- Format: Kindle Edition
- File Size: 1874 KB
- Print Length: 961 pages
- Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00701DQSU
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Average Customer Review: 13 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #26,314 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Warmage (The Spellmonger Series Book 2) Kindle Edition
|Length: 961 pages||Word Wise: Enabled|
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Top Customer Reviews
I enjoyed this on many levels - first off, a great story which is key, second, the magic system is well thought out and lots of fun (full of surprises) and thirdly, it's very well written with likeable characters. It's not a Brandon Sanderson epic but it is good, exciting, well-written fantasy - clever too.
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!
Warmage seemed to take twice as long to get through as Spellmonger & have to say I'm not a big fan of the past & present story line/writing, there is obviously no suspense if the reader already knows that Min has survived.This book had the feel of a "filler" with more concentration on the political aspects of the storyline rather than the war/fighting from the first book.One problem with writing only in the First person is that the reader can then only empathise with the main character unfortunately leaving whole swathes with characters that we find very little about.
The story plods along in places & when we finally get to the big battle scene, felt rushed but by this point it was fairly evident that things were getting lined up for future books.
Worth reading but I would wait until Magelord is out before doing so.
I have given this book 4 stars because the story is original, concise and well thought-out, and the world is immersive. However the main let down of this book (and Spellmonger) is the woeful attention to editing - at least on the Kindle version.
There are many typos which normally I don't care about if the story is good but there were a LOT in this book and nearly as many in the last book.
Also there are many cut off sentences and jumbled words/phrases. It was a shame for me as the content is great - just let down by poor editing.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Hadn't read first in series but didn't feel lost out as gave plenty of back story. Not something I would normally read but not bad!Published on 22 Jun. 2014 by Mrs J Trinder
Great read. Really enjoyed the story didnt put the book down. Hurry with the next book
Would recommend. Read more
This is awful, the writing is positively childish and anyone who thinks this is a good read needs to read some real fantasy books.Published on 20 Oct. 2012 by silverdigit