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  • A great escape!

    Art of the Adapt book 3 did not disappoint. If anything Michael G Manning gets better better as he writes. If you liked David Eddings, Terry Goodkind, Terry Brooks or Raymond E Fiest. You will love both of Michael's series Art of the Adapt and his Mageborn series. Both are true fantasy novels with their own unique twists. I gave Scholar of Magic a 5 out of 5 because it was easy to read, flowed well with the main story arc and displayed the characters growth and humanity beautifully. My least favorite part was the ending, it came way to soon. I don't want the story to stop! Thank you Michael for providing such a wonderful escape during these trying times.

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  • Fantasy writing with Real Characters

    Fantastic 3rd book in an amazing series. I've thoroughly enjoyed all the previous books, and I have to say that this newest series is even better than his earlier works. I started reading immediately and couldn't stop. I love the humour that goes into Manning's writing, the characters feel real and relatable. Whenever there's awkward or dark moments, there's a joke from someone. The sense of camaraderie the reader gets from the banter between friends (and enemies) is great. I love the moment where a foe is vanquished, and then when other characters are told about it, the act itself is downplayed, but the truth about how witty our hero was is embellished.

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