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Terrible Means by B. Mure


In the city of Ismyre, something is stirring…

An aristocratic businessman reveals the latest must have: a pillar of crystals that

when placed within a home allows for the creation of beautiful illusions and more

powerful spells to be performed. At the same time, Henriett, a disgraced biological

professor now studying botany in a town far away, feels the disquiet in the air as

specimens she has studied for years begin inexplicably dying out.

On travelling to Ismyre, to warn the current Prime Minister and council of an

imbalance within the world’s ecosystem and magic, she encounters a young

magician called Niklas who is there for a very different reason. Alongside a crew of

ex-academics and inhabitants of smaller surrounding villages, Henriett and Emlyn

work together to uncover the strange imbalance being created in the world.

Set years prior to B. Mure’s first graphic novella in this series Ismyre, Terrible

Means explores the motives and back story of the mysterious eco-anarchist

wizards and their terroristic, floral tendencies.

100 pages, Full Colour