The Last Bread Mage

· M. Kirin

About this ebook

"We meet again, at the beginning of the end."

Fel is the sole survivor of his people, the heir to the magical study of reality, and his death would mean the end of the Red Mage legacy. He cannot allow this to happen. That is why he is racing towards the center of the world—to the structure as ancient as time and powerful enough to survive the death of the universe.

The Pinnacle.

It is said that God resides in that mountain of hardened soil, but Fel isn't so sure. After all, why would God make a world designed to suffer such a horrible apocalypse? What purpose could all this suffering possibly serve? And, why does this journey seem strangely familiar?

This isn't the first time the world has ended, but Fel doesn't know that.

Not yet.

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THE LAST BREAD MAGE is a 492-page novel about a world caught in a cycle of life and death, glory and ruin, perpetually spiraling into Absolute Chaos.

About the author

M. KIRIN (they/them) is a queer author and artist.

Raised by two completely different countries, M. Kirin’s writing has its roots in the grounded personal conflict of the American novel as well as the magical realism of Mexican fiction. The works of M. Kirin are often about the clash between the fantastical and the mundane.

From their humble beginnings as an independent author, M. Kirin has been posting writing advice and inspiration on the internet. Their articles, blog posts, and videos have reached tens of thousands of aspiring authors and amassed millions of views.

M. Kirin currently resides in the San Francisco Bay Area with their wife Kitty, gray cat Ianto, and the chinchilla twins Popola & Devola.

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