The beauty of being in control of one’s own destiny is how we are able to take the time to do things right. With Malmaxa II – The Pilgrimage, I chose to take as long as necessary with the editing in order to ensure I’m satisfied with the results. Editing is finally done. Those readers who’ve finished Beltamar’s War and wish to continue with the tale no longer need to wait to once again walk alongside Malmaxa’s inhabitants.
Do good things come to those who wait? I hope you’ll find they do. If you haven’t already done so, subscribe. To make subscribing worth your while I’ll include one of my favorite sections from Beltamar’s War in the announcement post. The Pilgrimage is available and the links in the images below are now active. You can read the post about it here.
Meanwhile, Malmaxa is a single, complex tale with no repetition. Though past events are seldom revisited, they form the foundation upon which current events build. As such, the series is intended to be read in a linear fashion. Reading it out of sequence will inevitably spoil your enjoyment, and likely render a complex tale incomprehensible.
For those reasons, I have chosen not to include the start of The Pilgrimage in this sample page.
Malmaxa II – The Pilgrimage picks up precisely where “Beltamar’s War” concluded. It continues the story of the Seizen as they begin the journey to Malmaxa, as compelled by the Third of the Immutable Laws of the Gods, “Six times shall you be in a place of conception, beneath Malmaxa.”
Rejoin Rethga, Liaju, Eden, Daniskira and the rest of Jalgar’s family as they prepare for the gathering of all Seizen, everywhere, in a single place. At the Convocation.
Follow Faroene, Mithial, and Tian as they struggle to catch Ripkira before time runs out.
See Shadrak and the Warriors of the elite rear guard, trapped by unrelenting storms which prevent them from beginning The Pilgrimage.
Watch the threads begun in Beltamar’s War converge. Behold the tapestry that is Malmaxa continue to form.
In Malmaxa every action, good, bad, or indifferent bears a cost. Will the Convocation present an opportunity to settle all debts?