Great Fantasy reads…The Universal Mirror

For the next several weeks, I’m highlighting some fantastic authors and their works. I hope you’ll take a moment to check them out. Here’s the first in the Highlight series:

Gwen Perkins, The Universal Mirror

Author Gwen Perkins is a museum curator with a MA in Military History from Norwich University. She has written for a number of magazines, exhibitions and nonfiction publications. Her interest in history fueled the creation of the world of The Universal Mirror, inspired in part by people and events of the medieval and Renaissance periods.  The Universal Mirror is the first novel of the Artifacts of Empire series. Gwen is presently at work on the second volume, entitled The Jealousy Glass.

 

Set in the streets of a medieval city, The Universal Mirror follows the journey of two magicians–the wealthy but carefree Quentin and his friend, Asahel, a lower-class citizen. These two men challenge the laws set down for magicians regarding the practice of magic. Among these rules is the promise never to use magic on the human body. In the dark of night, Asahel and Quentin undertake their mission: learning to heal, rather than harm. This quest takes them to graveyards, royal palaces and finally, into the heart of a conspiracy that goes much deeper than they ever could have imagined.

For more information about the book, please visit: http://theuniversalmirror.com

The Universal Mirror  is available for purchase at http://www.amazon.com/The-Universal-Mirror-ebook/dp/B006VYHLNS/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1326934006&sr=8-1

 

 

 

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