Tochter des dunklen Waldes28. August 2018
Die weiße Königin31. August 2018
The granite of the mountain gives eternal life to the nobility. The price: the separation of the soul from the body, for only spirits are immortal… Count Golar sets off on the journey that everyone assumes will be his last. He is expected to leave the world behind him at the age of 50 and go into the mountain. Once more he wants to see the beauty of forests, meadows and rivers. He is accompanied by the painter Quilûn, whose paintings are intended to bring comfort to the caverns that no spirit can leave.
But the journey is dangerous. Insurgent and hostile empires want to break the power of the mountain. And also in the native palace the intrigues begin around the succession on the count’s throne – because if the count gives up his body, the husband of his only daughter will inherit. And she is still unmarried… In this reading with audience discussion Robert Corvus presents his novel Berg der Macht (Mountain of Power) on MagicCon 6.
MagicCon 3 | Reading | Berg der Macht – book cover
Lecturer: Robert CorvusDuration: 60 min - The Lecture will be held in: german
With Robert Corvus
we welcome one of Germany's most successful fantasy authors at MagicCon 3
. Currently Berg der Macht
is the prelude to his new fantasy series. Titles like Drachenmahr
, Die Schattenherren
and Die Schwertfeuer-Saga
preceded it. He also writes for the world's greatest science fiction series: Perry Rhodan
. Together with Bernhard Hennen, Robert adapts one of the basic adventure campaigns of the role play The Dark Eye
, Die Phileasson-Saga
, as a twelve-part series of novels.
Robert has been a full-time writer since 2013. Before that, writing was a hobby and sideline for 25 years. During this time, novels appeared under his pseudonym Bernard Craw in the universes of BattleTech
and The Dark Eye
Robert was a soldier, management consultant and project manager in international corporations. He backpacked around the world, went on pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela and taught karate. After stations in Münster and Sindelfingen, he now lives in Cologne.
(Picture credits: Gustav Kuhweide, Cologne)