The Accidental Archmage - BOOK 3 (Books 1 & 2 on Kindle/Book One Sample Chapters Posted)

by soloflyte

Original Adventure Fantasy Anti-Hero Lead Magic Male Lead
Warning This fiction contains:
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An epic mythological fantasy on another world. With a modern twist.

Immerse yourself in a grand and dangerous adventure. In a world both familiar and strange.

A world where magic and gods still exist.

Meet deities, beings, and exiles from Earth’s pantheons. Encounter warriors, huskarls, satyrs, hoplites, dark and evil mages, and strange beings from myths of pre-history up to the age of iron.

Match wits with the likes of Loki, Zeus, Athena, Odin, Amun-Ra, Coniraya, Viracocha, and even Dionysus. Escape plots and schemes played by powerful gods of life and death.

Find the truth behind the dark and otherworldly beings from the Lovecraft mythos.

Play with dire wolves, drakontes, lamias, keres, amphisbaenae, a sphinx, ice giants, creatures of nightmares, empusas, gigas, minotaurs, vrykolakas, jotnar, dokkalfr, to name a few.

Survive being in the middle of wars between civilizations and races. Suffer the arrogance and stupidity of gods and men alike. Cross paths with beings who don’t like you. Thor, Ares, and the Incan death god Supay, to name three.

Be burdened with a quest to save yourself and your humanity in the brutal and primordial world of Adar.

A world where scientific pursuit will get you a lightning bolt or two. Probably five. All at the same time.

Book Three - BLOOD WARS

Continuing our lost mage's epic journey through the magical and extremely dangerous world of Adar.

Escaping the convoluted schemes of the Greek pantheon, Tyler finds himself with an old acquaintance, the Incan deity Viracocha.  His son, the sun god Inti, is dead. With the Aztecah Empire and its powerful pantheon of deities on the bloody road to more conquests, the deity asks for his help. A request he could easily refuse.

Except Viracocha is not alone is asking for his aid. Two other pantheons have made their presence known to the young mage. And the Egyptian deities are watching how he will decide the matter. To add to his burdened conscience, the rise and dominance of the Aztecah pantheon would mean a million or more new human sacrifices. Resulting in extremely overpowered bloodthirsty deities.

What's a newly minted Elder apprentice mage to do? Involve himself in a blood war?


Tyler's journey continues. New land, misadventures, friends, foes, skills, and knowledge. Confused encounters of the female kind.

More deities become aware of Tyler as he continues his quest to survive, reach his potential, and carry out his burden.

Amid convoluted plans designed by divine acquaintances of old and newly met gods, what's an ordinary guy from Earth to do?

The god of wine wants to be his friend. Ares and his sons are coming to say hello.


What if you fell through a crack in reality? Like those people disappearing in plain sight you've read about.

What if you find yourself in a strangely familiar world? A world full of Earth’s mythological beings, lost civilizations, and people from its primitive and brutal past? Where magical energy still exists. Where gods play games among themselves, with the fate of mortal men as pawns. A land where a sword is deadlier than a five-inch thick contract drawn by a hotshot lawyer. Would you survive?

That's Tyler West. Alone, lost and bewildered, the three moons in the sky made it clear he wasn’t on Earth anymore. It’s not a game. It’s real. And there's no coffee, pizza, fries, or his favorite show on HBO.

All Rights Reserved. 2017.

