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The Song of the Sorcelator

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The Song of the Sorcelator (TSotS)

by L H Franzibald



A voice was heard to say, "Who dares disturb the Crypt Of The Immortal Space Bitches?"


"I am Grimm Shado," said Grimm Shado, his triple wand claws extending. "And I am here to take it to the limit." -The Song of the Sorcelator, page 179



Following the exploits of Sorcelator Grimm Shado, The Song of the Sorcelator has been described as a "completely ripped work of fantasy, the likes of which the world has never seen" by author L. H. Franzibald.


Originally launched by Magic Mouse Publishing as a re-branding of the only marginally successful The Elspinster Saga (from the Ukrainian Glekt-Franzibald Publishing Ltd) this work is a hipper re-imagining of the original work, culminating in more culturally relevant stories and greatly improved "bad-ass-itude." This infusion of compelling techno-fantasy elements defines the seductive, over-the-toppishly raditudical nature of sorcelation.


The book has so far four tomes, forming a complete tale of badassness (at one time, too badass to be called a mere "trilogy"; fans have suggested "tribadassness" but this has yet to catch on with the English speaking populace at large), but at least two more are to be expected.


Tome 1 - The Song of the Sorcelator, colloquially called Overturn

Tome 2 - Night after Dark

Tome 3 - Eye for an Eye, Wand for a Wand

Tome 4 - Desert Funeral

Tome 5 - The Vampire-Pimps and the Zombie-Eyes of Scarlott (announced, release date unknown)


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