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- Average Customer Review: 16 customer reviews
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Magelord (The Spellmonger Series Book 3) Kindle Edition
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Top customer reviews
There is a lot of set up done in this book for future books that seemed to have been tossed out in every few chapters.
My only criticism is there are a few areas where there is some grammatical errors or in one instance, the author appeared to have left 'his plot notes' in the story (when Min meets up with Radine ).
I would recommend this series to all those who revel in fantasy SF.
I could barely put this book down, as with all the others of his!
He is just a wonderfully giftet writer, and lets not forget his phantastic sence of Humor!
Most recent customer reviews
Good series written with good humour. No review from me to pick bones on typo's, grammar, inaccuracies. It's simple.....I like it.Published on 26 Jan. 2015 by AlB
The best of the books so far. Light hearted but has an underlying political strategy beneath the magical world. Good humour and I liked the economical growth of Svendor.Published on 23 Sept. 2014 by Ian Dixon
Not a very good book no real story line I just could get into it may be next one be ? Margaret parkhillPublished on 27 Nov. 2013 by Promises to keep
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