The Mage-Fire War Is Out!

Today is the release date of The Mage-Fire War, the third book about Beltur and Jessyla, and the 22nd book of the Recluce Saga.

The Mage-Fire War is available in hardcover, ebook, or audiobook., and is a very brief 544 pages in hardcover.

11 thoughts on “The Mage-Fire War Is Out!”

  1. Kath says:

    It’s FABULOUS!!!

  2. Alan says:

    A wonderful story and one I am glad to see added to the Recluse Saga. It fills a nice part of the time line in and provides a view you wouldn’t think of for events later.

  3. E Beaudoin says:

    Just finished the Mage Fire War. It doesn’t disappoint. I have followed this fabulous author for as long as he has been writing. I look forward to his next book eagerly.

  4. Victor f Hodler says:

    I have just finished the mage fire war and it was as good as all of the others! I am looking forward to the sequel with Belturs daughter . You are the only author I can’t wait for the paperback !!!

  5. Kattye D. Kirkland says:

    I’m an avid reader of your Recluse Series books. Just finish “Mage-Fire War”. I have seen the word Quint, in a lot of the books. This is in regards to time. What is the element of time, it refer to? I have research the word and can’t find it any place. Thanks for your in-depth coverage of the Recluse Series. Looking forward to the next book.

    1. Quint comes from the Latin word quintus, which means “fifth.” In Recluce, it refers to a fifth of a glass. It’s sometimes used in English as a prefix, as in quintet, which is an ensemble of five musical performers, or quintuplets.


    when does paperback come out for mage fire

    1. The mass-market paperback is currently scheduled for release this December.

  7. Ryan Garner says:

    Are there any plans for another Recluse book, if so when is the projected release? Thanks.

    1. The next Recluce book is Fairhaven Rising, which is scheduled for release on February 16, 2021.

  8. Jamie Moffat says:

    Just finishing Fairhaven Rising – already can’t wait for the next one!! You are one of my favourite authors since discovering your work back in the late 90s. I feel like you have achieved with Recluce what Tolkien started to do with the Silmarillion. Love your work. Thanks!

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