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The Rise Of Majick

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Tarver longs for the technology and security from Before, from our world. In order to restore all he has lost, he agrees to retrieve the first dragon egg of the new Age and return it to Sylth, the Tar Dragon.
Unfortunately, the elves living in Central Park plan to use the egg to conquer this new land of a destroyed cities and dead technologies. Their old spells are failing
Published November 18th 2011 by The Fiction Hole
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Nov 19, 2011 Jay Taylor rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
I am biased on this one. I wrote it and I love it. For less than a cup of coffee you can read it too. I will gladly answer questions, discuss and absorb opinions. Find it on Amazon, BN and Smashwords. Print version soon to be released.The Rise Of Majick
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This is a fast paced adventure story based in a land full of magical beings, trolls demons, dragons and more. The story of destiny and bringing balance back to a conflicted world is not a unique idea and I have read a number of fantasy books with similar story lines where our hero’s journey is spent fighting a number of different evils to stand up for what they believe is right. Yes some of the creatures were new to me, as were most of the names and the spelling of ‘magic’…. same theme not so va ...more
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Books 2 Read: Jay Taylor 15 9 Feb 26, 2012 12:20PM  
Jay Taylor grew up in rural Southern Illinois. He was encouraged to be creative by his mother, Sherry, who had her own art studio and taught various art classes. His father, Donald, taught him the value of hard work and independence by being an example as a business owner and a coal miner.
Throughout his childhood and into his adult life he has created stories, worlds and characters that others enj
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