Rising of A Mage
Written by J.M. Fosberg
Anwar is part Giant and apparently gifted with magical leanings. He’s bonded to a healing Priestess who seems to want to do all kinds of services for him. Growing into his powers he forges bonds with Wizards, Kampur’s guard force and…the king.
This was short, entertaining and I made it through to the end even though I think I was reading the first edition. Good job, I give it a three out of five entertainment sword strikes.
Blood and Bane: The Dragon Sage Chronicles
Audible Audiobook version.
by CJ McKee
narrated by Wendy Anne Darling
The Realms of Arydd are ruled in cooperation between King Ra’saad and the Dragon High Council of Three. The go-between and stave mentor, Galddor, is hard taxed in this story by dealing with wayward pupils bent on creating chaos and exacting revenge. Elves, goblins, mountain dragons, sea dragons…plenty going on and all the sidelines are used in telling this tale.
Wendy Anne Darling’s voice is delightful to listen to as she narrates the story. This work is a great escape and I’m giving it five stars in this version. Well done.