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Publisher Description

From the internationally bestselling authors who brought you the Krinar Chronicles comes a captivating tale of intrigue, love, and danger in a world where sorcery is entwined with science . . . 

Once a respected member of the Sorcerer Council and now an outcast, Blaise has spent the last year of his life working on a special magical object. The goal is to allow anyone to do magic, not just the sorcerer elite. The outcome of his quest is unlike anything he could’ve ever imagined – because, instead of an object, he creates Her.

She is Gala, and she is anything but inanimate. Born in the Spell Realm, she is beautiful and highly intelligent – and nobody knows what she’s capable of. She will do anything to experience the world . . . even leave the man she is beginning to fall for.

Augusta, a powerful sorceress and Blaise’s former fiancée, sees Blaise’s deed as the ultimate hubris and Gala as an abomination that must be destroyed. In her quest to save the human race, Augusta will forge new alliances, becoming tangled in a web of intrigue that stretches further than any of them suspect. She may even have to turn to her new lover Barson, a ruthless warrior who might have an agenda of his own . . .

Sci-Fi & Fantasy
16 December
Mozaika LLC

Customer Reviews

sunnyday1306 ,

Unusual but Addictive

This interesting take on the world of magic separates itself from typical fantasy novels today. Though slightly difficult to understand at first, the author’s world of sorcery reflects and explores values of fear, knowledge and trust through a brand new perspective, through Gala’s innocent eyes. The unusual perspective is refreshing, and the secretive interaction of characters makes this an even more addictive novel. All in all, The Sorcery Code is an engaging read that manages weave aspects of magic and fantasy in an old-age society into the familiar themes of love and betrayal.

Umaroto ,

A fantastically detailed fantasy adventure, with a touch of romance

I am a big fan of fantasy novels, and I went into this book eager to experience a good world, characters and story.

And to my delight, The Sorcery Code delivers on all of these things, and more. The opening of the novel introduces two of the main characters, Blaise and Gala, in an impressively descriptive way. Author Dima Zales describes the scene and the character's apperances in such a way that I was unable to stop reading. This descriptive expertise is common throughout the book, and makes for a truly engaging experience.

One thing I love in fantasy novels is when the point of view switches between characters.

This is done brilliantly in The Sorcery Code as the story is told from the combined perspectives of Blaise, Gala and Augusta. This makes for a more interesting overall story, as you can appreciate the various twists and turns from each character's particular world-view.

This of course causes each character to become more believable and even relatable drawing you further into their struggles.

Overall, I was very satisfied with the book and cannot wait to read the next parts in the series. If you are a fan of fantasy like myself, them pick this book up.

(For the audio version, the narrator (Emily Durante) is excellent and does a great job with characterisation, despite the many male characters in the novel. A great listening experience!)

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