5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Pleasant easy to read story with potential to grow,
This review is from: The Wand-Maker's Debate (Osric's Wand, Book One) (Osric's Wand series 1) (Kindle Edition)
I read this book today in several hours and initially found it a little hard on the reading. The authors do a great job of describing the scene, but perhaps the descriptions are a little *too* in depth, as an avid reader sometimes I like to imagine structures and scenes using my own imagination and I found constantly changing my own interpretation in my mind to fit the descriptions supplied exhausting ... But I digress ...
I love how the book is pitched to appeal to a varied range of ages, this book could be read to children or read by an adult and would offend no-one, a hint of a love story mixed in with dragons, talking animals and magic? Who wouldn't enjoy it???
The story, whilst unique has a CS Lewis type feel to it. I don't mean in the religious connotations sense, I mean in the strong use of descriptive language and the way the story is told. As a first attempt both authors should feel very proud of their work.
I can only see their storytelling and editing skills improving, there are a few errors in the story, but nothing memorable.
I look forward to reading more about Osric, the maid of Unicorn and Gus.
For note though, the name Kenneth really grated on me and I didn't feel that it suited the fantasy style story.
A solid 4 stars, this is worth anyone's money.
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Initial post: 14 Nov 2012 22:13:53 GMT
If the name "Kenneth" irritated you, how did you feel about Brian Dumbledore?
In reply to an earlier post on 15 Nov 2012 22:34:22 GMT
A. Reader says:
Slightly different when the Harry Potter series was set in an alternative modern day England ... Osric's Wand isn't.
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