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Idi & The Oracle's Quest (Born To Be Book 1) by [Traynor, T]
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Idi & The Oracle's Quest (Born To Be Book 1) Kindle Edition

4.9 out of 5 stars 21 customer reviews
Book 1 of 2 in Born to Be (2 Book Series)

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Length: 292 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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About the Author

Tracy is dyslexic and has struggled with feelings of being stupid for a large part of her life. Her first job was washing up dishes as she felt this was all she was capable of doing. At the age of 40, she became a single mom and with four sons to look after she decided to go back to college. She is now a successful Finance Manager and has turned her life around. Under all the magical characters in her story is the underlying message to believe in yourself and overcome the past. Her biggest dream is that people who struggle to read, like herself, will be able to pick up this easy-to-read book and forget about their problems for a while as they escape in this world she has created. But also that the reader, if they have low self-esteem, would be encouraged to believe in themselves.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1911 KB
  • Print Length: 292 pages
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B01C1UDQKC
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Screen Reader: Supported
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars 21 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #187,979 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Idi & the Oracles Quest is a beautiful, sweeping adventure full of epic fantasy and beautiful literature. It is a novel full of many intriguing things such as goblins, witches and strange things that can do strange things to people...what is this? Well, you will just have to read this delightful novel to find out!

Our novel is an epic fantasy tale and it takes the reader on a sweeping journey that will make you fall madly in love. Our novel focuses on Idi, Idi has been called to protect the future king of Talia however he cannot do this alone so he needs the help of a whimsical magician named Marcus. He needs his help to defeat the evil and sinister Norvora and this is all that I want to say about this novel!

This novel is so brilliant that I do not want to spoil it therefore I have kept my synopsis short however! What I will say is that this is a fascinating, wonderful, intriguing story full of well-developed characters and beautiful descriptive settings. This novel is a YA novel however please do not let this scare you because it is still great... besides! Some points in this novel take dark turns and violence and action ensues and when it does it is gripping! This novel also has some beautiful messages underlying it about the importance of believing in yourself and to accept your flaws and be proud of them. I think this is really poignant and I admire our author Traynor for including this message as it will be great for young people to read.

Our author Traynor has done a superb job of building an exceptional fantasy world; it is a world that the reader can easily escape to and get lost in. You become so invested in the story, its characters and their incredible life's.
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I bought 4 of these books one for each grandchild and one for me, plus kindle!!
WOW, what a read.. Don't be fooled by the pretty cover, this is no children's book. It's full of demons, Wizards, witches, shapeshifter's, dragons, elves, fairies and more. But not for kiddies. It's better than all the fantasy books I have read put together and makes Harry Potter seem tame (if not boring) what a beautiful book.
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Please will somebody make it a film! Would be a blockbuster for sure, highly recommend from one who wouldn't have even thought of reading a fantasy novel, was recommended by a friend and thoroughly enjoyed, thank you
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This was a very good novel that is suitable for the YA audience. There is some violence, but it is not graphic. It has a wonderful underlying message about the importance of believing in yourself and accepting your flaws. The characters and the world are so realistic it’s hard to believe this is a first novel. It s filled with all sorts of magical creatures, fairies, witches, pixies, magicians; some good, some bad and some, I hope that are just mistaken in their current choices and will change as the story continues.

Marcus is a wonderful character and he has already helped who walk in the light so many to reach their full potential. Idi is by far his biggest challenge, for the first 13 years he has known nothing but physical and mental abuse which has scarred him in many ways. It takes Marcus a long time to make Idi realize that he has the potential that he knows he has, but her never gives up and there is only one time that he gets angry with him. It is this issue and others that I’ll mention that kept me from giving the book 5 stars. Marcus was sent to Idi by the Oracle Olenna and together they were to complete the mission to find The One who has been prophesied to save and unite the lands. With all the magical people and aspects available does he not realize that if their actions were endangering their mission that Olenna or another messenger would have been sent to him to make sure that they continued? I feel like his anger at Idi wasn’t justified and wasn’t explained either. It could have been explained as a device by one of those working with Norvora or Norvora himself, but instead it wasn’t. I can already see the reasons, the author gave us hints and this reason is one of the reasons that Idi has overcome his past and embarked on a wonderful future.
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The author draws an analogy to 'Lord of the Rings'. There are others that might be equally valid: 'The Chronicles of Narnia', 'Peter Pan' with perhaps a hint Enid Blyton. Anyone who enjoys these type of stories will love this. A plethora of fabulous and intriguing characters – Magical.
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This is a great story for young people - and older ones! Many colourful and intriguing characters and skilful weaving of the threads that make up the whole story. For anyone who loves to get 'lost' in a fantasy world where fairies and pixies live alongside other mystical and magical creatures. I am now waiting anxiously for the next book...
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This book is so full it's positively bursting at the seams - there is an array of vividly depicted elements : colourful and realistic characters who you get to know well as the story unfolds, masses of action and excitement, yet also sweetly touching very human scenes. There's comedy, scary moments, edge of your seat drama, intrigue, the battle between good and evil, gripping plot lines, lyrical descriptive passages that paint each scene before your eyes, sadness, joy, birth and death, power and powerlessness, magic and mayhem, fairies, witches, wizards, knights, kings, dragons, monsters and more, you name it, it's here. You will keep turning the pages dying to know what will unfold next and how all the pieces in the jigsaw fit together. If you love to get lost in your books and transported to another place....then this book is your type of book. Highly recommended fantasy novel for early teens right up to adults.
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