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Plea of Avanda (Altered Creatures) (Volume 6) Paperback – November 8, 2015
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The author of this series, Anthony G. Wedgeworth, grew up with learning disabilities and was frequently placed in special classes while being told he was either lazy or stupid. In high school it was discovered that he had severe dyslexia, but the school systems didn’t know how to teach students with such issues. Fighting this challenge, Anthony went on to become an Industrial Engineering Manager, VP of Engineering, and President of various companies. He has owned his own companies and is currently part owner and President of a large Wisconsin based Personal Care company specializing in providing services to Developmentally Disabled, Frail/Elderly/Dementia, brain trauma individuals, and many more who have special needs.
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There were many times during Plea of Avanda (as well as the entire series) where I have laughed out loud or gasped because of something that happened. I for one love when an author creates moments like this.
By the end of this final book there are a lot of questions answered. For instance, I now know why Gluic knows things she shouldn't know.
I completely recommend this series to anyone who likes reading fantasy or sci-fi books. The only thing I don't like is that I cannot read more about these fantastic characters until the next series begins. For now I will have to settle for rereading them. :)
Wedgeworth answers all the questions I had about the leading characters and the reason Thorik Dain, the protagonist in the series, began his journey into history five books ago. The book is full of surprises, and the battle scenes are awesome. I believe Wedgeworth is one of the very best writers of action scenes in the writing business today. And, as usual, he made me laugh out loud at times.
Wedgeworth wrapped up the series brilliantly. He amazes me with his imagination and the way he keeps the storyline moving with dozens of strange characters moving in and out.
Thorik Dain, the protagonist in the series, is a likeable character, and is easy to relate to as he has to overcome many faults, similar to all of us in life, plus battle the evil that is out to destroy civilization. I like him because he is small in stature, but brave beyond words. His lack of size does not hinder him in his battle against evil in an entirely new world that includes altered beasts, demons, dragons, and the undead. He doesn’t do it alone, as he has friends who can do things no human can including a very friendly giant who is my favorite. And he has a flying dragon of his own.
I heartily recommend this entire series beginning with book one, Fate of Thorik, especially if you enjoy fantasy or sci-fi books.
This final chapter of the story answers those questions—even the ones some readers may not have asked.
If you've read the previous volumes, you will really like this last one. If you have not, but you like fantasy fiction and large fantasy worlds of both space and time, then you'll probably enjoy the entire series. I did.