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I got the fantastic schools volume 3 mainly to read Christopher 's story. He is my favorite author in the world of magic.. The story he selected here was developed in a school that was part of the schooled in Magic series which is my absolute favorite and like always i enjoyed it immensely. The other stories were ok except for the trolls and flying carpets one. I didn't like them at all. Overall, i was happy with the purchase.
Kindle Unlimited reader here. Let me begin by saying that the collection does has some good stories. The best is Chris Nuttall's "The Cunning Man's Tale," which is set in his SCHOOLED IN MAGIC universe. It tells a tale of how to deal with prejudice constructively and how brains might come through when natural ability doesn't. "A Conflict of Conscience," featuring a military veteran infiltrating a magical school set in the world of his THE WITCH OF NEW ORLEANS, was good as well. "TED Talk" is a somewhat amusing story about what happens when "just believe in yourself" doesn't come through.
Unfortunately, not all stories can measure up. The LitRPG "Lab Partners" isn't very subtle as far as its religious angle is concerned (and I say this as someone who'd probably agree with the author's religious views), while "Star Pupil" has a protagonist who comes off a bit too much like a Mary Sue. "Under The Sublime Moon" has a good concept (a Celtic exile in a Chinese magical school), but could have had more background. Furthermore, "The Way of Wind-Walking" seems to be a sequel to a story published elsewhere, so it doesn't really stand on its own.
I would recommend borrowing this on Kindle Unlimited, but not buying it.