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Shasha and Percy had no reason to be friends, but a day saved brought them together. Now Percy's ambition brings about more trouble than either of them can handle alone. Best effort and good intentions go miles but only as a pair can they face the troubles to come. Without magic, weapon, or common sense Percy has nothing but Chutzpah to attempt to keep Shasha by his side to save both their hides from a threat that has followed them from the first.
This is the first book in the Arcane Savant series. I wanted to tell an organic story as if it was just you and I sitting down and talking. A story that flowed and dipped into the history that has been built up. I do hope you enjoy this first short book as I plan for there to be many more to come yet still!
©2014 Bradley Clarke McDowell (P)2014 Bradley Clarke McDowell
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By ArcaneBard on 03-04-16

A Smart Fantasy

A pleasing mixture of fantastic magic and quasi-scientific steampunk told with a light hearted mood. Like many debut fantasies, the story is sometimes blogged down with exposition and explanations. However, the overall tale is worth it. Clever, fun, and inventive.

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By Adrian on 02-18-15

Good story

Story and plot was excellent, world building was amazing. No serious complaints, overall a decent book. Not sure what else to say, really.

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