- File Size: 1022 KB
- Print Length: 348 pages
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- Publisher: Dingo Dog Publishing; 4 edition (January 19, 2014)
- Publication Date: January 19, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B007X96GP4
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Book Plot Line Development: Average
Copy Editing: Average
Detail: Very Good
Although this book is listed as being part of the Sorcerer's Path series, it is more about forwarding the plot line of the series than about Azerick himself. This will disappoint some readers due to the lack of emphasis on the world's main protagonist. If, however, you look past that and see the rest of the story, it is a great boon to the universe as a whole. There is heavy foreshadowing in this story about what will come in the near future of the series. The emphasis on other key figures of this world in this novel helps bring the whole together in the next few books.
The development of the other characters was well done and I can now relate to them on a more personal level. Plus the author threw in a couple of sneekers just to keep us on our toes. One them was HUGE. I never saw it coming. The pacing in the book was a bit rushed as Mr. Deskins packed a great deal of development in this tale. This novel could have been expanded and split into two novels but that would have aggravated the issue of Azerick being a bit player instead of a major figure.
Overall, I really enjoyed this book and recommend the series as well as this particular novel to fans of high fantasy. Just remember that this isn't all about the main protagonist and you should enjoy it just fine.
Amazing story with all the elements you expect in a great fantasy book. Loads of magic, fantasy races, and battles to keep you reading. The story has enough twists and turns to keep me guessing. A must read for the fantasy lover, it reminds me of a World of Warcraft story in a book. I also love the fact that characters die and none not even the main characters are safe from death. All 8 books are 5 star. Book 1-4 is comes as a set to save you individual purchases, and these books can also be borrowed if your a Prime member. One of the best stories of all time. Don't miss it.
Azerick is back to reluctantly save the kingdom for a King that is too nice for his own good. Our noble hating, emotionally stunted sorcerer undertakes this quest not out of a sense of patriotism, but for the same reason all men do stuff they dont want to do. Because girlfriends tell them to or else..
Most of our favorite characters make a come back to play their parts to prevent something very horrible from happening in the North. Nobody knows what the threat is and the gods are being annoyingly vague about it. There was one character by the name of Landrin that was so clique due to certain recent teen romance novels, that I had a moment of dread creep on me. It left me thinking "Please Brock DeSkins, you wouldnt do this to me. I trusted you". But my trust was well placed and the character didn't walk down the path of teenage angst and self loathing. Also, Azerick's 11 year old apprentice is showing her preteen authority issues that lead her to a very uncomfortable understanding of why Azerick is the way he is. Kind of hard to discipline a brat child when she can turn you into a pig or burn the base down.
If you have made it this far into the series, then you will enjoy reading this book.
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I'd like to see more content in each book - More pages!