Vicious Magick

Vicious Magick

by Jordan Baugher
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Vicious Magick 2.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 89 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This was the absolute worst piece of drivel ever! It was pointless, choppy, and no one behaved properly. There was no sense of continuity or comraderie among the characters. There was no depth to any of them and I was hoping they would all die to end the story that much quicker.
Mike71 More than 1 year ago
This series is a very quick read. It is funny and witty. I enjoyed it very much. I bought it after reading the reviews and ignoring them. I was glad I chose to ignore them and they are not an accurate depiction of this series. I strongly suggest that you read the series.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
What a story! Definetly a change of pace but very funny.
OnlyOnTambo More than 1 year ago
Loved the irreverent take on all aspects of society- political and religious. Very witty. Loved the quirky characters. Definitely not Tolkien but I was super entertained the whole way through. Only criticism was the abrupt ending. Felt like the author got up for a coffee break and forgot to come back
9nan More than 1 year ago
I am 75, and like something different. I enjoyed this cleverly written book.
kaishicheoylee More than 1 year ago
Unlike many reviews I read, I got a kick out of this little story. There is a lot of character building that happens in a short time and they are a quirky lot. I enjoyed the authors sense of humor and actually read a few passages to my spouse who is a Douglas Adams fan. To each his own but I thought it was kinda fun.
HeatherAMoeller More than 1 year ago
Some bits of dialogue were funny, but not enough to make the story worth reading. The story feels more like a first draft than a finished story. The frequent point of view jumping is off-putting (one part jumped to one character's point of view for two sentences then back to where it left off.) There were frequent exposition passages, many of which I could not understand the purpose of, even 40 pages in.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A wonderfully strange story for those who want something different. I can't wait to read the others in this series.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I like these stories, characters and places. Reminds me of the books of Terry Pratchett. Thank you. I did purchase several of your books!
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It's a fantasy book that doesn't come across as stuffy or high-minded. It doesn't present the protagonists as morally unimpeachable, which is a nice change.
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I only got a few pages in, and couldn't bring myself to read any further. It's written in the present tense, third person, which is pretty awkward to read. Also, there's a difference between simple language and laziness. There was absolutely zero effort put into descriptions and actions. I'm glad I didn't pay for it.
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Nothing to write home about but interesting
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Hard to read. Grammatical errors are rampant. Story switches from past tense to present tense to future tense. If the author can get it together, it will be wonderful for readers everywhere.
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