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The Mages of Bennamore (Brightmoon Book 3) Kindle Edition
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'Pauline M. Ross is a master at creating multidimensional characters that you will be rooting for as you dive into her intelligent and highly creative plots. This book was a page turner that quickly evaporated any respect I had for the next day as I stayed up later and later to find out what happened next.' - - J R Boles, author of Bringer of Light.
From the Author
- The Plains of Kallanash
- The Fire Mages
- The Mages of Bennamore
- The Magic Mines of Asharim
- The Fire Mages' Daughter
- The Dragon's Egg
- The Second God (Sequel to The Fire Mages' Daughter)
- Findo Gask's Apprentice
- The Dragon Caller
- The Return of the Mages
- ASIN : B00VZ4HSXW
- Publisher : Sutors Publishing (May 15, 2015)
- Publication date : May 15, 2015
- Language : English
- File size : 2932 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 383 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #643,284 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
- Customer Reviews:
Top reviews from the United States
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While some of the plot twists are obvious, just when you think you have it figured out, something unexpected sneaks up and takes you by surprise. And those twists you figured out? Yeah, they have their own sharp turns down the road until, all of a sudden, you are in brand new territory and rushing to figure out what comes next.
A definite must read for lovers of other words, magic, love and family stories, and stories of good triumphing over bad, as long as they are sufficiently complex to keep you from putting the book down!
The novel is intelligent, complex,a little twisty, and continues past the first obvious stopping point. I found it tremendously satisfying and look forward to reading more by this author and in this universe.
The age of the heroine was not the last surprise. They continued right up to the last page of the book. I don't intend to recap the events but will simply say that the world building was superb and interesting, the majority of the characters were interesting and well developed, and there is romance, but with plenty of bumps in that road. I'll read more in the series.
But if what you like is light predictable fantasy with a touch of romance, this is your story.
A little bit of magic, a little, romance, a touch of dragon watching.
Top reviews from other countries
Fen quickly became my favourite protagonist of the series by feeling very much like a real person. She doesn't have any magical abilities, (at least until she meets the titular mages), and her skeptical personality makes her relatable and easy to like. As the mysteries and drama unfolds, I found myself drawn into the story and quite keen to know how it would all end. While I found the pace of the final third to be a little slow, everything comes to a satisfying conclusion.
If you're after an elegantly written fantasy romp sprinkled with a good dose of romance, then I'd find The Mages of Bennamore (and both previous stories) easy to recommend.
How great was it to read a book without all the obligatory spelling/grammar mistakes too! That was a refreshing bonus. I shall certainly look out for ore from this author.
Well done, Pauline Ross! I'm now a committed fan.