magic

Ennara and the Fallen Druid by Angela Shelley (Book Review #27)

Open your eyes to the world where children that possess magic, “caul,” are bought, sold and kept like good luck charms. Ennara is the only “caul” in Estlan, and her parents paid the nurse not to reveal her identity to protect her. Ennara still has the tattoo to prove who she is but hides it from people. She is sent with Tork, a great wizard, to the sunken city in search of a sword that is going to kill the shadespawn, the []

The Drowned Tower (Heartstone) By Nicholas Rinth (Book Review #197)

This review was kindly requested by the author, Nicholas Rinth. The drowned tower is the first fantasy novel in the Heartstone Series written about a girl named Sylvie. Sylvie possesses magical powers and works for the Zenith Council by doing their biddings. The Drowned Tower is at the Eastern Branch of the land, which is called, Ferus Terria. The Practitioners Institute of Magic picks one child as the “Chosen” and just like any other institute, it teaches kids to enhance their magical []

The Emblem Throne: The Runes of Issalia, Book II by Jeffrey L Kohanek (Book Review #101)

  This review was kindly requested by the author, Jeffrey Kohanek This is the second book of the series. If you wish to read the review of the first book, then you can find it here. We journey back with Brock and his friends to the Academy. He is in training and discovers some unwelcoming truth about the whole organization including conspiracies and lies within the ministry itself. Previously we learned that Brock was stuck in a world where an individual’s self-worth []