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Looking for a new series to get lost in? Discover Edmund A.M. Batara’s fantastical The Accidental Archmage Series series!

The Accidental Archmage: Book One – Ragnarok Rising (MOBI EDITION) (The Accidental Archmage Series 1), by Edmund A.M. Batara

“Great new series, real strong foundation. Looking forward to new plot developments. Author has done a great job of getting the reader emotionally attached to the cast of characters.” — Amazon Reviewer

FINAL EDITION. Revised and Edited. January 2018. A better immersive experience.


An epic fantasy on another world. With a modern twist.

What if you fell through a crack in reality? Like those people disappearing in plain sight you have read about.

What if you find yourself in a strangely familiar world? A world full of Earth’s mythological beings, lost civilizations, and people from its primitive and brutal past? Where magical energy still exists. Where gods play games among themselves, with the fate of mortal men as pawns. A land where a sword is deadlier than a five-inch thick contract drawn by a hotshot lawyer. Would you survive?

That’s Tyler West. Alone, lost and bewildered, the three moons in the sky made it clear he wasn’t on Earth anymore. It is not a game. It’s real. And there’s no coffee, pizza, fries, or his favorite show on HBO.

Nota Bene: The PRINT REPLICA edition had been withdrawn as of October 2017. Though hundreds of readers have downloaded it with no issues, its withdrawal was deemed necessary by the author to alleviate format questions when readers with incompatible devices download it instead of the mobi edition. Reviews dealing with the format issues refer to the withdrawn PRINT REPLICA version.

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Fantasy and science fiction have always been my favorites. Especially those from the era of dime novels and genre magazines, the time when both were still deemed fringe. Those stories spark the imagination and bring a reader to worlds and concepts beyond his reality. Though I have to admit, reality is fast catching up with science fiction.

I write fiction which is anchored on a familiar fact – be it mythology, historical facts, existing mythos, or even a physical feature. Something one knows exists in the real world. It makes immersion in the grand adventure easier and more enjoyable. A book may be an author’s creation but it doesn’t mean that there couldn’t be a common point of reference between the writer’s story and the reader’s experience. Or even between readers.

I started writing as a hobby. On free serialized novel websites. For the pleasure of writing and sharing one’s stories. I was fortunate that other people found them engaging and enjoyable. To my readers, thanks!

Enjoy the voyage.

P.S. I still write on the free websites. But unlike full-length books, readers do have to wait for periodic installments. And I welcome constructive feedback and engage readers in discussions about the mythos as the comments and discussion sections of such serialized stories will show. But I do try to avoid spoilers.

Favorite reader comments –

– *dun dun dun*
– Norse God of dating?
– Tyler, you were doomed the moment you said that. Even if the author didn’t announce your next book’s title

As I said, have fun.

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