Footwizard: Spellmonger, Book 13 Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
The Spellmonger series continues with a search for answers in The Lost Land of Anghysbel....
After winning two wars against the Nemovorti, Minalan plans an expedition to The Lost Valley of Anghysbel, in the far north of his realm. It's there, in the caldera of a supervolcano at the edge of the tundra, he suspects many of the answers he so desperately needs might be hidden. The only problem is that thanks to the anti-magical properties of the jevolar, his spells won’t work; he’ll be without magic for the first time since he came into his Talent. On this quest for the knowledge to save the world, the stakes are too high to be concerned about such things. Minalan seeks the knowledge he needs, no matter the price.
The Footwizard, Fondaras the Wise, has been to the realm of the jevolar four times in his long life. He knows the way, and he knows the great dangers of the non-magical land. He warns that Anghysbel is filled with forgotten creatures and lost races that have hidden from the world for eons. That doesn’t dissuade the Spellmonger - it’s a challenge. But once he’s there, Minalan’s expedition discovers a unique land filled with forgotten secrets.
Dark powers more ancient than the world dwell in exotic Anghysbel, powers that would speed Callidore’s destruction, not work for its salvation. Minalan the Spellmonger has to consider carefully if he’s willing to pay the price to save the world...and the cost of that bargain may well be his life.
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|Listening Length||26 hours and 18 minutes|
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|Audible.com Release Date||November 16, 2021|
|Best Sellers Rank|| #876 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals) |
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Then I found the moment. Chapter 25. You bastard. Using an alien elf-wizard, too.
I can’t believe I got Rick-rolled.
If I have one complaint it is that the editing is not up to its usual (very high) standards. It doesn't significantly impact the readability or get in the way of the story but it does cause enough stumbles that can be annoying. Those who are looking for a rock-em sock-em thrill packed battlefest may be disappointed should be somewhat assuaged by the calm narration, natural wonders, and world-shaking revelations promise of new rich story arcs and take comfort in the certainty that those rock-em sock-em thrill packed battlefests are sure to be plentiful in the next few novels.
All told another first rate endeavor that is highly recommended.
I'm not sure if this volume ends an arc or begins a new one. The ending comes close to being a cliffhanger, but just avoids going there. Happy me. I really hate cliffhangers. Minalin finds so much of what he has been searching for, and more. There are wonderful new discoveries and allies. On Calliodore it is totally possible to talk amongst yourself. Minalin and Alya's story is a special treat. It's never cliche or sappy. At the end, the nefarious characters prove true to form and escalate as rampantly as possible. There's just so much to l look forward to in the following volumes.
I've had nothing but great fun with this series. And after 13 huge books and countless short stories, the quality of story has never dropped. It's only gotten better and bolder.
Nope, the author came through once again with a fun and entertaining story. The end wasn't as meaty as I would like but it was good enough. Lots of plot lines explained and carried forward. Lots of setup for future cathartic events and unlike many authors lately this author has better than a fifty-fifty chance of carrying through with the promise of a good cathartic end to a plot line. I'm actually looking forward to the next book. Well done.
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It will interesting to see how Minalan and Alya relationship changes going forward. One being marginally sane and the other marginally insane. But I do wished there were more slice of life moments between the two. Just small things, really.
Loved the book and cannot wait until Hedgewitch is released.
,it's like the the whole human race has been just waiting to evolve back into best time period in human history....20th century USA. They have missed the NRA sooo much.
I really am very disappointed after investing so much of my time in this journey.It's time to start looking for a new author.