Sorcerers and Magi

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"Sometimes it may seem like we need magic to find happiness. "La Maga: A Story about Sorcerers and Magi" is a sensual fantasy novel following lady mage Sofia la Maga as she returns home to help a troubled teen, who happens to be the son of a renowned sorcerer. A tale marked by sorcerers' exotic charisma as well as social unrest against injustice, and the repercussions of an unruly system of magic, "La Maga" is tempestuous soiree into mystic mysteries."  

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“La Maga captures the otherworldliness of Harry Potter but tackles larger political, spiritual, and emotional issues. Soror’s writing style drew me in from Sofia’s awkward walk down the school hallway through her complicated relationship with Leo De Lux and a life-or-death magical battle and all the way to hope for what today might be called Occupy the Inner and Outer Planes! . . . La Maga is an engaging read for anyone who refuses to think that what we see is all that exists, a trip into a parallel universe that gives unique, playful form to the concepts of Shaktipat, Buddhism, folk magic, mysticism, the occult and adolescent rebellion all mixed together into a brilliant, poignant and ultimately timely story.”

“This is a novel of magic by a true expert in both Western and Eastern systems of magic and mysticism. The author’s knowledge shines throughout the narrative, exciting the reader with tastes of this-world esoterica amplified in to the scale of an amazing universe of multiple plains of reality. Within all the magical and metaphysical goings-on are stories of young love, generational conflict, and spiritual transformation. A source of enjoyment and enlightenment for young and old!”

“. . . I am also incredibly impressed with the depth of knowledge that the author appears to have for various mystical and spiritual arts from the mainstream to the more obscure. It’s a smooth read, peppered with layers of deep spiritual teachings and references should the reader’s interest be piqued. The mystical and spiritual details read like poetry, not preaching. It’s a skillfully rendered sensual work about magical beings that inhabit their world, and more surprisingly, our own.”

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Welcome to the Inner Plane and its tempestuous society of sorcerers and magi. In this series, magical fantasy is woven with insights from Eastern mysticism and the Western mystery tradition. The series, written in literary style, offers thought-provoking ideas about self and finding oneself and one’s true purpose and is geared to adult fiction readers drawn to magic, mysticism, and spirituality.  A hidden gem that not only entertains but enlightens. Consider it "Harry Potter for Grownups."

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Reviews for The Fallen Fairy

Good fantasy that makes you think of concepts broader than most literature out there does. I love how the main female character Bellaluna is so easy to relate to, yet complex in her emotions and thoughts. Give this a read if you're looking for a more adult version of the Harry Potter series.


A wonderful read to get lost and then found in.



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Chaos Magic meets Jesus Christ Superstar.The Savior at the End of Time is a veiled take on the Christ-story in which the unassuming and disheveled but oddly charismatic iconoclast, Professor Aurelio Zosimo, introduced in book one, is haplessly rendered into a new messiah for an a guerilla utopian group--the Lions of Light--and the “Immanentization of the Eschaton.” The novel references the post-modern magical counterculture current of Chaos Magic and mystical and existential insights from nondual spirituality. It brings the first and second novels in the series together as the series progresses toward an apocalyptic showdown and the revelation of portentous secrets and hopes for the future.

A Modern Fairy Tale. When the quirky girl-next-door is discovered to be the incarnation of a fairy, sorcerers from another dimension swoop in to vie for her affections in the interests of love, occult power, and opportunism. A provocative tale of self-knowledge, self-transformation, love and redemption. References to alchemy, medieval occultism, steganography, and sex magic permeate the text. Each of the 22 chapters is named for and thematically reflects a card of the Tarot’s Upper Arcana.