The Young Magician - Book One of The Legacy Trilogy

The Young Magician - Book One of The Legacy Trilogy

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by Michael Foster
     
 

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Every known age has not ended well, to say the least. Entire continents have been decimated time and time again at the hands of the demon hordes, forcing civilisation to start over in every instance, all culture and art and history destroyed. Now, in the last days before the gates of hell fall open again, it seems as if all efforts to avert disaster have failed, but…  See more details below

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Every known age has not ended well, to say the least. Entire continents have been decimated time and time again at the hands of the demon hordes, forcing civilisation to start over in every instance, all culture and art and history destroyed. Now, in the last days before the gates of hell fall open again, it seems as if all efforts to avert disaster have failed, but for one small sliver of hope. A boy is found whose potential is unequalled, a boy who could hold the secret to the demons' realm, a boy who could be the very salvation of man. But not even the Order's greatest champions could guess the true secrets hidden away deep inside of this boy, secrets that could ultimately destroy them all. Commended in the Austalian Literary Awards, The Young Magician begins a remarkable tale.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781447859932
Publisher:
Lulu.com
Publication date:
12/05/2013
Sold by:
LULU PRESS
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
495,997
File size:
824 KB

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Perth writer, hooked on fantasy and science fiction.

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The Young Magician - Book One of The Legacy Trilogy 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 11 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is a very well written and enjoyable atheist version of The Wheel of Time series by Robert Jordan that is worthy of being read. There are many original ideas and Samuel is a very distinct individual, so don't think it's a copy. But there are many glaring similarities as well. I think the author is very good as his words can grab and hold your attention but for teens and some young adults this trilogy is far too intellectual. I found the ending of the trilogy anticlimactic but interesting. It is very difficult to write a true epic fantasy without proper gods, but this author does ok. Overall, a very good read by a very good author. Enjoy.
Shaen More than 1 year ago
The story is very suspensful with several twists and turns. The only drawback is the format of the ebook. The font size cannot be changed. On my i-Phone with a Nook Reader, the font is so tiny, the book cannot be read at all.
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penwallah More than 1 year ago
This was the beginning of a remarkable journey. The author is consummate in drawing the reader into the story, which develops into a deeper and wilder saga effortlessly. I was sad when I reached the end of the series, but eagerly look forward to any new stories Michael Foster creates. 
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boredalot More than 1 year ago
Great book.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I was very surprised at how good it was the main character is surprisingly well done
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Amazing