The (sort of) Dark Mage (Waldo Rabbit Series Book 1)
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We are dedicated to providing you with an extensive selection of science fiction books from a variety of authors and publishers. There is a system of power tiers, and we're told that people above a certain level will suffer madness and a wasting illness. Style: I really enjoyed Nelson’s writing style, it was simple, yet conveyed necessary information and description.Give yourself plenty of time to read because when you get your feet in this world you are going to want to run. I decided to give Darkmage a try after asking for recommendations in a Facebook group, having heard the series mentioned a number of times in the past with a consistently positive reception. This is really important, as the oath taken by the magic users is something of a baffling one (refusing to harm anyone else, even as their own city is being annihilated), and had their own sense of zealousness failed to come across effectively it would have been an issue.
For this is an epoch-spanning saga where history repeats itself with tragic consequences: this time it is Aidan, a serving mage at Aerysius, who decides to tamper with the forces of darkness, resurrecting the original eight darkmages who brought ruin on Caladorn in demonic form to further his own ambitions.A much-used word, karma is loosely understood as a system of checks and balances in our lives, of good actions and bad deeds, of good thoughts and bad intentions. Even as almost everybody insists that Harmony must be upheld, we're shown nothing but the ruins of its impotence. In the absolutely packed Act II, the dark fantasy resumes and the Sandman expands into the French Revolution, ancient Rome, 19th-century San Francisco, eighth-century Baghdad, and beyond. The story follows these two boys who start out together, but are then led on very different journeys. And while many of the characters were fine, I absolutely could not connect with the main protagonist and that hampered my enjoyment of the book.