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Les Illusions de Sav-Loar
  • An inspiring female-driven story
  • Captivating, fluid writing that draws the reader into an ambitious tapestry
  • An independent narrative in the same realm as The Legaçy of the Crosser-Kings, Prix Imaginales award for best French novel 2016
Manon Fargetton
Les Illusions de Sav-Loar
(Les Illusions de Sav-Loar)
Type
Fantasy
Word count
220,000
All rights available

The end of the war between
magicians could come from a
slave girl discovering her powers

In the kingdom of Shadow, the women who possess the gift are persecuted by men from the Closed, the patriarchal religious order. For centuries now these women have taken refuge in the legendary Sav-Loar, a city at the heart of the Forest of Dreams protected by
spells and illusions.

When Blue becomes a teenager, she discovers her powers and joins forces with a group of slaves pursued by the Closed. Heading to the city of banished female magicians, she will cross paths with Fèl, a manipulative beauty enamored with freedom, and Til’Enarion, a formidable member of the Closed who hunts down young female magicians. The war between magicians reaches its peak, and the reckoning has come for the established order.

  • An inspiring female-driven story
  • Captivating, fluid writing that draws the reader into an ambitious tapestry
  • An independent narrative in the same realm as The Legaçy of the Crosser-Kings, Prix Imaginales award for best French novel 2016

About the author

Manon Fargetton
Manon Fargetton, equally at ease with fantasy, thrillers, and young-adult fiction (a winner of the Grand Prix du Journal de Mickey 2014), is firmly set on making her own literary path, with all the finesse and imagination that characterize her writing style.