About Tok: Magick Tale
London, 1888. Kabbalists, wizards, and occultists are booming. The roman number MDCCCLXXXVIII contains thirteen numerals for the first time. It’s a year of opportunity for the Bond servants in the millenary secret war between adepts of the old religion and the Vatican Curia.
From Buckingham palace’s lavish halls, old queen Victoria and her young Hindi lover -The Munshi- are filling the blanks of a plan that will bring Magick back to the place where it belongs: public light. Scotland Yard is overwhelmed by the ripper’s crimes in Whitechapel, and socialism starts taking form, fueled by the ‘bloody Sunday’ aftermath. Meanwhile, Mabel, Gerard, and young Gandhi are ready for initiation.
Gerard Duprey will soon become the city’s wizard, and he is the master key of the plot that the hidden powers had long ago foreseen for the consolidation of the British Empire. Gerard, like Gandhi, is meant to become a peacemaker. His gift is the power to control any kind of conflict. For such purpose, he counts on Mabel Besant and Tok, the dragon of justice.
Tok is not a mythological being. He is quite real and very pneumatic -in the greek sense of the term. This dragon, all scales and bones, is the ominous keeper of the Bond and manages his own deep and inscrutable agenda. The magnetic creature will give full support to Gerard’s quest through a conflicted XXth century under the Munshi’s rule to understand what has happened with gold, for every single ounce of gold has mysteriously vanished from the face of the earth.
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Globetrotter, former Business Intelligence and strategy consultant EU-wide, a freelance journalist in Spain, entrepreneur, and experienced chef in South America. I am also another silent bearer of many yet unwritten books. Two fiction novels, three books of quotes, many articles… The road ahead is very long. Come and share the vision, the art, and the fun!