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How to Forget to Remember to Forget Magic

By Strangewayes, Viktor, H

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Reproduction Date: 3/31/2024

Title: How to Forget to Remember to Forget Magic  
Author: Strangewayes, Viktor, H
Language: English
Subject: Non Fiction, General Works (Periodicals, Series, idexes, Almanacs, etc.), Dark Fantasy / Time Travel / Magic
Collections: Authors Community, Fantasy
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Publisher: VHS Publishing
Member Page: Viktor Strangewayes


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For those searching for the truth, look no further; you have found what you seek. For those looking for a fantastic story, set in a rich, continually-growing world, the Journey Eternal series is an amalgamation of fantasy genres, with dark themes regarding death and demonic magic, but also a unique sense of humor that pervades the series. Time travel, technology, and alternate timelines intermingle with traditional fantasy elements, such as a unique magic system and mythical creatures. There are complex heroes and villains who often question their own values and morals when facing world-changing events, but also several offbeat and unusual characters who bring some humor and light to otherwise grim circumstances. What starts with a fleeting glimpse into a child’s tragic accident, rapidly grows into a universe-encompassing, mind-bending journey toward what lies beyond the stars.

Laurence P. Cromwell was once like many of us, navigating through life without direction or purpose, eager to uncover some deeper meaning to it all. Out of sheer desperation, and through the influence of a series of strange childhood occurrences, he became obsessed with the notion of true Magic, the ability to manipulate the world around him in ways often assumed impossible by others. Scouring countless shelves, he searched for that one old tome or relic which might reveal itself to be something more - something Magical. He knew in his heart he was destined for great things, if only he could make that first, crucial discovery. But as Laurence - along with an unlikely pair destined for a similar fate - would soon find out, not all Magical Objects exist to be used, to be possessed. And some are better off left where they were buried long, long ago… Beginning on our planet, in the prosaic time period known as present day, the Journey Eternal series methodically recounts the story of a group of unsuspecting heroes as they gain the courage and experience necessary to traverse billions of years, multiple worlds, and countless twisting timelines to discover the truth of humanity’s Magical past, as well as the monstrous future awaiting not only our race, but our entire universe. Will they succeed in restoring Magic to its prior state before time runs out, or will the forces of darkness prove too powerful, too tempting, even for them? Prepare to pull back the veil, revealing a world of Dark Magic and demons, of a battle that goes beyond good and evil, where heroes and villains clash not only with each other, but their own inner turmoil and precarious destinies. But beware, dear reader. As you take these first steps of your own journey, remember this: Not all fantasy is fiction, and nothing is ever quite as it seems…

“Ah, you see, Magic can undoubtedly be manipulated in many ways - with a wand, or a spell, or an incantation, or a thought - even if you have never dealt with that particular form of Magic before. However, if you want something done right the first time, and there is no margin for error, you put aside your pride and do it by the book.”

Table of Contents
Part I - Call of Darkness Part I - Prologue Chapter 1 - The Life & History of Real Magicians Chapter 2 - The Green Dragon Emporium Chapter 3 - A Preconceived Tragedy Chapter 4 - The Coffin, the Steel, and the Stone Chapter 5 - More Than Meets the Eye Chapter 6 - Dial M for Magic Chapter 7 - Plighted Pilgrimage Chapter 8 - The Laboratory Lost Chapter 9 - Darkened Descent Chapter 10 - Remarkable Reagents Chapter 11 - Draconic Deliberation Chapter 12 - Perhaps Chapter 13 - Restoration Transformation Chapter 14 - Key Ring Chapter 15 - Humans, and Demons, and Rats Chapter 16 - The Letter Unwritten Chapter 17 - Forgotten Failures Chapter 18 - Forgotten Failures Part I - Epilogue Part II - The First Fall of Lord Marris Part II - Prologue Chapter 19 - The Tale Through Time Chapter 20 - The Frail Old Man Chapter 21 - Lightless Lantern Chapter 22 - Lucky Liberation Chapter 23 - Academic Ascent Chapter 24 - Elemental Education Chapter 25 - Inhuman Infiltration Chapter 26 - Anticipated Assault Chapter 27 - The Carnivorous Forest Chapter 28 - The Road Most Traveled Chapter 29 - The Travelers Three Chapter 30 - Renegade Royalty Chapter 31 - Suicidal Sickness Chapter 32 - Troubling Truth Chapter 33 - Tournament Terror & the Secret Agent Chapter 34 - Five Nations Chapter 35 - Thaddeus Chapter 36 - Precarious Program Chapter 37 - Jolly Social Discussion Group Chapter 38 - Trial & Error Chapter 39 - Toying With Termination Chapter 40 - Pentagonal Prize Chapter 41 - The Soaring Citadel Chapter 42 - Obvious Onslaught Chapter 43 - Arbitrary Ending Part II - Epilogue Part III - Held in Time's Dread Sway Part III - Prologue Chapter 44 - A Portal Past By Chapter 45 - Lost Library Chapter 46 - Collapsed Colosseum Chapter 47 - The Lord Ah These Here Lands Chapter 48 - Precarious Passage Chapter 49 - Fatal Foreigners Chapter 50 - The Demon Within Chapter 51 - Concealed Conspiracy Chapter 52 - Shrouded Shaft Chapter 53 - Man in the Mirror Chapter 54 - Perplexing Poltergeists, Confounding Craft Chapter 55 - The Forgemaster and the Spellsmith Chapter 56 - Maritime Metropolis Chapter 57 - Dark Destiny Chapter 58 - Road to Ruin Chapter 59 - Black Metal Tower Chapter 60 - Cadaverous Conflict Part III - Epilogue


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