Dawn of the Mages (The Magic Wakes Book 2) by Charity Bradford

The Dragumon have been defeated but the planet Sendek will never be the same.

Dawn of the mages (the magic wakes book 2)

In order to save their world, Talia and Landry Sutton had to wake the forgotten magic on Sendek. But instead of restoring peace, it creates chaos on the city streets, with those unable to work magic turning against those who can. 

When Talia and Landry travel to the planet Orek to discover how it combines magic and science, they find a new, anti-magical government. The Controllers have all the tech, weapons, and natural resources. On Orek, the magical outcasts beg Talia and Landry to help them rise up against their oppressors. 

The two must decide whether to help save Orek or return home and save their own planet. Talia and Landry are torn apart by the conflicting missions. Talia knows what Landry wants, but if she gives in, she could lose what she loves the most.

Genre: FICTION / Science Fiction / Adventure

Secondary Genre: FICTION / Romance / Science Fiction

Language: English

Keywords: Magic, Space, Dragons, mystery

Word Count: 82000

Sales info:

Last year I got my rights back from my publisher, but only recently "unlinked" the two versions, so this book has been bumped down to zero. There is only 1 review currently on Amazon. The audiobook is in production and will hopefully get things moving again. 

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Sample text:

Four tiny suns washed out the sky, casting a mauve twilight over the dragon council. The dismal planet had been the dragon’s first world. It resided in a cluster of dying stars that had long since drifted outside the galactic disk. Life had ceased, and only cold barren rocks existed in the perpetual dusk. The dragon lords never stayed long, but it remained the preferred meeting ground when between spheres.

Jewel shuddered at the thought of living here. There would never again be warmth from the suns or life to fill the air with sound or smell. She’d been here an hour and already missed Sendek. With a sigh she returned her attention to those around her. 

Dragons of every age and size filled the amphitheater-like valley. The dominant green clan took the place of honor on the field, but equal numbers of reds, blues, and silvers lined the perimeter. The hiss of their steamy breath conveyed the underlying tension as they waited for her report.

Feeling small in the midst of so many other dragons, Jewel paced the center of the circle before two males. One green, the other blue. Their normally bright colors dulled by the dim light on the planet. She wished she could see them in the blaze of Sendek’s suns once more. In the brightness of that planet they had shone with glittery opalescence equal to the spirits burning inside the flesh and bone bodies. This was her chance to convince them to return to the home of her heart.





Book translation status:

The book is available for translation into any language except those listed below:

Already translated. Translated by Sofia Rezende Pereira e Silva
Already translated. Translated by Cristina García

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