Spellbound E–book/E–pub


  • Mass Market Paperback
  • 486
  • Spellbound
  • Blake Charlton
  • English
  • 10 March 2019
  • 9780765356598

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read & download Spellbound Spellbound review ç 100 Blake Charlton × 0 read R to the notorious rogue wizard Nicodemus Weal and brings her face to face with demons demigods and a man she hoped never to see againTen years ago Nico escaped Starhaven Academy leaving behind his failed life in which he was considered disabled and felt useless Now in Spellbound he's starting fresh using his newfound gifts in the dark Chthonic languages to pursue the emerald that holds his birthrigh. ten years after the events in Spellwright Nicodemus has left the Heaven Tree Valley and is now in the city of Avel still pursuing the demon Typhon in an attempt to recover the Emerald of Aarahest which contains the other part of his soul and the cure to his cacography With it he will be able to become the Halycon a prophesied savior of magical language instead of what he is now the Storm Petrel a prophesied destroyer of magical language He s determined to let nothing stop him in this uest but then Francesca arrives and invokes feelings inside him that he s never felt beforeFrancesca is a cleric no longer attached to the wizardly order who uses her magic to help her patients However when Typhon s reluctant avatar Dierdre dies on her table and then comes back to life Francesca s world view is shattered as she uncovers a demon s secret plot to take over Avel and then the entire continent not to mention the plans that the demon apparently has for her and her alone plans that he s had ever since Francesca first entered the city It seems that her only hope will be to find the rogue wizard Nicodemus but to do that she has to tag along with her ex lover Cyrus the Air Warden of AvelA diverse and entertaining castThe characters in Spellwright Nicodemus Shannon and Dierdre were absolutely amazing They were rough that s for sure but they were still very believable and very interesting to me as a reader In Spellbound we have those same characters with the two major additions of Francesca and her old lover Cyrus There are also two wizards Vivian and Lotannu who show up in Avel aboard a warship with motives that no one can guess Finally Shannon s ghost plays a role in the story although a rather small one but with the ghost comes an added perspective to the story that wasn t previously presentNicodemus has matured uite a bit in the ten years since the events in Spellwright Due to the effect his cacography has on the text he writes he s nearly abandoned the wizardly languages and has resorted to the kobold s languages that he writes on his skin and doesn t misspell Nicodemus has become almost like a man raised by wolves during the ten years away from civilization nomadic untrusting and a bit of a lonerHumor in epic fantasy What madness is thisThe writing throughout this trilogy has been above par almost masterful but the dialogue goes above and beyond in Spellbound The back and forth between Francesca and Cyrus made me laugh out loud at multiple points in the novel Francesca s dialogue alone is hilarious She s a spitfire with a sharp tongue that she isn t afraid to use on anyone Francesca and Cyrus aren t completely hogging the humor in Spellbound however Vivian and Lotannu have their banter as well and Nicodemus has his own moments of extreme witHumor is so rarely used in epic fantasy at least not humor that we can actually relate to and it really adds something to a novel Most epic fantasy is oh so serious and there s absolutely no time for any kind of humor in such a world where the fate of humanity is at stake but it makes the story so much memorable when you give readers something to laugh at The last time I saw humor used so liberally was in Mistborn it s used a bit and uite a bit better in Spellbound I seriously have to applaud Charlton for his masterful use of humor which wasn t overwhelming at all instead providing just the right amount of brevity to give Spellbound that memorable ualityDefying the standard trilogy setupWe all know the format for trilogies The first book is an awesome introduction to the story and the world leaving us wanting The second book comes out and we re just kind of eh about it because it s obviously a transitory book used for almost solely for plot development and nothing really happens so it s boring Then the third book comes out and we re all absolutely wowed by how well it wraps up the story Granted this is for most normal good trilogiesIn this case the second novel is so much better than the first Let me say that again because I seriously doubt that you read what you thought you read It s better than the first There I said it Charlton has seriously delivered in this second novel that doesn t feel like a second novel Spellbound reads like that first awesome novel that you just can t get enough of and it s an amazing featHoweverWe see Nicodemus in the beginning of the novel but then only sparingly until about two thirds through when he steps up his game and plays of a major role in the story While I think that introducing new characters is important failing to highlight your main character is a bit of a misstep when writing a novel Along the same lines another small complaint I have regards Cyrus I found him to be a very interesting character but once Francesca finds Nicodemus he seems to only play a bit part which didn t do the character justice at allWhy should you read this bookWell if you still haven t raced off to the bookstore to buy it since reading the above let s go through a little list of why Spellbound is the best seuel I ve read this year Characters that you can really believe are part of that world Check Writing that leaves you fully immersed in the story Check The most uniue magic system I ve ever read about Check Plot twists and character developments galore Check Textual dragons a bit of romance some badass monsters and an evil mastermind Check check check and checkCharlton has impressed me than I thought I could be impressed by an author I went into this with high expectations after reading Spellwright and I was still blown away The Spellwright Trilogy is turning out to be one of the best trilogies of the decade and I seriously cannot wait for the conclusion which I m pretty sure is going to amaze me even than Spellbound did

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read & download Spellbound Spellbound review ç 100 Blake Charlton × 0 read T Unfortunately he can't escape the chaos of his old life His mentor suffers from an incurable curse agents of the fabled Halcyon hunt him day and night pieces of Francesca's story don't add up and the prophesized War of Disjunction looms on the horizonNico and Francesca don't know it yet but they are going to have to fit together the pieces of an age old puzzle and discover the demon's darkest secre. I uite enjoyed this book and the beginning was made all the better by including a brief synopsis of part of the first book which allowed me to recall other parts of the story and better place what was occurring in context The action built up slowly introducing some new characters and reusing some old ones and then it seemed to drag through the second half of the book It stopped dragged when it finally reached the climax which was riveting and then the resolution which wrapped up some things but not others I can t wait for the last book in this series

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read & download Spellbound Spellbound review ç 100 Blake Charlton × 0 read The exciting seuel to the acclaimed epic fantasy debut Spellwright by Blake CharltonFrancesca DeVega is a healer in the city of Avel composing magical sentences that close wounds and disspell curses But when a newly dead patient sits up and tells her that she must flee the infirmary or face a fate worse than death Francesca finds herself in the middle of a game she doesn't understand one that ties he. Spellbound is an improvement over Spellwright It s got the same fun feel and the same loveable characters but there s a level of maturity depth and growth in Spellbound that really makes it fly high Charlton has made his mark I am excited to see where he can take us nextRead my full review here


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    read & download Spellbound Spellbound E–book/E–pub Blake Charlton × 0 read Well what can I sayNormally I'm reluctant to go the full five stars with a book well not that reluctant but I rarely give entire series all fives unless I absolutely love them However when I finished this brilliant follow up to Spellwright I had to award another five starsBlake Charlton may not be receiving the accolades of Pat Rothfuss but I would encourage every true fantasy lover to engage in this series and read it

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    read & download Spellbound review º PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook × Blake Charlton Blake Charlton × 0 read ten years after the events in Spellwright Nicodemus has left the Heaven Tree Valley and is now in the city of Avel still pursuing the demon Typhon in an attempt to recover the Emerald of Aarahest which contains the other part of his soul and the cure to his cacography With it he will be able to become the Halycon—a prophesied savior of magical language—instead of what he is now the Storm Petrel—a prophesied destroyer of magical langua

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    Spellbound E–book/E–pub Wonderful book to read I really loved this one It is the continuation of Spellwright and features besides the main characters from the first book some new characters Let me start with the fact that this book will

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