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Tower of Sorcery by James Galloway

 

Young, almost ranger finds he can do magic and is being escorted to the Tower for schooling, when he gets ambushed . . . more would be telling . . . ..

Note: Tower of Sorcery contains some graphic violence and harsh language.


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Listed: May 3, 2013

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By Fiona Gregory, editor

Jun 30, 2013: Straight-up sword and sorcery young adult fiction. It’s a bit exposition heavy on the first page, but the story is well on its way – though at a fairly sedate pace – by the second chapter.

The plain page format – where the text goes all the way across the screen – is not the easiest to read on a computer screen. This, more than the story content, made it a "tough slog" and discouraged me from reading further online. By comparison, I note how most web fiction sites are designed with a sidebar (e.g. the table of contents) down the side of the page taking up space, and somehow this helps greatly with readibility.

There are some simple solutions (http://www.readability.com/, print it out) so this story is still worth a look if you can’t get enough of that sword and sorcery goodness with werekind thrown in.

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The first book in an EPIC series..!

By Seastallion, member

Apr 23, 2016: This is the first book in an amazing series, sometimes called the Firestaff Series. Or the Tarrin Kael Chronicals. Regardless of which overall title you prefer, it is very well written, has a highly detailed world, a large cast of characters, and combined with the 7 other books, a long but very enjoyable length. The author (Fel aka James Galloway), is also currently writing a short story that takes place post series, that is also turning out very nicely. I would however HIGHLY recommend that you read the entire [more . . .]

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Magic,Magic everywhere.

By Tempest, author of Mage Life

Jan 9, 2014: Tower of sorcery is a great read. I loved it. tarrin is likable and well thought out. as the story grows it takes a darker tone. this doesn’t detract from the story at all as I thought it might. it opens up into a truly magic world with epic battles. lovers of fantasy, I call on you all to have a look.

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By Robin, member

May 11, 2015: its a fantastic series I’ve read it 4 times already and it never gets old its mainstream quality and i love it

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