THE WATER MAGE’S DAUGHTER epic now comes with a GLOSSARY
If you’re unsure what a periapt is, or what a hierophant does, the new Glossary for The Water Mage’s Daughter will speed your reading along. At 13,000 lines (512 pages) Odds Bodkin’s high fantasy epic poem is filled with hundreds of what the poet calls “wonder words.” Some are archaic, but they’re proper English words. Others are simply legitimate terms within rare topics, like “ylem”. Ylem is defined as the primordial matter in the universe at the moment of the Big Bang.
At 18 pages, the Glossary is mapped to the text, so as you read, if you do come across a word you don’t know, its definition is right there at your fingertips.
Learn the definitions of:
and more wonder words.
“The words were singing in my head.”–Dean Emmerson, reader