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The Blacksmith's Son (Mageborn, #1) - Michael G. Manning
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The Blacksmith's Son (Mageborn, #1)
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Format: kindle
ASIN: 11968600
Pages no: 386
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I only read when my OCD kicks in
I only read when my OCD kicks in rated it
3.0 The Blacksmith's Son (Mageborn, #1)
I want to be fair. This is a good first book. The plot is good although quite predictable. I would consider this a good pen wetting ceremony. The action doesn't flow very well and there are many holes as to take away from the value.Mordeci discovers that he is a mage of rare abilities. In discoverin...
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A Total Inability To Connect rated it
Mixed feelings about this book. It was something like 400 pages, but i blew through it in about 5-6 hours, which is fairly quick to read a normal length book for me. It was an interesting story that suffered from similar things to David Wells' "Thinblade" - it had very simplistic writing, almost ama...
LiteraryDemon rated it
I am usually a slow reader sometimes taking weeks or months to finish a book. I read a bit put it down get distracted and pick it up a few days later if at all. Not since Christopher Paolinis Inheritance series have I been so enthralled with a book that I was irritated with work and reality getting ...
georgenaylor rated it
To briefly sum it up, it was ok. Easy to read but with shallow characterization.
jeremyb rated it
4.0 The Blacksmith's Son (Mageborn, #1)
Although poorly edited, and with language that felt out-of-place (the main character even thought about how something wasn't "plain English"...this is a different world, with no mention of English people), I still liked this book enough to give 4 stars.Mainly because it satisfied some of the main th...
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