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Enslaved and Forced to Fight Dragons This box set contains over 2,000 pages of Epic Space Fantasy, and tells the complete saga, with a real ending. Yes, we also have a roleplaying game, and a sequel series! “If you grew up playing D&D, Rifts, Spelljammer, or Starcraft, and want to see magic in space done right, then get ready to lose the next sixty hours of your life.” Enslaved and Forced to Fight Dragons This box set contains over 2,000 pages of Epic Space Fantasy, and tells the complete saga, with a real ending. Yes, we also have a roleplaying game, and a sequel series! “If you grew up playing D&D, Rifts, Spelljammer, or Starcraft, and want to see magic in space done right, then get ready to lose the next sixty hours of your life.” — The Author’s Totally Biased Friend Tech Mage (book 1) Aran awakens in chains with no memory. He’s conscripted into the Confederate Marines as a Tech Mage, given a spellrifle, then hurled into the war with the draconic Krox and their Void Wyrm masters. Void Wyrm (book 2) Major Voria stands ready to accept the cost for her actions at Marid. Stripped of command and resources, Voria must find a ship and rally a crew. Somewhere within the Umbral Depths lays a hidden world, a world that the dead god Marid intended her to find. Spellship (book 3) Voria, Aran, and Nara survived their trip into the Umbral Depths. They retrieved the Talon, and are now searching for the First Spellship, the key to victory in their war against the Krox. Their search leads them to Virkonna, the home of the Last Dragonflight, a world where Dragons still rule. The world where Aran was born. War Mage (book 4) The Krox have finally reached their end game, and the sector will never be the same. Their relentless fleet darkens the skies of New Texas, home of the fabled Ternus shipyards. Their only hope lies with their sworn allies, the Shayans. But the Shayans refuse to help. Krox Rises (book 5) Nebiat has seized godhood, and now controls Krox, the most powerful elder god in the sector. Both Ternus and Shaya know she is coming, but their preparations cannot save them. She launches a strike at Ternus that cripples their home world, and shatters their fleets. Nefarius (book 6) Krox's assault on Shaya has been foiled, but the cost was bitter. Ternus lies in ruins, its gravity doubled by a god. Shaya is a paradise, but one populated by a mere handful of survivors. Only one power strong enough to oppose Krox remains... The Last Dragonflight. Godswar (book 7) Nefarius has risen. She is implacable. Unstoppable. God after god is fallen and consumed, and each time the terrible dragon-goddess grows stronger. One possibility of victory remains. Aran, Nara, and Kazon discover their true purpose, left by the elder god Xal when he planned for his own demise. With this contingency they have one chance to oppose Nefarius. One chance to stop the goddess that will devour everything. Want to make your own characters? The Magitech Chronicles RPG system allows you to be part of the action long after you finish the books. Learn more at magitechchronicles.com or by googling Magitech Chronicles World Anvil


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Enslaved and Forced to Fight Dragons This box set contains over 2,000 pages of Epic Space Fantasy, and tells the complete saga, with a real ending. Yes, we also have a roleplaying game, and a sequel series! “If you grew up playing D&D, Rifts, Spelljammer, or Starcraft, and want to see magic in space done right, then get ready to lose the next sixty hours of your life.” Enslaved and Forced to Fight Dragons This box set contains over 2,000 pages of Epic Space Fantasy, and tells the complete saga, with a real ending. Yes, we also have a roleplaying game, and a sequel series! “If you grew up playing D&D, Rifts, Spelljammer, or Starcraft, and want to see magic in space done right, then get ready to lose the next sixty hours of your life.” — The Author’s Totally Biased Friend Tech Mage (book 1) Aran awakens in chains with no memory. He’s conscripted into the Confederate Marines as a Tech Mage, given a spellrifle, then hurled into the war with the draconic Krox and their Void Wyrm masters. Void Wyrm (book 2) Major Voria stands ready to accept the cost for her actions at Marid. Stripped of command and resources, Voria must find a ship and rally a crew. Somewhere within the Umbral Depths lays a hidden world, a world that the dead god Marid intended her to find. Spellship (book 3) Voria, Aran, and Nara survived their trip into the Umbral Depths. They retrieved the Talon, and are now searching for the First Spellship, the key to victory in their war against the Krox. Their search leads them to Virkonna, the home of the Last Dragonflight, a world where Dragons still rule. The world where Aran was born. War Mage (book 4) The Krox have finally reached their end game, and the sector will never be the same. Their relentless fleet darkens the skies of New Texas, home of the fabled Ternus shipyards. Their only hope lies with their sworn allies, the Shayans. But the Shayans refuse to help. Krox Rises (book 5) Nebiat has seized godhood, and now controls Krox, the most powerful elder god in the sector. Both Ternus and Shaya know she is coming, but their preparations cannot save them. She launches a strike at Ternus that cripples their home world, and shatters their fleets. Nefarius (book 6) Krox's assault on Shaya has been foiled, but the cost was bitter. Ternus lies in ruins, its gravity doubled by a god. Shaya is a paradise, but one populated by a mere handful of survivors. Only one power strong enough to oppose Krox remains... The Last Dragonflight. Godswar (book 7) Nefarius has risen. She is implacable. Unstoppable. God after god is fallen and consumed, and each time the terrible dragon-goddess grows stronger. One possibility of victory remains. Aran, Nara, and Kazon discover their true purpose, left by the elder god Xal when he planned for his own demise. With this contingency they have one chance to oppose Nefarius. One chance to stop the goddess that will devour everything. Want to make your own characters? The Magitech Chronicles RPG system allows you to be part of the action long after you finish the books. Learn more at magitechchronicles.com or by googling Magitech Chronicles World Anvil

