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Apprentice Mistake : A Short Story Kindle Edition
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Teslanar, a curious young apprentice wizard, discovers a huge secret behind a hidden door. Although a young audience is likely to enjoy this engaging little story, the adult reader will probably find the writing a tad too simplistic, with a style that makes you feel like you are reading a detailed description of the story rather than the story itself. The story is also marred by several inconsistencies (e.g., being trapped in a hiding place by falling stalactites and then suddenly free with no explanation) and plot holes (e.g., an unexplained explosion and the head sorceress overlooking rips in the lead character's robes). Still, the story shows potential, could be significantly improved with just a little editing and rewriting, and has an ending that brings a smile.
Science fiction is one of my favorite genres. A lot of creativity has to go into books under that category, one of the reasons I love it. I wasn't bored while I read this, Tyler's writing style entertained me from start to finish. The main character Teslanar unknowingly endangers himself. He's a student who is studying to become a wizard. Curiosity during a study break is what lands him into a situation he never dreamed of. Tyler's descriptive words made me feel like I was there with Teslanar.
Just like most works of art, this book could use some light proofreading. Readers who are looking for fiction sans curse words and sexual content, this is a great option. I hope this review was helpful. Happy reading.
It's an entertaining short story, although too short for my taste, I'd really like to know how it goes on. The end invites the reader's imagination about how the story might go on and what secrets might be revealed about the situation Teslanar just experienced and what happened to his own magic. The environment and events are lively described and the writing style is easy to follow.