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Rafe survived the fight with the renegade Wanderer, Rowle, but was unable to defeat him. As promised, Fate finds Rafe an apprentice. He arrives at Wilford Hall expecting to find a seriously injured veteran, what he didn't expect to find was a veteran missing a couple of limbs, who was female, the lovely Therese Sylvan. Regardless, his only way to convince her to leave with him is to heal her minor injuries and tell her that he can also restore her limbs. Fleeing just ahead of the military police, they ride into the night on Beast, Rafe's manticore-possessed Harley-Davidson. While Tess recuperates, Rafe begins her training, a long process that is interrupted time and time again by Rowle's machinations. Rafe knows he cannot defeat Rowle single handedly, but can he train Tess fast enough to prevent the on-set of Ragnarök?
©2014 Richard A Bamberg (P)2017 Richard A Bamberg
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By Nadine on 08-29-17

Wander into this series

This is part of a series, and although you can probably follow events in this story, the overall arching story won't be as clear. This story takes place as Rafe's is on his mission to find Rowle andto stop Ragnarok. Along his journey he has to rescue his Apprentice from the hospital and heal her. There is so much going on in this book. Having to train an Apprentice of the opposite gender and the dynamics that go along with that, seeing an old love (with a child). This book had more personal drama but was also full of action and a little romance.

This was hard to put down...and I have to know what happens next.
Worth a credit: YES

I was provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator, or publisher in exchange for an honest review.

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By Montzalee Wittmann on 08-24-17

Rafe gets an Apprentice! Magic, battles, fun!

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Apprentice: Wanderers, Book 2<br/>Written by: Richard A Bamberg<br/>Narrated by: Johnny Mack<br/>This is an audible book I requested and the review is voluntary.<br/>This is book two of the series but I think a reader could read this without reading the first one and not get lost. In this one, Rafe is getting an apprentice, of course she didn't know about it until he just shows up to get her. He has to heal her missing leg, hand, and burned face. Stealing her from the hospital didn't go well by the hospital staff but it was great. Rafe's familiar, Beast, is a mythological creature that shape shifts into a Harley. Of course he talks which is something he has to do in private, makes things a bit awkward otherwise. Since the cops are after them, they stop off at a place Rafe knew from 20 years ago. This might not have been a good idea, he meets an old fling who is still there and has aged, he hasn't. He had loved her and she loved him. She has a son about what age Rafe looks, but he's not his son.<br/>There are also portals being opened, creatures coming in. Trying to figure out who and why this is happening. Apprentice to train and to finish healing. Women to deal with. Oh, my! Fun book. I liked the first one better but this is still great. Great fantasy, magic, touch of romance, action, adventure, and battles. <br/>The narrator is still the same, which I am glad. He is awesome. It also is nice to have the same voices for consistency. He can do all these voices wonderfully esp. Beast!<br/>

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By C. Rowlands on 08-24-17

Strong sequel with interesting new characters

The second book in this series sees the titular Wanderer Rafe gain a new apprentice named Tess and the underlying theme of the book is introducing her to this new world she finds herself dropped into with no notice.

The author did a good job of expanding our knowledge of the wider magic world with a number of new monsters and a possibly significant new character who has his own motivations that prevent him from being declared friend or foe at this stage.

I was pleasantly surprised that the author didn't take any of the easy options with regards to the non-recurring supporting characters of this book and decisions by Rafe had actual consequences.

The narrator continued to give a strong performance for the main character, but I think he will need a bit more time to fully get comfortable with the personality of Tess as she didn't seem quite as polished, but this did not detract from the overall performance.

Overall, I found this a very enjoyable book and will be eagerly awaiting the next one in the series.


[Note - I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.]

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