I just really hate fantasy names. Mainly, our main character is sick. This is kind of like taking someone right out of high school with no work experience and making them the district manager of a chain of stores without first working as a front line peon or a store manager. Since a young age, Flaco has been afflicted with a lung disease, putting him at a great disadvantage. I just really hate fantasy names. This is 858 pages long although, I'm reading it on Kindle and it hasn't really lasted me particularly long, because it's been hard to put down.
Demons and possessions and eternal suffering but no religions, no gods mentioned in this world. I just would like a fantasy story with a wizard named Jim and maybe a warrior named Steve. If you are in the U. As a general rule we do not censor any content on the site. Battle Mage was always conceived as a standalone story, which is why I was so keen Hi Amith Really pleased that you enjoyed it! As re follow the story you will become invested in the characters. Battle Mage was always conceived as a standalone story, which is why I was so keen to release it as a single book rather than splitting it up into two or three.
It gives a great account of friendship, love and faith. I thought there was only one per mage. I am currently developing a new idea another fantasy but this is in the very early stages and I am quite a slow writer, so please don't hold your breath : Thanks again for your question. Black dragons are the enemy of humankind. But the ancient bond with dragonkind is failing. It has a good story line, a bit predictable at times but never to the point that the outcome was a given.
Desperate and trying to stay ahead of ArchWizard Giddeon Zirakus's execution squad, Kael soon discovers that Talohna's ArchWizard may be the least of his worries. Maybe those things get explained if a sequel is coming, or maybe they will go forever unanswered. This is an alternate Cover Edition for. Yet, I couldn't skim because the varied plotlines were interconnected, culminating in an epic battle. I recommend it to all who truly love a battle of good vs evil.
Their time to step into the light has come. Is it a different plane of existence? It is an elite training camp which teaches to martial excellence. He can only hope that they come true. Battle Mage The world is falling to the burning shadow of the Possessed and only the power of a battle mage can save it. I checked out her website reviews, did a couple of checks, and decided to give her a chance to review The Eagle and the Dragon Though her review has been out just a week, there is a perceptible increase in sales. It explores themes of friendship, faith, love, sacrifice, good vs evil, and most of all, Hope. Of those that answer a summoning too many are black.
I hated it…am I just suppose to assume things worked out? Driven by grief, Falco makes a decision that will drive him to the brink of despair. In all seriousness, I was a little nervous about multitude of tropes that manifest within the pages of Battle Mage. And for being a 35 hour audiobook, it still didn't have a satisfying ending. Some had plenty of flaws, too. While it's true that he could've invested more towards developing the characters outside of his main ones, he chose to invest in the pace of the book instead, and the story doesn't suffer from it.
As someone who devours books, it is extremely rare that I give 5 stars in a review, but this book is masterly. Flannery is an exceptional author, and his book Battle Mage is the perfect read for me as books such as this one make for the perfect escape from everyday life. The armies of the possessed must be faced by the armies of those who do not want their souls permanently in Hell, to be tormented forever. Thanks for your question and for letting me know your thoughts. I appreciate it so much, I love discussing wonderful books with all of you so please comment below and let me know your thoughts on Battle Mage. They're also not pron This hasn't got many reviews, and I'm a little suspicious when I see only a few '5-star' reviews.
But no, I don't have any plans to write a sequel just now, although I would never say never. I typically like my fantasy stories as a series or trilogy. There is a point toward the end of the story that I thought the author made things just a little too hopeless. Battle Mage was a phenomenal story that was riveting, fast paced and a book you just can't put down. This story deals with warriors and demons and has every element of a great fantasy novel: hope, despair, loss, love, sacrifice, duty, redemption, betrayal and forgiveness.