- File Size: 637 KB
- Print Length: 315 pages
- Publication Date: May 5, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B071YX38WC
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #24,456 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Misfit Magic (Misfits Book 1) Kindle Edition
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Top customer reviews
1. Excellent world building
2. Good/great dialogue.
3. Intrigue! Daring do! Boobies! (more of the boobies than the other two really).
Fun fast paced read that draws one in with some good twists and turns.
The "Dragons" of this book are well.. everyone. Highly enjoyed some of the takes on the "school of magic" trope as well. Also well done was the season change. Winter being the longer days instead of our world.
A lot of good stuff and fast development of many parts of the book. Did not leave me at all bored and I ran this book through pretty quickly.
Reminds me of the "Bookworm" series by Christopher G. Nuttall in some ways but with a better sense of humor and fun than those books. And considerably more adult than those as well.
It'll be neat to see how this series fleshes out. Teasdale does have so many series rolling now that I do wonder when he'll get back to this one.
However, the attention to detail in the writing is very good. Like, using full names all the time, and the way he highlighted the dark side of the setting was well done - highly stratified society, with abuse & sexism being common, and the consequences of barring ‘dark’ spirits from crossing into the ‘happy hunting grounds,’ was well done, in my opinion. I nice poke at the source material.
The magic system seems to be very much like the one in Thaumatology – with demons (or in this case, dark spirits that never crossed into the afterlife) providing extra magic power in exchange for power over you.
Truthfully, the story is a bit basic, and the character is Mr. Teasdale’s typical ‘enormously’ gifted, talented, hot, lesbian (but bi-inclined), orphan. The sexscapades were a bit over used, but thankfully there is actually not a lot of detail, it’s just mentioned a lot. So, not too bad.
So, basically I think this is a good start to a series – as long as you are ok with poking fun of the Ponies, and Bronys.
I like the world and the characters. There is a huge potential here and we will see how it goes. It is already decided that I will buy the next book in the series.
Thank you and now on to the next work.