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The Mage's Grave: Mages of Martir Book #1 by [Cerepaka, Timothy L.]
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Length: 359 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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Editorial Reviews

From the Author

This book is the first in the new sequel series to my Prince Malock World series of novels, which are also available on Amazon in ebook and trade paperback.

About the Author

Timothy L. Cerepaka writes fantasy and science-fiction stories as an indie author. He is the author of the Prince Malock World fantasy novels, the Mages of Martir fantasy novels, and the Two Worlds science-fantasy novels. He lives in Texas.

Product Details

  • File Size: 941 KB
  • Print Length: 359 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Annulus Publishing; 1 edition (March 9, 2015)
  • Publication Date: March 9, 2015
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00UGLSB9A
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  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #10,010 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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This book has great potential, not for three things: an abrupt ending obviously designed to sell the next installment; too many faulty word and tense choices; and much redundancy within sentences. The word choices and redundancy caused reading backups to attempt to clarify the intent of the author. With all the backups and rereading I feel as though I read the thing twice. Nice world building. Decent character development. An interesting plot. With a good editor, this book shows great potential.
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Let me start by saying that part of my favorite sentence in this book was "...as they circled each other like squabbling tiger lions." I think with just that one line you can see how this book is written. As other reviewers have said there are plenty of grammatical problems and this definitely needs an editor.

I think what I really dislike most about this book was that it was written in such a way that you'd hear most people thoughts along the lines of "Hey I should tell so and so about this and that" then in the next line or paragraph they would actually say "Hey so and so let me tell you about this and that."

This could be a much much better book, it just needs a good editor (and if it already had one they should be fired and a new one found)
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Love this book. It has all the right elements to make a great story. Strong and interesting characters that make you feel as if you knew them personally.
Cannot wait for the continuation of this series.
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I only got as far as the first few pages. It seems like it would be interesting. However, it was poorly written and edited. Grammar errors abound and sentence structure is poor. The author introduces concepts without explaining what they are or giving context clues to help the reader understand. I am sure clarity would come with time, but I am not willing to put that much time into something unedited. That being said, this author shows a vast amount of potential. I applaud anyone that can stick to writing a book until it is "finished" (I say finished, not polished). It takes a lot of effort to write and not many people can make it until the end. The cover art is brilliant and greatly influenced my want to read this book.

P.S. I know there are probably grammatical errors in this post. People make mistakes. This piece is not a published work. It is a forum post for all intents and purposes. If this was a published work, I would make sure that it was edited and error free.
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Despite the outcry over editing here - which can be easily fixed and didn't bother me for a free download - the story was a delightful romp. It's quite a typical fantasy, yet the protagonist is different in being a mature, if coddled starter kit: at least we weren't served with the usual farm boy trope. Even though there are many nods to convention there are some differences, which reveal themselves slowly as the tale unfolds. The ending was a cliff-hanger-cum-teaser which leaves it open for the next part. Let's hope Cerepaka doesn't go with a predictable resolution.

I agree with other reviewers that this could have been a better book, but that book is already there, lurking under the surface. Once the typos are cleaned up in future editions and sequels, should be great.

The Martyr and the Prophet (The Lost Testament Book 1)
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As good as it was, it was definitely confusing when you first started reading the book. I loved it but wish the author would have written it in a different style. If someone were to want to get this book I would definitely recommend it.
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By Jane on January 4, 2016
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I read the first two chapters and decided that despite the fact that this book should be right for me, it isn't and I am not interested in the rest of the story.
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Excellent read i enjoyed the suspense and the fact it was full of surprises! It moves at a steady pass and all the characters are very well developed!
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