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Table of Contents
Chapter Name Release Date
INTRODUCTION TO BOOK ONE - Ragnarok Rising (CHAPTER I - Wet Beginnings) ago
Book III, PROLOGUE (2nd Part) - A Gathering of Bones ago
Book III, Chapter 1.0 Back to Fossegrim Forest ago
Book III, Chapter 1.1 A New Home? ago
Book III, Chapter 1.2 Plots and Schemes ago
Book III, Chapter 1.3 Mad Scientist ago
Book III, Chapter 2.0 Sparks ago
Book III, Chapter 2.1 A Deadly Learning Curve ago
Book III, Chapter 2.2 Visitor ago
Book III, Chapter 2.3 Tidings of War ago
Book III, Chapter 3.0 The Map ago
Book III, Chapter 3.1 Omens ago
Book III, Chapter 3.2 A Death in the Family ago
Book III, Chapter 3.3 To the Palace ago
Introductory Page of Book III ago
Book III, Chapter 3.4 The Gate ago
Book III, Chapter 4.0 A Surprise Meeting ago
Book III, Chapter 4.1 Magical Fires ago
Book III, Chapter 4.2 Freaking Birds! ago
Book III, Chapter 4.3 A Panicked Mage ago
Book III, Chapter 4.4 The Sons of Ares ago
Book III, Chapter 5.0 A Goddess Begs ago
Book III, Chapter 5.1 Small Talk ago
Book III, Chapter 5.2 The Leg of Zeus ago
Book III, Chapter 5.3 Way Over One's Head ago
Book III, Chapter 5.4 The New God of Battle ago
Book III, Chapter 6.0 Creature Surprise! ago
Book III, Chapter 6.1 Reflections ago
Book III, Chapter 6.2 A Storm Breaks ago
Book III, Chapter 6.3 Departures ago
Book III, Chapter 6.4 Tourists ago
Book III, Chapter 7.0 Windstorm ago
Book III, Chapter 7.1 A Strange Battle ago
Book III, Chapter 7.2 Baiting the Jaguar ago
Book III, Chapter 7.3 Call Me Saruman ago
Book III, Chapter 7.4 Bigger Fishes ago
Book III, Chapter 7.5 Retreat ago
Book III, Chapter 8.0 The Bridge ago
Book III, Chapter 8.1 Ground Tepolli ago
Book III, Chapter 8.2 Tag Team ago
Book III, Chapter 8.3 Cornered ago
Book III, Chapter 9.0 Pain. More Pain. ago
Book III, Chapter 9.1 Burn. ago
Book III, Chapter 9.2 The Unknown Temple ago
Book III, Chapter 9.3 An Idiot of a God ago
Book III, Chapter 10.0 The Four Gods ago
Book III, Chapter 10.1 Color Me Gone? ago

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Can only recommend the story so far. One of the best transported to Another world stories I have read. 

Written on a high level as a mixture between historical and fantasy story.

Super Varken
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Everytime i check back I'm left satisfied. I love how you portrayed the gods, unpredictability always gets me good. And what's better than an unpredictable god whp could turn you into ashes with less than a blink, no matter how op you become. Probably a mad god. Luckily you got us some of them.


Take the time you need. Post quality > posting frequency. Don't let us influence you too much. Your style is strong. Go hard.

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Old School Fantasy -- Castaway to a Land of Heroes and Legends

(Chapter 15 Review) The story begins with the MC falling into a lake on another world and saved from drowning by a mysterious female. Later he encounters Norse people and a culture like Pagan Scandinavia complete with the Old Norse Gods! The MC is a self-reliant individual, not particularly heroic but not a weakling either. There are no romantic elements as of yet, though the MC has met some powerful female beings that have looked on him with interest. As a story it reminds me of Old School works like L. Sprague de Camp and Fletcher Pratt's The Incomplete Enchanter or the more modern E. William Brown's Fimbulwinter(Daniel Black #1). The story with some polish and a good ending is a professional grade product.

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I see you are revising...

I like your story. It is interesting enough but after reading all chapters except like the last 4 of Book one, I couldn't continue anymore. I didn't want to write this review since I saw that you already rewrote much of this and I didn't want to potentially fuck up your flow. 

However, since you are revising, I am inclined to put some food for thought and tell you why I couldn't finish your story.


I liked your premise. 

I liked your grammar.

I liked your vocabulary (though you should always strive for more)


I didn't like your dialogue and exposition.


I feel that too much of your story is exposition upon exposition with more exposition. Too much exposition. 

The thing is, you don't always have to describe 90 percent of everything you talk about. I don't mean this just in the way of adjectives and how they look. I mean this in the way of content. 

When you describe say a building, FIRST ask yourself why you are even bothering to do so. 

Is this building important to the story? Is this building going to show an aspect of the story that you will build upon either immediately, in the middle of the story, or will you be foreshadowing something by describing it? 

Why should we the audience care about this building enough for you to invest space on your page to type words to describe it?

"If I completely removed the building from my story, will it actually have a significant impact on the story I am now writing about? Will it impact the story as a whole?"

That is a question you should be asking yourself.

I feel like this example represents much of your story in the aspect that too much is described and not enough is significant enough to actually care about. 


For me, it is hard to criticise this aspect of the story. For the longest time, I have had an issue with this but I don't completely understand why. 

Obviously you should AVOID EXPOSITION in excess within dialogues. 

Since I last checked, dialogue is a literary technique and should be treated as such for your writing.

Due to the fact that it is a technique, I would recommend you use that exercise I talked about in the exposition section such as:

-Why do I need this person to say this line?

