Wizard in a Witchy World

  • by Jamie McFarlane
  • Narrated by Lou Lambert
  • 8 hrs and 6 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Modern day wizard Felix Slade knows better than to meddle in the lives of witches. But when a chance encounter with a beautiful witch, Gabriella, sparks a vision of her demise at the hand of a werewolf, he knows he must act. To make matters worse, his vision reveals feelings he has for this woman he's only seen from afar, and in that moment his life is changed forever.
Trouble has been brewing in sleepy Leotown, but explodes when Felix witnesses the gruesome murder of Gabriella's coven leader and ends up number one on a short list of suspects. It's a poor start to their relationship when Gabriella and her coven sisters attack Felix while looking for answers. With her foot literally on his chest, Felix begins to doubt what he felt in his vision - that is, until the werewolves actually show up.
Wizard in a Witchy World is the first book in the Witchy World series - an urban fantasy, paranormal fairy tale.

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Great Story and great writing by Jamie as usual

I am a serious SciFi fan so a book about Witches and Wizards was a step outside my norm. It took me a while to get into the first couple chapters but after that I was hooked. I like the subtle hints of the occult and the use of magical beings so to speak.
The hard part was Lou Lamberts narration. I eventually got used to his style but I continuously thought everyone was in their 50's and 60's. Obviously that wasn't the case. Messed with my minds visual a few times. I like Lou's voice and by the time I got to the end of the book I had everything sorted out.
Overall it was a pleasure to listen to and I would recommend it to anyone who would like something different to read. Now on to the next McFarlane book.
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- Conook

good start, narrator doesn't fit genre imho

this was a good start to a series, plenty of room for improvement on all fronts. the story was good but the narrator would be better suited to mysteries not fantasy, that being said he put forth a good effort, but I would have liked to hear someone like luke Daniels or nick pohdel, take a Crack at it, this narrator just didn't have the voice or range to bring out the charchters regardless I'm looking forward to the next installment in the series there was Solid ground work built and I feel it can only get better. just IMHO
this was my first listen so I reserve the right to add, change or improve my review, since I stayed up all night to finish it, yes I would recommend this to anyone who has the time and is in to magic from a bit of a different perspective
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- jason

Book Details

  • Release Date: 02-22-2017
  • Publisher: Fickle Dragon Publishing