One of the hallmarks of the fantasy genre is worldbuilding. Authors create new worlds complete with geography, history, morals and even languages, and set their stories there. Some of the best worldbuilders create places that seem very similar to the world in which we live, imbuing it with magic. In ADVENT, the first book in a new fantasy trilogy, English writer James Treadwell merges a magical world with the mundane one.
"[B]y the end, as the world begins to feel the pangs of magic’s rebirth, Treadwell sets his story up for a promising sequel in which he will inventively build a world where mystery and magic live again."
Magic, the book tell