- File Size: 4657 KB
- Print Length: 446 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Zebadee Publishing (February 19, 2017)
- Publication Date: February 19, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01MQMJM7Y
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- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #648,910 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Avis Blackthorn: The Map of Infinity (The Wizard Magic School Series, Book 3) Kindle Edition
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I know some think that it is reminiscent of Harry Potter, but to quote Agatha Christie/Hercule Poirot, there is nothing new under the sun...and I enjoy reading Simmonds, so for me, as always, it is 5 stars.
Not Kindle Unlimited, think it might be permafree. Avis Blackthorn and the Ring of Enchantment (An Avis Blackthorn Magical Adventure, Prequel Book 0), Avis Blackthorn: Is Not an Evil Wizard! (The Wizard Magic School Series, Book 1), Avis Blackthorn and the Magical Multicolour Jumper (The Wizard Magic School Series, Book 2) Avis Blackthorn: The Map of Infinity (The Wizard Magic School Series, Book 3)
was ku, now seems to be not doing series any more, and are at least for now all free, including
Not a standalone book as each book/prequel builds upon it's predecessor; but an excellent series for those not bothered by incompleteness/interruption ...
Jack Simmonds, author of this series, has written a deeper and more challenging story as Avis ages a year in each book. It is subtly done, but becomes quite apparent in this current book. I am impressed by this, as my first reading of the first book annoyed me to no end. My first copy of the book did not have the warning page, written by Avis apologizing for any mistakes he made in his writing of his journal. On a second read-through, the page was there. (One of those updating magical things books do.) Then, the misspelled words made a lot more sense to me! Simmonds has also added new spellings for words that mean the same thing in the magical world and the "Outside" world, but the new spelling denotes its' use in only the magical world. It's quite a clever tool. Watch for them when you read; I enjoyed them.
For me, this is the best yet. It's a fun and intriguing read. I am always trying to guess the end, but have failed every time. Give this series a go! Reading in order is recommended as this is a different magical world than portrayed by other writers. That is the fun in reading magical-themed books; each author can make their own magical worlds, rules, and characters. This series has grown on me! I read the prequel through the next two out of curiosity, this one because I wanted to for its' own sake, and I will get the next one because I want more! I like Simmonds' magical world, Avis, and his friends! Give it a chance; betcha you'll fall for them, too!
Memo to authors: Do not put your personal political opinions in a book UNLESS they are an integral part of the storyline. In the case of this book, it was not an intergral part, just added because the author wanted to express them.
The biggest fault in the book was that it kept jumping around with no attempt to transition. I kept having to go back and re-read thinking that I had missed something. This confusion prevents the reader from being able to imerse themself in the book.
The last part of the book was very good, much in the style of the first book. The book almost seemed like different authors had written different parts of the book.
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