- File Size: 2880 KB
- Print Length: 303 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: ABAM.info (January 6, 2017)
- Publication Date: January 6, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01N9KDABO
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #266,726 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Shadowmancer (The Circle Book 1) Kindle Edition
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Many people search for a book with good intrigue, characters that engage, and a storyline that is credible. That is constant features in all the books from this author, and he always delivers that in abundance. The HUGE PLUS comes in a form of a treasure trove of uniquely varied, brilliant stories.
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Lee Isserow gives the fantasy buff everything they crave, a secret Illuminati agency protecting the Earth from Arcane threats with a hero who's equal parts, Harry Potter and Harry Dresden. Jules is that mage, master of an eclectic sorcery he has to rise to meet the threat of Cthulhu's Loins (you didn't expect the whole demon, did you? C'mon it's just the book). Jules has enough on his plate after he finds out his hero is the biggest disgrace in the Circle's history! If you like magic, shadowy organizations and Elder Gods of the universe, this is your book.
So caught up in the magic aspect. The circle is a behind the scenes fixer for all magic to hide from the mundane.
A nasty Djinn has reappeared and the circle needs help from
a shadow adept. Who doesn't want anything to do with them.
Reluctantly he helps and events unfold that you didn't see coming. This tale is very well done. Fast pace. Good characters. World building is very well done.
So luckily book #2 is available.
Happily jumping right into the next episodes which deals with dreams. Should be interesting.
Mostly this tale is paranormal. Only reference to MM is that the family is two guys and a kid.
A good read.
Stupid. Secondly, bad fiction; words used sound nice but don't mean what the writer thinks, and sometimes the opposite of what is intended.
"he walked up and down until he found the scrawled up black card the homunculi had handed him. . ."
Scrawled means "written hurriedly, messily"
The writer means crumpled. There are many, many similar mistakes. He also uses "adept" as a noun to mean an area of magical expertise like a shadow adept but that is not how it is used. He says "my adept is shadow." The writer tries to put his own spin on a magical world but his failed attempts at using words whose meanings he does not know, and his attempts to force a new vocabulary on us made this book a chore to read.
I sincerely think the writer has promise, but needs to rethink his approach, find a better and honest proofreader and editor and not try as hard to be unique.