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- Print Length: 310 pages
- Publication Date: November 16, 2015
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B0184DJ87K
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Anyways, great job as always! We see Conrad and friends grow more as they finally go to magic school. I like the whole vibe of going to classes and taking time to learn magic since it stands out from Justin's experience who couldn't get a moment's rest. I also liked learning a bit of Overworld lore such as the concept of the anchored world and more about the sirens - who knew there was one so near this whole time!
And it this part may seem a bit Harry Potter-ish, but I like the whole idea of formalizing spells - ie, here's a specific spell to do a specific result such as lighting a fire, creating wind, etc. On the downside, what happened to all the magic technology? During Justin's stories, magic was all about programming complex code on their staves/wands. So suddenly seeing here where magic is all about proper wand flicks was quite the let down.
Speaking of being Harry Potter-ish, their school life is too Harry Potter - trio of friends with an arch nemesis and his lackeys. Snobby professor that hates his guts. The wise old man school principal. Becoming the broomstick sport hero. The list goes on. Although, I do like that broomstick sport, with the incorporation of magic in the game.