Power Rises

By R.M. Willis

Fantasy | Paperback, eBook


5,000 years after the Eugenics War a genetically engineered warlock named ancoth unleashes a dark power that destroys his family and changes the very world in ways he can’t possibly comprehend. Only 9 years old, he’s adopted and raised by the Archmage Grecrum. When he reaches adulthood Rancoth is sent on a journey to repair the damage he has done. He will have to battle demons, dragons, giants, and himself. He will fall in love with a beautiful shape-shifting princess, and he will be pursued by the last living vestiges of the human race. Their master bent on controlling the ancient technology Rancoth finds hidden in his parent’s abandoned home.



R. M. Willis‘ mother first introduced him to the speculative fiction world when he was still a small child. His understanding of the world around him grew through the works of J.R.R. Tolkien, Piers Anthony, and Robert Silverberg. At a very young age he knew he wanted to write. His first story was published by his second grade teacher, when he was 7; A rousing tale about how the Easter Bunny stole his carrot. His first book “Power Rises” was published by Burning Willow Press in early 2015. He currently resides in Colorado with his wife and two children, where he is working on the second book in his "Ways of Power" series.


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R. M. Willis‘ mother first introduced him to the speculative fiction world when he was still a small child. His understanding of the world around him grew through the works of J.R.R. Tolkien, Piers Anthony, and Robert Silverberg. At a very young age he knew he wanted to write. His first story was published by his second grade teacher, when he was 7; A rousing tale about how the Easter Bunny stole ...


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