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The Autumn of the Magicians

• A successful alliance of epic fantasy, coming-of-age-novel, and gripping love triangle
• A fluid, refined style that brings to life endearing and nuanced characters
• A rich and fascinating world portrayed in a story with a relentless pace

Hélène P. Mérelle
The Autumn of the Magicians
Type
Fantasy
Word count
160000
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The destiny of a woman ready to give her all to save her kingdom

Octavianne, the Queen of Elgem’s eighth daughter, grew up in the royal palace. When she turns sixteen her older sister tries to marry her off against her will. Octavianne feels cornered and runs away to live a vagabond life, searching for a master of magic who will train her to improve her nascent powers.

She meets Adalgis, a hunter who is half-man, half-lion, and saves his life. With this complex, fascinating, wild, and free being at her side, a different sort of life begins to emerge for the budding young magician. Until the moment when a man, whom she had loved and believed to be lost, reappears in her life.

But other disturbing shadows from her past soon threaten to catch up with her, and Octavianne must make a choice.

Can one really escape one’s destiny when one is born to be a queen?

 

‘An appealing and complete mythology, reminiscent of the great antique cities of our world’
Café Powell

 

Book 1 The Fugitive
Book 2 The Black Queen
Book 3 The Shadow Smuggler

• A successful alliance of epic fantasy, coming-of-age-novel, and gripping love triangle
• A fluid, refined style that brings to life endearing and nuanced characters
• A rich and fascinating world portrayed in a story with a relentless pace

About the author

Hélène P. Mérelle
Hélène P. Mérelle is a literature graduate who has always been fascinated by mythology. She is hard of hearing and spends much of her time reading or writing in silence, and travelling to places that are rich in history and that spark her imagination.