- File Size: 3281 KB
- Print Length: 364 pages
- Publisher: Alexander Publishing (September 17, 2014)
- Publication Date: September 17, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00NOAZIA0
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #14,496 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Reishi Adept (Sovereign of the Seven Isles Book 7) Kindle Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
I have enjoyed every book in the series and this was an excellent climax to the story - the resolution of each part was imaginative and had me on the edge of my seat - many time I could not put the book down without being anxious for the next time I would be able to pick it up again...other times I had to put the book down to process what I just read.
I became very attached to everyone in the series and hope to see future books that include them. David - you are an EPIC fantasy author. I will be following your career closely. Thank you for sharing your vision with us.
Anyways, to the book review. Reishi Adept is BY FAR the best of the series, with the ***SPOILER ALERTS*** restoration of the vitalwoods, Alexander and Isabel's eventual child, everything. Plus, on the twisting, crazy rollercoaster to the end, he leaves his readers guessing who will die, live, conquer, be conquered, everything. I don't think there was one time in the book where I wasn't sitting on the edge of my seat, wondering if all of Alexander's problems would get worked out. However, there is one small critique: I think that Luminessence becomes a bit too much of an overpowered tool; however, it's use and the way it fit into the story to make it seem normal was well played.
Hats to you, David A. Wells, for being one of the BEST authors I have read. Thank you for an amazing series.
P.S. You should write a sequel with Darius. :D
Of course it's hard not to to like the main good characters and feel their pain, while ending up feeling drawn and aligned to some of the supporting characters and downright shed some tears when supporters such as Cassandra, Ttrajan and Anatoly exited. I was driven because I couldn't wait and I certainly cheered when the bad characters got their payment.
If you love a good fantasy with magic, jump on this series. If this will be your first time delving in this world of make believe, you are on a good start.
My only gripe is that the recognition for contributors such as the witches and wyvern riders were not pronounced in the epilogue, however, five stars is worthy of the series and five plus for book seven.
the two evil armies, especially since he's not a wizard. The last quarter of the book is packed with plenty of excitement. It's often hard to predict what will happen next, as you read this book. I can hardly wait to read the
first book in the upcoming trilogy called The Dragonfall.