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The Great Barrier has kept the colonies of the new world safe for hundreds of years. But the colony is a powder keg. Food shortages stir the citizens to riots against the crown. Dissidents whisper of revolution. And worse, the strength of the Great Barrier seems to be slipping.
Sarine is a street artist, selling her sketches for coin to feed her family. With the help of her magic powers, she’s so far been able to escape the notice of the city police. But a strange man with powers more terrifying than her own threatens to expose her secrets.
And she’s not the only one whose life threatens the strange figure threatens to upend.
Start reading this incredible addition to the epic fantasy canon. For fans of Brandon Sanderson, Brent Weeks, and Brian McClellan.
"A great epic fantasy debut. Memorable characters, intriguing magic systems and a well-realised world"James Islington
"The first book in The Ascension Cycle is an impressive fantasy debut with three main compelling characters and a unique magic system sure to capture a fantasy reader's attention . . . . Mealing does a fabulous job with the intricate world-building and leaves the reader wanting to get their hands on the sequel."RT Book Reviews
"Imaginative and elaborate epic fantasy debut . . . Strong characters and rich worldbuilding."Publishers Weekly
"A story of magic, ambition, greed, betrayal, and war."Booklist
"I was blown away by how much I enjoyed it . . . . Soul of the World is a magical book, almost overflowing with originality."The Quill to Live
"A riveting debut. It's got everything I could possibly want in a fantasy book."Powder & Page Book Reviews
"The magic systems in this book are epic and the comparison to Sanderson and Rothfuss is quite deserved."On Starships and Dragonwings Book Reviews
- On Sale
- Jun 27, 2017
- Page Count
- 656 pages