In a world where both magic and mathematics are forbidden, Raneh is growing magic and she can’t seem to stop. She’ll face the death penalty if anybody catches her, so she hides it in the weeds of her family’s land, pretending to be a typical eighteen-year-old heir. And it works.
Until the Ruler comes to visit.
Now, with the purpose of the Ruler’s visit a mystery and not only her safety but her family’s reputation in danger, she has to find a way to do the impossible:
Stop growing magic.
What are reviewers saying?
“The Keeper and the Rulership” is a delightful fantasy for readers of all ages. Author Emily Martha Sorensen has created a nicely done world in which people freely get to choose their roles – landowner, mathematician, vassal, magician – yet they have to follow strict rules for whatever role they pick. – Drebbles
This was a very unique read. I blew through this book. This world was so interesting that I cringed every time I had to put the book down. I just had to know what would happen next. – AlliesOpinions
I highly recommend this book for those love well-written feel good adventure stories, suitable for ages 5 to 120! – DeepThought
With an average of 4.4 stars this is a book you don’t want to miss!
About the author!
Emily Martha Sorensen is the author of The Keeper and the Rulership, Black Magic Academy, and the Fairy Senses series. She also writes and draws a webcomic that updates every Friday: To Prevent World Peace.
She has four adorable little monsters (*ahem* children), and her husband is magnificent, wonderful, and even a great writer in the bargain: he wrote the fantasy book Prophecy, and he has a second book forthcoming soon.