The Octunnumi does not exist. Fosbit and any files relating to a Fosbit do not exist. The Tarelen people’s that protect and provide sanctuary for the Avitens of the Fethrist are not real. The abilities of the Tarelen people with their heightened skills living in their Utopian world are myth, their purpose here mere tales; rumours of their reincarnations enabling them to live many lives… ridiculous!
And there is definitely no magic. None at all. No, really, there isn’t. Magic is not a thing.
There are also no hidden worlds or mythical beings coexisting just out of sight.
Equally, there are no secret access points to these hidden worlds that don’t exist, and there is no ‘unfinished business from the past’ that is set to destroy anything.
There is no disaster looming.
Anyway, regardless of any potential threat that may or may not be present, this publication, The Octunnumi
and any reference to any other beings is a work of fiction.
And for the record, Scariodintts, should they exist, are perfectly lovely beings whose purpose in life is grossly misunderstood.
The main reason why I bought this book was because I saw it on TikTok and the mystery behind the book.
With this being the prologue it set up the rest of the series really well. It did take me a bit to get into the story, only really getting interested after the first 100 pages.
The characters are really interesting and I love Trad and Reig, not only are they twin brothers but their personalities as well. There is a wide range of different characters and even species in this world I loved how we got a glimpse of a fair few of them in the prologue.
I found it easier not refer to the pronunciation guide and just look at it after finishing the book.
This series is apparently going to be 12 books long with the author currently writing the next book. I am definitely interested in seeing where this series goes.
Overall I enjoyed the story and will continue with the series when they get released as I am curious to see where it goes.