- "Though The Wizard and the Rat was standard fantasy fare, it was done in a way that was interesting, unique, and wasn't clichéd at all. I also liked that though Rat was gay, it wasn't the main focus of the story, nor was that aspect of his character completely downplayed."
- "In the end, as fascinating as The Wizard and the Rat is - with its elements of different races, ethereal beings, and fascinating world building - the greatest impression of this book is the characters. It is a fitting example of a fantasy fiction genre that ignores the tendency to impress based on a concept but focuses on fully fleshed characters where their relationships are excellently dealt with."
- "The way Aaron masterfully developed Rat's character was just excellent, it was simply amazing to watch the boy's character evolution through his changing times and struggles. The book is a combination of contrasting characters that complement each other so perfectly to give a thrilling reading experience."
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