Wordscapist

Wordscapist

The Myth

eBook - 2014
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Wordscapist (n): A legendary wordsmith, usually assumed to be male, who is rumoured to be able to shape reality to his words. Limitless in his powers, and not aligned with the Guild or the Free Word. No proof or evidence of his existence has ever been found. First known usage circa 16th century. Everything you say is true... somewhere. But for Slick the notion of what is true is becoming very blurred indeed. He always knew the world was one of constant change. He just didn't expect that change to include witnessing a demon tearing off the head of a stranger. That's the kind of change that could lead to hearing voices in your head. Which is also happening rather too frequently for Slick's liking. But that's what happens when you're thrown headlong into the world of wordsmiths, where simple words can shape and reshape reality, and the legend of the Wordscapist becomes more than just an urban myth. Slick must discover the Way of the Word if he is to shape a new reality and discover his true destiny......Buckle up. Hang on. And yes, careful what you say. Everything you say is true...becomes true...somewhere. Wordscapist: The Myth is the first groundbreaking volume in the Way of the Word series, and Urbane's launch title for a thrilling new digital only frontlist - open your mind and your e-reading device to a new voice in fantasy fiction.
Publisher: [United States] : Urbane Publications Limited : Made available through hoopla, 2014
ISBN: 9781909273191
1909273198
Characteristics: 1 online resource
Additional Contributors: hoopla digital

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