By: Dan Fitzgerald
Series: The Weirdwater Confluence Duology (#2)
Published: January 15, 2022 by Shadow Spark Publishing
Genre: Romantic Fantasy / Sword-Free Fantasy
Ethereal black and white artwork, which is on the first page of the book: Kriti Khare
Alchemical symbols in the middle of the book: Elena Tarsius
This is the second book in Dan Fitzgerald’s Weirdwater Confluence Duology. The Living Waters, the first in the series, was a wonderful, unique fantasy. Mr. Fitzgerald’s ability to create detailed ecosystems was brilliant. The characters, Silvan, Temi, Gilea and Leo are relatable and fully developed. The mind connection that Temi and Gilea posses is a unique twist on magic in fantasy. I am looking forward to this sequel. Judging by its cover, it looks amazing!
An aging alchemist seeks the key to the Universal Tincture said to unlock the Thousand Worlds of the mind, but she never expected to solve the riddle of her hermetic heart.
A meditation acolyte travels the mystical social media known as the Caravan and finds that the Thousand Worlds lie just below the surface, if she can only learn to see the space between the stars.
This steamy romantic fantasy explores the confluence of the physical and the metaphysical through the commingling of bodies and minds.
About the Author
Dan Fitzgerald is the fantasy author of the Maer Cycle trilogy (character-driven low-magic fantasy) and the Weirdwater Confluence duology (sword-free fantasy with unusual love stories), both from Shadow Spark Publishing.
He lives in Washington, DC with his wife, twin boys, and two cats. When not writing he might be found doing yoga, gardening, cooking, or listening to French music.