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  • Talk with the animals

    An alternate version of wizards and their familiars. I liked the way the book considered the question of why bad things happen and can't always be fixed.

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  • the fullers apprentice

    very much enjoyed this book ,the main character is a young man who makes many mistakes ,much like us all

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  • Interest piqued till the end. More!

    The principle character in this novel is young and we expect him to make immature and often unfortunate decisions. What is interesting here is that while most stories will give such a character a noticeable and redeeming charm or naïveté, asking the reader to be patient with the protagonist's growth through the ensuing adventures, thus quickly being endeared by the reader; this one does not. The protagonist remains irritating, blundering his awkward way through situations right to the end. The writer has a real feel for how a male teenage brain works and how it doesn't. There are lots of fits and starts, emotional beginnings and an apparent inability to just do as he's been asked. This creates a delicious tension as we keep hoping that he will "do the right thing" and get things rolling in his favour. Not a clear picaro in that he is surrounded by sympathetic others who do have his best interests at heart and missteps don't cause him to cut the traces and flee to where the winds might blow. The reader must constantly ask, "why doesn't he just...?" and when he doesn't, we rarely foresee the consequences. In addition to its eminently believable characters, this work shows how imagination and philosophy can be intertwined and made intriguing.

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  • Progression

    A carefully crafted story with lots of background details. Interesting characters and room for much more development.

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  • The Fullers Apprentice

    I loved this book. The plot was easy to follow, the characters believable, the pace great. I was hooked after the first chapter. I wish my library had the second in the series.

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