30 review for The Complete Magitech Chronicles: Books 1-7 in the Epic Space Fantasy Saga

  1. 4 out of 5

    ivy cook

    Awesome series Couldn't put it down! One of the most original universes I have ever come across, and I can't wait to try the game!

  2. 4 out of 5

    Mark

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Currently on book 6 of 7. The biggest issue I have with this series is the fact that the plot has to be shoehorned in at every opportunity. Every victory is immediately outshadowed by the enemy just getting their way whenever they want with little to no difficulty. Even when they "lose" they don't actually lose because it was part of the plan the whole time. The Ternis Marines are laughably stereotypical jar heads when the plot demands but suddenly become reasonable thinking leaders again when t Currently on book 6 of 7. The biggest issue I have with this series is the fact that the plot has to be shoehorned in at every opportunity. Every victory is immediately outshadowed by the enemy just getting their way whenever they want with little to no difficulty. Even when they "lose" they don't actually lose because it was part of the plan the whole time. The Ternis Marines are laughably stereotypical jar heads when the plot demands but suddenly become reasonable thinking leaders again when the plot demands, it makes LITTLE sense and feels completely forced. Admiral Nemits is the biggest perpetrator of this. Everytime Voria saves his ass he changes his opinion just long enough for him to get his ass in a hole again and suddenly he hates Voria because....plot demands it. It feels like the author is simply cobbling a story together as he goes instead of having a previously done plot. "What can I do to top what I just did...does it work with the story? Who cares!" Michael Bay Syndrome..... The random devolving into Poo jokes and such with Ekadra and the really terrible attempts at breaking the 4th wall are completely out of place in some odd attempt by the author to show how clever he is when it just comes off as cheap... It's an interesting series but it suffers from an author not knowing where he wants to take it. If you like bad B movies this series is great for you but it is a far cry from a great fantasy or scifi series. Check out Spellmonger or virtually any other LITRPG and you will see the complete difference in quality. Someone should have told the author the truth instead of feeding his ego. He is not a great author and his editor should be fired. The constant repeat of words in a sentence is really jarring. "He constantly twitched his eye constantly"

  3. 5 out of 5

    Bernadette M Profit

    Great Fantasy Science Fiction! A great adventure. Quite cruel and brutal at times but with some stoic humour thrown in for relief (survival?) which made it more real! Hard to visualise the scale of Gods/worlds and how they can function but the fun was in personal interpretation. Epic adventure and the entire set has served me well through these covid months! Also, gives one hope (fantasy?) that despite seemingly numerous powerful untouchable despotic leaders of worlds/nations/continents, they can Great Fantasy Science Fiction! A great adventure. Quite cruel and brutal at times but with some stoic humour thrown in for relief (survival?) which made it more real! Hard to visualise the scale of Gods/worlds and how they can function but the fun was in personal interpretation. Epic adventure and the entire set has served me well through these covid months! Also, gives one hope (fantasy?) that despite seemingly numerous powerful untouchable despotic leaders of worlds/nations/continents, they can be challenged/overcome/controlled by different peoples/species working together for peace and stability, if we could only educate and organise ourselves through the chaos being created causing our divisions! Wishful thinking!? Anyway, relax and enjoy the adventure, decide to be entertained and try not to bog yourself down too much, with any technicalities which may not fit snuggly into reality.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Tim Carbine

    Not Space Marines When I started the first book I worried that it was space Marines with magic. I am not a big fan of that kind of story. I prefer questing parties and epic fantasy quests. Turns out that is what I got. Once we got past that first little bit it turned into what I hoped for. An entirely different setting but true epic fantasy. The blending of tech made it that much better.ninhad to read it and listen to it as much as possible. I blazed through the series and am very happy to have a Not Space Marines When I started the first book I worried that it was space Marines with magic. I am not a big fan of that kind of story. I prefer questing parties and epic fantasy quests. Turns out that is what I got. Once we got past that first little bit it turned into what I hoped for. An entirely different setting but true epic fantasy. The blending of tech made it that much better.ninhad to read it and listen to it as much as possible. I blazed through the series and am very happy to have a great closing to the story. Definitely recommend to lovers of epic fantasy. Particularly if you like a little sci-fi flavor added in.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Barry Beaven

    Would have a five star review except for formatting issues which has led to repeated paragraphs which is only detraction. Good sci fi in a fully formed "world" books are available in different formats and could be this is a version issue. Chris is now on read list will be starting the next box set once I've finished some others that have been partially read for too long now.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Steve Sargent

