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After the first book in this YA series ‘Wizard’s Rise’, book 2 ‘Wizard’s War’ was an action-packed tale of epic fantasy and one I really enjoyed. Things take a more laid back approach with book three featuring a little less action but a whole lot more mystery and some truly interesting characters. The two queens are both very different from each other, Queen Sarah seems much more accommodating of our two heroes, whilst queen Raaheel is very short tempered and shrouded in mystery. The chamberlain Gembert is a difficult character to pin down in that he seems torn between his love for queen Sarah and his role in the kingdom. He is also very mysterious and cunning, though he does reveal a different side later on in the book. Mykal is becoming much more confident with his magic and has done away with the ‘I don’t want all this responsibility’ stuff that featured in the first book. Blodwyn continues to be a father figure to him, offering council and guidance and he can still kick some serious butt, though it feels as if time is beginning to catch up with him.
The focus on solving the mystery of the disappearances is intriguing and the revelation at the books close suggests that the series might be moving into darker territories in the future, much to my delight. ‘Queens of Osiris’ is another good read in the series. The book isn’t as long as the previous two and works well because of it. Everything is tied together nicely and like I said earlier there are more adventures to come. Tomasso’s writing is clear and uncluttered. There is more than enough meat on the bones of the characters and the pacing is great. All in all if you are looking for a YA epic fantasy series to get stuck into then the ‘Severed Empire’ series should put a smile on your face.
When a young women calapses practically on his doorstep, she tells him that she has been sent to find the wizard by the Q. ueens. Mykal is excited about going on an adventure, and along with the young lady, Geneva, and his mentor, Blodwyn, they are off to see the Queens. This is the third book in thee series and I admit that I have not yet read the first two but I am looking forward to reading them. So if you like a little sci-fi, a lot of magic and some adventure, then this is definitely the series for you.