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The Coven Initiates (The Necromancer Wars Book 1) by [Wesley Lowe]

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About the Author

Wesley Lowe is a graduate of the Rochester Institute of Technology. He was raised in the town of Brighton, New York and pursued a higher education at Mansfield University, Pa, and then transferred to the Rochester Institute of Technology. He has graduated with an Associates degree in Electrical Technology and a Bachelors Degree in the Physical Sciences. He has been a Fantasy and Science Fiction fan since High School.

The Griffin's Gauntlet is the prologue novel for the series, The Necromancer Wars. The Coven Initiates has just been released as the first book in The Necromancer Wars. Look for the third book, titled The Royal Quests, due out soon. --This text refers to an alternate kindle_edition edition.


This is the mystical tale of good and evil in the land called The Pix. Within The Pix are many realms in which kings and knights abound, and are governed independently. However when the forces of evil invade The Pix, these realms unite in an attempt to dispatch the intruders. Also in The Pix are the witches of wiccan magic, the sorceresses of black magic and the enchantress of faerie magic. Sharon of The Other World uses the Griffin's Gauntlet to defeat madman Bain the Dragon King and brings peace to The Pix. Justin of Kurault resurrects the Knights of the Citadel as the King of Kurault. But there is a lot more to this story, and the open ending will have you yearning for more from Wesley Lowe.

4 out of 5 Stars

-Official Review, Richie's Pen Tips & Reviews

What a delightful book for those who enjoy the world of fantasy! To quote from the book's back cover; "The ancient witch Olden Jade and her young charge, Sharon of the Other World, establish the Blackwoods Coven with the intention to spend the rest of their days in solemn worship of the Goddess. . . but peace is shattered when a diabolical act of regicide occurs and a bloody coup follows. War is declared to avenge this treachery. . ."

Mr. Lowe does a great job of developing his characters and fitting them into the plot of the story. Sharon, the human initiate, had been mysteriously pulled into this world from her home in New Jersey and is making the best of her situation. The characters of fantasy throughout the book are well imagined and given distinct personalities for their function in the story.

The only negative aspect is this book comes to and end with so many loose ends left undone that it leaves the reader literally hanging, hopefully, until the next book comes off the press. Mr. Lowe probably should have brought the story more to a close while leaving a few small openings for the continuation. However, again, I would recommend this book to anyone with a flair for the fantasy!

Rating: 5 out of 5 stars!

-Official Review, MidWest Book Review --This text refers to the paperback edition.

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