- File Size: 955 KB
- Print Length: 381 pages
- Publisher: Dingo Dog Publishing; 5 edition (January 19, 2014)
- Publication Date: January 19, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B006UY82K0
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #289,680 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I promised if his book continued to progress well I would give five stars...And man has it progressed.
Considering all that has gone on in Azericks life. It seemed a no brainer that he would wind up creating an orphanage/academy.
The way he keeps bringing the strange and unusual into his household is often hilarious!!
The goblin Grick is the perfect ratman/keeper at the castle and the scene with the hoard was hilarious!!!.
Keep up the good work!!!
Even thouhg there was less kill them all and let the goddess of death sortthem out in this book it developed the characters and there was fun!!!!
- Writing is decent with good character development. He stays true to his orginal characters and although they gain in their roles you don't see anyone really change.
- Some nice touching scenes of rescuing the down trodden and who doesn't like that.
- A good progression of the school with it making logical transition.
- Main character stays interesting and is fun to read about.
- Children act like idiots. I hate this all the children share a trait that just makes them annoying think of the child you really want to leave your home and that is what they act like. It is unrealistic and annoys the hell out of me I know children act better than that and given that many of them have lived on the streets they would have a more mature outlook. This was a main sticking point for me every scene with the kids made me cringe.
- The side stories could of been smaller I found myself dreading them as they take pages and pages.
- The characters do not change a lot from the first book sometimes this is good sometimes this is bad. If you really like a character like the main one then it is good but is you hated a character expect them to remain so.
Overall it was enjoyable and I will read the next one I dearly hope he goes back to writing children in the same way he did the first one and not continue in this vein otherwise I know I will be skimming the book and not really reading it.
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