    An epic tale Of treachery, fear, lies and deception...of goodness and evil, Warring gods and goddesses, some embracing light and love, some choosing darkness and death. All to be found in this chronicle of magic and technology. Humans, dragons, demons, and saints struggle to overcome their enemies and form a better way of life. A good read.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Michelle

    Wonderful universe building What a great series, I especially loved that I could read the whole thing in one book. A massive book, but still one where I can go thru the whole story without waiting for another episode to come out. Thank you for a week of engrossing reading.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Bob Truman

    A great mash up of sci-fi and fantasy Being more of a space fairing reader I was a bit reluctant to get into a massive 6 book series of magic dragons And space ships on and let's not forget demons but by the time I was half way through the first book I was hooked.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Glyder

    If only? Compelling story. I enjoyed rereading this from the beginning. The twists and turns were well thought out and the character building was excellent. Keep writing and I'll keep reading.

  10. 5 out of 5

    John Henninger

    That was quite a ride. I’m pretty much at a loss for words and don’t want to spoil anything. The character arcs are complete and unexpected from the beginning. You will love the true to life story arcs where people make mistakes, stumble, maybe even fall, but never quit.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Jim

    Truly Epic! I was thoroughly engrossed in this series. I couldn’t put it down. Characterizations were awesome. And the blending of magic and technology was very good to see. Thanks Chris, for an awesome series.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Jay Van Emmenis

    Thoroughly entertaining This is a series of books I was hard pressed to put down, I loved the story, the characters, the tech all of it. I hope there will be more. I will be looking for more from Chris Fox.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Ian Downing & Katherine Downing

    I was initially concerned that mixing tech and magic would be poor. How wrong I was. I was drawn in from the first chapters in the "look inside tab". At £0.99 for seven books it was a steal, made waiting in A&E bearable! Its really worth 4.5 stars. A very enjoyable romp. I was initially concerned that mixing tech and magic would be poor. How wrong I was. I was drawn in from the first chapters in the "look inside tab". At £0.99 for seven books it was a steal, made waiting in A&E bearable! Its really worth 4.5 stars. A very enjoyable romp.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Bruce Hevener

    Holy Smokes! At first i was apprehensive that a author could boast so much about a series! Then i read this series! As an avid RTS and RPG fan, this hit the spot!!! A mix of Magic, Technology, Dragons, and much more! You will not want to put this down!

  15. 5 out of 5

    Ashley Carper

    Wow what a series? Just you wait, it gets better and better! There are more twists and turns coming. I would recommend this Series to any Space Opera addicts I think you will like the characters..

  16. 4 out of 5

    Carol Darling

    Future world After leaving home world so long ago no one knows where it is anymore,what a concept Dragons who can shift are in charge. War is a way of life. Will humanity survive it all. Hard to put down,but take a couple breaks to digest all that happens. Good read.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Kevin Miller

    Space magic I’m not really in to space science fiction. If you are this would be a good read for you. I prefer apocalyptic stories. If i read about magic I like it to be wizards and knights. Even though this was a good story.

  18. 4 out of 5

    mikah

    Great read At first I wasn't sure how the author would blend scifi and fantasy, but it turns out this book is crafted into a totally believable and thoroughly enjoyable read.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Gary Stipe

    A very good start! A great read. Twists and turns every other page or so. It's a long read, but the end game was worth it!

  20. 5 out of 5

    Bill Bailey

    WOW!!! What a ride! The best series of stories I have read in decades! Strap in and hang on tight, this is well worth reading!

  21. 4 out of 5

    Don Gurath

    SyFy fan blown away by 1st fantasy book While it took a little while to get the hang of the magic stuff, it was defiantly worth the effort. Thoroughly enjoyed this book.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Diane Smith

    Epic Seven books that bring a universe to life. Thoroughly enjoyed the read and recommend it to fans of science fiction/fantasy.

  23. 5 out of 5

    michael murfet

    Just wow Easily one of the best reads ever, utterly captivating there needs to be loads more books. Loved them . .

  24. 5 out of 5

    Giovanni Ruiz

    With a read. Interesting characters, unique setting, good pacing. Definitely an interesting take on humans, dragons, gods and demons in space. Definitely worth a read.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Harland Dains

    I couldn't put it down, it captivated my attention and I wanted to keep reading. It made you feel like you were part of the action.

  26. 4 out of 5

    brian fraser

    Memorable characters A good story with good characters with plenty of time to learn more about them. Story is a little bit long but good.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Charles

    Spellbinding After I got into the first book I was hooked. I did want to quit reading. Chuck Ruff Loved it.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Brian Jordan

    Do not bother Even at free, this is a waste of money. The writing is tired, the characters one dimensional, and the plot ludicrous. Spend your precious time elsewhere.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Debra Kay Gerik

    Very good The Magitech Chronicles was an engaging read. Talk about magic. Explosive beyond words. Not many authors go all out in the magic department and it was appreciated..

  30. 4 out of 5

    Edward L Lubbers

    Pretty good Good story, enjoyable read. It grew tedious in a couple of places but it pulled it off. 3 more words

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