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The Sorcerer's Daughter
Written by Larry KollarGenre: Fantasy, Sword and Sorcery
I had not read other stories in this series when I began this one. I did feel a little at sea being unfamiliar with what had gone before. A series writer myself, I can empathize with the challenge of cluing new readers in to the backstory while not boring the series’ fans with information they already have.
At first I thought that I wasn’t going to like the book. With two youthful sorcerer apprentices at a training camp of sorts I wondered if this was going to turn out to be derivative of Harry Potter.
However, I grew to like Sura, the female of the young pair, who proves to be feisty, quick-witted, true to her values, loyal to her soulmate and not the least bit stymied by palace intrigue. I enjoyed the chemistry between her and Mik. So after what for me was a bit of a rough start getting into the story, I enjoyed the rest of the read.
Review Disclaimer: Book provided in exchange for an honest review.