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Wow wow wow. This book is fiction, but it has so many parallels to real life. I was lost in the story and simultaneously learning beautiful life lessons that expanded my mind and experience. I encourage everyone to go on this beautiful mystical journey! – Amazon Review
“First, you must swear to maintain the secrecy of everything I teach you. You cannot speak of sagecraft to anyone, even those you know to be trustworthy.
“Second, you must swear to follow my every instruction with exactness.
“Third, sagecraft involves unspeakable power, more than all the armies of a mighty king, so you must swear to use sagecraft only for good, to protect the weak and defend what is right.”
“And fourth, you must swear never to interfere in the affairs of the common man…
In the land of Iria, history has all but forgotten the Order of the Sages, an ancient people with inhuman abilities.
Now, the balance of Iria’s power is crumbling as political machinations and uprising revolutionaries work to destroy the established peace. Anexiled warrior, a young scholar, and a pickpocketing orphan must embark on a journey to rediscover secrets long buried, but the mysteries of Sagecraft may not be enough to save their world.
About the Author
Writer, Lawyer, and Master Sage
Corey is a native of Southern California, and what a whimsical childhood it was! Those were glorious days spent surfing, enjoying the sunshine, and slaying the occasional dragon when his schedule allowed it.
After spending two years in Arequipa, Peru (the enchanting “White City”), Corey earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Philosophy from BYU and later a Juris Doctorate from the University of Miami. At the time, no university offered degrees in sagecraft or in dragon-slaying, but this is just one of many issues plaguing our society.
Along the way, Corey met, befriended, fell in love with, wooed, cajoled, wooed some more, begged, and finally married the beautiful and incomparable Kellie O’Neill, author of the young adult novel “Burned”. It was Kellie who instilled in him a love of writing, and it was Kellie who taught him how to write fiction in a way that didn’t sound like it was written by, well, a lawyer. If you love Corey’s writing, all credit goes to her. If you don’t like his writing, let’s all just agree to blame the dragons.
For more information please visit my website https://coreyrusick.com/meet-the-author/