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    Forgotten Mage

    Great read flows really well good action. But once again spelling mistakes sometimes MAKE it hard to follow.
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    The story of a young mage prince in medieval times

    "Forgotten Mage" by D. W. Jackson, is the 1st book of the "Timeless Mage" trilogy. It tells the story of Bren Farlane, a young prince (but no the heir to the throne) in his quest to start an independent life and become a mage. In his journey to adulthood, Bren will learn about friendship, discipline, hard-working and will discover his true potential, while getting to know of the real state of the people and the influence that the Mage Tower, a sort of new government, have had on their lives. He will also try to discover the truth about his father's disappearance, when he was just a toddler. "Forgotten Mage" is an interesting book aimed for people looking for a "Harry Potter meets Lord of the Rings" kind of adventure. It's mostly well-written, with some minor flaws that can be overlooked.
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    Ok but so many typos...

    a lot of typos in that book. It was really annoying. Story not bad but a little bit shallow.
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    Entertaining, though simplistic

    Entertaining, but the writing of a novice. The writing is simple, there are numerous typos, and the character names are sometimes accidentally switched. The writer does go on and on about how women can't be understood by men. But I was engaged enough that I did keep reading. The characters were interesting.
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    I really enjoyed the story line but found it difficult to read because of all the spelling errors
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