-Would the absence change my story?

-Can I use this differently?

etc etc.

The only other big point I would recommend is that you should not treat dialogue as a means to make a conversation. 

I know that it is kinda contradictory to the point of dialogue but hear me out.

Since dialogue is a technique, it is something that affects the meaning of content. What is the content? It is essentially information that you convey to the audience. 

Instead of seeing linear dialogue where they simply feed info to the main character, try to add nuances to all aspects of the important characters.

If they are a simple villager, then don't worry.

If they are say Odin or important, then their dialogue should reflect their most important aspects. 

This is just an example

Say you have Loki. He is thought to be a trickster. For this reason, try to think of dialogue that may have Loki either:

-Outright lying to the main character which has direct impact later or immediately.

-Says only half truths that seem right at first but may cause problems later on.

-any variation of the above

etc etc.


These are the reasons why I couldn't give you the highest stars. I don't always write such a detailed review, but I care enough for this story to still have it bookmarked. 

I really hope my ideas made sense and you can actually make use of it to improve upon your story. I apologise for the subjectiveness of this review, but it's the only way I can express my opionions on this story. 

I hope you have fun writing and always improve as an author.


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At first one might think, that this story has a weird approach. But, I would like to emphasize the word "But", a couple of chapters down the track; you realize this is a 'diamond in the rough'.

5 stars mate, keep it rolling.

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Definitely worth a read; A cut above the rest

In terms of overall quality, much higher than the average on here.

If you like the idea of a Magic using Mc, running around in alternate world, with old world gods and getting up to mischeif. Then this book is definetely worth a read.

I defintely recommend checking this story out :D

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Overall/TL:dr: 6/5 

Great Story. The theme is a World where all Lore from eath, at least concerning gods, appears in realitly. The protagonist has to find himself in the mids of many different interests while slowly learning his place. 

Style: 5/5

The author tells his story in a way which facilitates reading. Havent seen anything distrubing me so far ( in a sense of stocking and having to think about what the author could possibly mean)

Grammar: 5/5

As english is just my second language my judgement might not be the best, but I havent noticed any flaws( this can be taken with a grain of salt).

Story: 5/5

Well the theme of the story is earthern mythology come to life in a different world/ is reality, experienced by a person originally from our normal earth wihtout any special skills who has to survive while being in the middle of the interesets of several powerful beings.

Character: 6/5

This is where the story really shines: The characters are well writen and, if you had a knack for gods since early childhood ( thx aoe: am) you will love it. 

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Like Daniel Black of Fimbulwinter by William Brown

This series REALLY reminded me of the Fimbulwinter series starring Daniel Black by William Brown. 


So if you liked Fimbulwinter, then you will DEFINITELY like this.  Sadly, the ONLY thing this lacks now is the good s*x stuff (side note, if you want to read Fimbulwinter, be has Adult themes too). Ok. Maybe this is the PG-13 version of Fimbulwinter? lol.

All in all, a good romp with an MC transported to a world of magic, minimal to no science, that is advanced enough to resemble magic can just as easily be called 'super high' science...muahaha...Magically Focused High Energy Light Amplication Super Energetic Resonance beams anyone?(per Elder naming methods) or we can call it a MASER beam...


Our MC is modern man stuck in ancient world. Gotta survive in the face of gods, magics and supernatural shenanigans. Just another day at the isekai romp! Good stuff. 


So if you like that kind of story, this is one for you bud. 



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This story deserves to be one of the top in the leaderboards in my opinion. It is very well written, to the point that I feel like I am not reading a story on RR, but a fantasy novel I purchased in store. The character could use some tweaks, maybe adding some details to his background on why he can get so mad or have the emotional outbursts he experiences, but otherwise it is well done. The story and plot are well written and planned out, and with how it's written leaves the reader not knowing what's going to happen, in a good way. There are few if any cliché scenes. The grammar is great, with only one or two errors in the whole story I've read so far. 


Thank you author for the wonderful journey Tyler experiences and please keep up the good work!

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Fresh take on classical fantasy

Fresh approach to classical fantasy convention.  Unique world with a twist.  World seen only through character's eyes. So far, no convenient overpowered protagonist. Makes one try to think the chapters through. Author sneaky enough to leave bits of information in chapters as released.

Appears to be a first time release in RRL. Interesting enough to warrant watching. Corrections in grammar and other usual errors needed though. Hope the experience is maintained.