Accidental Sorcerers

Accidental Sorcerers

by Larry Kollar

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Product Details

BN ID: 2940044256651
Publisher: Larry Kollar
Publication date: 01/15/2013
Series: Accidental Sorcerers , #1
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 1,175,759
File size: 654 KB
Age Range: 13 Years

About the Author

Larry Kollar lives in north Georgia, surrounded by kudzu, pines, and in-laws. He writes fantasy, science fiction, and horror, and is a regular contributor to #FridayFlash and #TuesdaySerial. You can find his strange fiction, and even stranger reality, at farmanor.blogspot.com/His first novel, "White Pickups," is now available on Smashwords.Follow Larry on Twitter at FARfetched58.

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Accidental Sorcerers 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
BrookeJohnson More than 1 year ago
Accidental Sorcerers was an easy, enjoyable read, something I could pick up and read a scene or a chapter during work breaks or before bed. It’s short, the first in a series of novellas, and I look forward to reading more about Mik and Sura in the next books. As far as plot goes, the book reads like a series of connected short stories, which I liked. It reminded me of The Graveyard Book by Neil Gaiman in that regard. My favorite chapters (without giving anything away) were toward the end of the book, when the main characters get to visit with other young apprentices. I love the magic-school setting, and I hope to see more interaction between the apprentices in future books. The characters are interesting, and the romance between Mik and Sura is sweet—and though my prudish sensibilities have me squirming at twelve and thirteen year olds talking about sex, I know that it’s realistic, and I commend the author for not shying away from that. I really loved the magic in the story, especially how the sorcerers only did the hand-waving and chanting with their spells because that’s what the common folk expect of magic-users. Also, the author did a good job of creating a magic system that wasn’t bogged down with too many rules, yet still had limitations. All in all, it was a good read, and I really look forward to reading the next book Water and Chaos.
SJT22 More than 1 year ago
So disjointed and confusing I concluded the author needs to go to school. Read some books about how to write books, dude.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago