Barnes and Noble
A coming of age story between a father and son, with a thick fantasy theme background. The characters are well developed and show great personality in times of romance, loss and excitement.
Dragons are the first image that I think of when I hear the word wizards, but unfortunately there were no such characters in this book. Not that it made it any less exciting and mythical. There may not be any fire breathing dragons, or life altering momentous jousting fights, I still found it quite an interesting read with its coming of age tale between the Wizard and his son as he becomes of age into a lifestyle he never thought he would find himself in.
The Wizards son did not know he was the wizards son or that his future held training and preparation for a life he never saw in his future.
The theme and the book plot was not as entertaining as the characters themselves. I was not as interested in finding out the end of the story, but I was more invested in the characters themselves to find out what was going to happen between them.
I give this book a rating of 3/5
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