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Of Metal and Magic, Compendium One

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Forged from the abyss by the elder gods, the history of Soria spans over 10,000 years. In this time, the people of the world have seen bloody wars, the rise and fall of divine empires, pitched struggles between dragons and unicorns—the very children of the gods who created men. Though the seed of civilization was planted on the continent of Elitor, people crossed the wide ...more
Kindle Edition, 314 pages
Published December 17th 2019 by Fiction Vortex
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Jan 30, 2020 rated it really liked it
I so enjoyed this collection! It was very much like a TV show and each part was a different episode. It was interesting reading the different stories, but all having similarities to bring them together with themes, setting and magic by being set in the Of Metal and Magic universe.

I always have a hard time giving short stories collections 5 stars because there's multiple of authors and I am always left wanting more! Most of my notes after each part I said I wanted more- more backstory, more
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Jan 19, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Of Metal and Magic is Fiction Vortex's latest short fiction and series pilot compendium - or - a fantasy lover's storyworld dreamscape. FV is a mecca for collaborative writers and a beacon to those who relish multiple stories woven with silken fantasy threads - each short and pilot leaves the reader wanting more - a gasp of denial when one thread ends - a sigh of pleasure when the next weave begins.

Each story is similar to watching a play - one scene ends, the curtain drops, the setting changes,
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JM Williams is a the author of In the Valley of Magic, Call of the Guardian, and other works.

Born in Minnesota, he has been writing since childhood. The dull ordinariness of small-town life was likely what prodded him to start daydreaming and creating stories in his head. Much like electric cattle prods must create new villains in the heads of cows. And like cows, Williams ate grass from time to