The High Queen Sorceress (complete)
GenreFantasy / Sci-Fi
Age Rating:R15
Submitted:Thursday, 6 September 2012
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(6 ratings)
Read by:509 different readers

The magic and mortal worlds have aligned creating the perfect opportunity for the most powerful sorcerer born in the last five thousand years to come out of hiding and usurp both planets. The only person who can stop him from taking over both worlds and restore order to the damaged bridges before they snap, ultimately catapulting both planets into the bowels of death is the true High Queen Sorceress. But itís been five thousand years since her blood line last walked the magical earth and the current High Queen Sorceress doesnít stand a chance against him. In the end, the fate of all mankind will fall on the tiny shoulders of twenty five year old Keara, who is frail girl from the mortal world who couldnít even hurt a fly.


List of chapters

Ch. 1 chapter 1
Ch. 2 Chapter 2
Ch. 3 chapter 3
Ch. 4 chapter 4
Ch. 5 chapter 5
Ch. 6 chapter 6
Ch. 7 chapter 7
Ch. 8 chapter 8
Ch. 9 Chapter 9
Ch. 10 chapter 10
Ch. 11 chapter 11
Ch. 12 chapter 12
Ch. 13 chapter 13
Ch. 14 chapter 14
Ch. 15 chapter 15
Ch. 16 chapter 16
Ch. 17 chapter 17
Ch. 18 chapter 18
Ch. 19 chapter 19
Ch. 20 chapter 20
Ch. 21 chapter 21
Ch. 22 chapter 22
Ch. 23 chapter 23
Ch. 24 chapter 24
Ch. 25 chapter 25
Ch. 26 chapter 26
Ch. 27 chapter 27
Ch. 28 chapter 28
Ch. 29 chapter 29
Ch. 30 Chapter 30


David Jae Wednesday, 5 February 2014
This is good. I like how you set up the story and your characters are interesting. The story is engaging and keeps the reader interested.

Sometimes, there is too much exposition or description which makes it tedious in places, but this is a minor point.

surfingpanda7 Saturday, 22 December 2012
great descriptions, really vivid and poetic. the topic and plot is interesting and i will watch for more books to be posted.
EŪryn Grayce Sorenson Monday, 3 December 2012
I really really love this. You are so descriptive without being boring about it. The writing is so good it should be considered poetry, the characters are well developed and simply marvelous, and the plot development is absolutely stunning. There may be a few grammatical mistakes but nothing that really distracted from the story. You have a work of art here. Keep it up.
Bob Craton Sunday, 9 September 2012
This is excellent and I am fascinated. Well developed characters and great writing style. Having chapters about different characters and plot-lines which eventually merge together makes this my kind of story (literally).
I'm also impressed that you posted 16 chapters at once. That is unusual on this website and obviously this isn't a rough draft. I did see a few typos but nothing significant. Remember what I said earlier about paragraphs. It's a little difficult to follow who is saying what at times. That's easily correctable, however, and it seems like a small critique compared to the overall powerful effect of this story.
Congratulations, you have something great here.
Bob Craton Sunday, 9 September 2012
Wow again. Do start a new paragraph every time a different character speaks, though.

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