Sage: Tales from a Magical Kingdom
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Sage: Tales from a Magical Kingdom

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Sword and Sorcery meets Agatha Christie: Three novellas introduce the Kingdom of Sage and those who protect its boundaries.

Toil, Trouble and Rot: Sage is under attack from a deadly and mysterious enemy.

Dungeons and Decay: Find out how far a mother will go when her child is in danger.

Call to Arms: Every hand is needed when a ghost invades the kingdom demanding old wrongs be...more
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Published August 29th 2009 by Bear Mountain Books (first published 2009)
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Magic, swords, fights, gardens, kingdoms - all in 3 stories set in the magical kingdom of Sage. Demetria was my favorite character and someone I wish I could met in real life. She is so wise and caring.

I wish there were more stories set in Sage.
Let me start off by saying that if you're looking for an epic fantasy about a boy who would grow up to be king or about a journey towards salvation then you will not find it. What you will find here is a wonderful story about a grandmother and her devotion to protect her kingdom and also her family. Yes, that's right a grandmother. Not only is the protagonist a grandmother, she is also a Master Gardener with the ability to communicate with plants.

In the first story, "Toil, Trouble and Rot", Deme...more
The life of a fifty-five year-old Master gardener may not sound very exciting, but for Demetria, gardener and Master Magician in the Kingdom of Sage, it's anything but dull. With the Rat Kingdom threatening the western border, and the snakes of the Slithering Kingdom coming in from the south, Sage has its share of troubles. And since Demetria is the first line of her kingdom's defense, she keeps very busy.

Sage: Tales from a Magic Kingdom, is a collection of three novellas, each containing a well...more
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