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  • Fun Debut!

    High Summons is the first book in the Warlock of Rochester Series and is an intriguing read that leaves the reader eager to resolve the mysteries surrounding University of Rochester student and half human, Jon, and his developing magical abilities. What happened to his demon hunting father? Why didn’t he train his son to use magic? Will Jon follow in his footsteps, anyway? Up to this point, Jon has considered his magic a friend and a refuge, something for him alone, but he convinces a visiting demon hunting wizard, a spiky haired young man not much older than himself, to begin training him on the classes of demons, magic users, and how to harness Jon’s own powers. This new version of the world, one where a demon might lurk around any corner, tap on your window, or attack you draws Jon away from what had been the most important parts of his life: his classes, friends, and mother. It starts a little slow, drags in a few spots where there’s a lot of information presented in single chunks, and it took me awhile to warm up to the characters, but it was a fun read and I look forward to reading the rest in the series.

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  • Let the fun and games begin

    I really liked this story. It was fun to read as Jon deals with the normal college stuff and that pesky magic he has. He ends up becoming an apprentice to a demon hunting wizard just as the city he lives in goes crazy. It was both entertaining and a bit spooky but it was so much fun to read as it was full of action and adventure. It was easy to read and follow what was going on and easy to imagine it all. It was a good read and a I need to see what happens next.

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