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The Wizard's Son
     

The Wizard's Son

by Kathryn L. Ramage
 

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Orlan Lightesblood is the son of the world's most powerful wizard and is training to become a wizard himself. But beyond his father's castle, he is still an innocent youth, defenseless against the evil and temptations that threaten the future laid out for him. On an alternate earth filled with wonder and danger, the wizard's son must overcome the demons of his own

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Orlan Lightesblood is the son of the world's most powerful wizard and is training to become a wizard himself. But beyond his father's castle, he is still an innocent youth, defenseless against the evil and temptations that threaten the future laid out for him. On an alternate earth filled with wonder and danger, the wizard's son must overcome the demons of his own past and his father's enemies to survive to manhood.

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Linda Linda
This isn’t your kid sister’s wizard story. At one point, I checked the front and back for author bio because my neck tickled with the thought “is this woman a wizard herself?” A brilliant and understandable “coming of age” tale, with an adult sensibility and keen insight into the human condition of parental expectation, a young person’s intense desire for free will and adventure, and the difficult, often painful transition to adulthood.
J. Mitchel
he story synopsis available on the publisher's website set the hook before I ever got my hands on the book. The Wizard's Son is not simple fantasy with a single story arc. Instead it is a complex story that examines several issues in depth through multiple plot lines in the non-linear story. These issues include but are not limited to good versus evil, human nature and self restraint.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780578032931
Publisher:
The Wapshott Press
Publication date:
11/28/2009
Pages:
296
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.62(d)

Meet the Author

Kathryn L. Ramage has written for a variety of publications. She wrote essays and reviews for the Journal of the Lincoln Heights Literary Society, fiction for Storylandia and two anthologies: "Chase and Other Stories" and "The Tagger and Other Stories." More of her work can be found at www.WapshottPress.com

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