“With his first novel, Mulgara, Rose uses horror, fantasy, erotica, and satire to show us a world where nothing is what it seems, and black magic reigns.”
After Maecidion dies, Irion witnesses the reading of his will. He is outraged as coveted family heirlooms are passed down to his enemies. A practitioner of black magic, Irion swears revenge.
He will get back what is rightfully his, no matter the cost.
Mulgara is a world of dark characters beyond necromancers, with thieves, witches, and grave robbers all in the mix. It is through their stories that Maecidion’s ultimate plan is revealed.
Why we’re excited about this book:
David Rose, author of No Joy: A Recon Marine’s Tales of (Self) Destruction and From Sand and Time: Poems, knows the boundaries of human depravity, and channels his time in the military into hard-hitting fiction that crosses those boundaries. With his first novel, Mulgara, Rose uses horror, fantasy, erotica, and satire to show us a world where nothing is what it seems, and black magic reigns. John F.D. Taff (Bram Stoker Award-Nominated Author of The End in All Beginnings and Little Black Spots.) says: “David Rose’s Mulgara: The Necromancer’s Will is a great blend of fantasy, horror and even humor. Caught me off guard as to how fun it was to read… And I think it will you, too.” Releasing 12 May 2019 from Rare Bird Books, Mulgara: The Necromancer’s Will by David Rose is available for pre-order now.
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