry, visit his website

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