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The Tricksters Way (On Hold Till Summer)

The Tricksters Way (On Hold Till Summer)

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Jamie Tully By JamieTully Updated Jan 29

In a world where at the age of 10, children are taken to Power Hall to be tested on whether they have Mana.
There are 15 known powers:
Strength, Speed, Stealth (Darkness), Combat, Marksman, Weapons, Alchemists (Nature), Fire, Earth, Water, Air, Light, Time, Space, Death.
But there is the Forgotten Power, The one rarely seen, Chaos, they who possess this power are known as the Tricksters.

Thought to be a myth, it was rumoured that they were either the strongest or the weakest of all powers. 
The tricksters were feared and loved as they are erratic by nature.
They could be kind one minute and cruel the next.
It was said that they have the power to either save the world or destroy it.
This is the story of a young boy growing from the slums of Golden City to the high heavens and beyond.
That boy was named Lux Tenebra.

Created 31/12/2015 - XX/XX/XXXX
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(book cover is a free picture with edited filters added - i did not design it, only edited it.

The Tricksters Way was Number #17 in fantasy on (16/12/16)

P.S this book is written on a Mobile Phone so if there is any spelling / Grammar mistakes just comment and it will be fixed.

Callmethebeast Callmethebeast Nov 28, 2016
Finally! A book where the author doesn't write a long author note. Also the story is pretty interesting.
howtheperson howtheperson Dec 14, 2016
Interesting concept, although the quality and explaination is kind of weird. Have you considered doing first person?
- - Aug 09, 2016
Did Lux's father really leave his mother or was he killed or something?
ChaosWeaver ChaosWeaver Dec 04, 2016
while lower quality then stories i usually read, it seems to be great (considering the fact that my I write books officially along with my colleagues )
Pepperam Pepperam Jul 22, 2016
I get the bell system, it makes sense, but... I'm American, we have am/pm.
CatS1863 CatS1863 Nov 02, 2016
I would have written it like this: just in time for the ... test right?