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The Official Lords of Midnight Novel by Drew Wagar

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Drew Wagar’s epic fantasy, The Lords of Midnight, is set in the world of the award-winning Tolkienesque fantasy game, The Lords of Midnight by Mike Singleton.


The magical land of Midnight, cursed into eternal winter, faces destruction at the hands of the Witchking. The Lords of Midnight and the Fey of the Forest combined forces once before to defeat him, but this sudden assault by the Witchking’s deadly Doomguard has long been planned to coincide with the Winter Solstice at a time when Midnight has lost the only means it has to mount an effective defence.


The amazing cover art was created by Jurij Rogelj.

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In this epic fantasy, Drew Wagar takes us on a quest with The Lords of Midnight in the magical land that has been cursed into eternal winter for many hundreds of years.  Survivors in this land must be tough as they battle hardship, famine and war. Once they even beat back the Witchking; the battle lives on in legend.  But now the Witchking is back, and not even the combined might of the Free Lords of Midnight and the Fey of the Forest can counter this long-planned assault timed to coincide with the Winter Solstice.  The only glimmer of hope is in their ancient lore, but when so much has been lost, how will they rediscover the knowledge in which lies the Witchking’s only weakness.

The Lords of Midnight is a novel written under official licence. It is based in the world of the award-winning Tolkienesque fantasy game, The Lords of Midnight. 

The amazing cover art was created by Jurij Rogelj.

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Author Drew Wagar

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