“You are here because you were born different. Born with a gift … and a curse.”
Big things are expected of Pip. Can he deliver? Magic is all around him and he is expected to be a great mage, but the path before Pip isn’t simple. Will he fulfill his parents’ expectations? Will he fulfill his own?
In Pip’s world, only those born with defects or deformities can wield magic. Struggling to find his place in an institute of talented mages, Pip sets out on a perilous quest to help his master face the suffocating cost of her gift. For every mage has a price; but in return for that price is power. Magic. The ability to shape the world and create wonders. But is it enough? Is the price of magic worth it?
K.J. Taylor published her first work, The Land of Bad Fantasy, when she was just 18 and went on to publish another six titles in quick succession. Published by the Black Phoenix Publishing Collective, The Price of Magic is a stand-alone fantasy novella encompassing the best of Taylor’s creative appeal.
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This beautiful cover was designed and developed by Brisbane-based artist and graphic designer Sabrina Raven. You can view her portfolio HERE.
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2 thoughts on “Cover Reveal: The Price of Magic by K.J. Taylor”
I haven’t heard of this author before, but the premise of this one sounds really engaging. I like that there’s no special snowflake syndrome or chosen one within the storyline, it’s one of those tropes that gets flogged to death. Thanks for sharing Sarah, will you be reading this one yourself too? ❤
I’d seen some of K.J. Taylor’s other works pop up from time to time on Goodreads suggestions (but I try not to pay to much attention to goodreads suggestions or I end up going on a “to read” frenzy).
Now I know she is an Aussie I’ll definitely have to give her writing a go 🙂 and this does seem like it’d be right up my ally :-).