Epic Fantasy Adventure: Spell Master

  • by Blaine Hart
  • Narrated by Jason Damron
  • 1 hrs and 16 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Fools and their bodies are soon parted.
For the gnome sorcerer Vaskerath, things were supposed to be easy. He was smart, skillful, and a dedicated student to the art of magic. But things never seemed to work out as smoothly as they should. When a Halfling approached him at the tavern and asked whether he would like to play a game, he thought it'd take no effort for him (and his invisible imp that he had summoned years ago) to cheat the Halfling for all he was worth and get the clue to the magic spell he wanted so desperately.
Unfortunately for him, this was no ordinary Halfling, but a member of the ruthless and bloodthirsty Thieves Guild, sent to collect an old debt. A debt to be paid in blood and body parts.
Vaskerath knew the risks, but the chance for more power and magic was all he cared about. But it doesn't take long for Vaskerath to realize that the Thieves Guild isn't the worst of his problems. There is a powerful stranger in the land, and this enemy is closer to him than he ever suspected.


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An Epic Wizarding Adventure

This was a really entertaining adventure story- I really enjoy this type of wizard/ spell caster book. It's less of a Harry Potter wizard and more of a Lord of the Rings wizard- a more fantastical and enriched environment in my opinion, with a variety and diversity of creatures, races, places, and potential altogether. I especially liked the opening introduction- the tone, pace, ideas, and character development kick off right away in the drama that starts us off. This is one of the few books that I actually highly recommend the audio version over the text-based one- the voices (especially for the imp) and the expressions in the tone are done really well and definitely make it a fun read!! Excited for the next one :)
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- Hannah

Epic fantasy story with lots of adventure!

Would you consider the audio edition of Epic Fantasy Adventure: Spell Master to be better than the print version?

I prefer the print version actually.

What was one of the most memorable moments of Epic Fantasy Adventure: Spell Master?

Vaskerath imagined as being birth in a "heavenly occurrence of fire."

Which scene was your favorite?

When Vaskerath and his slave confront the queen in the castle.

If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?

"Join the quest to unlock your true potential!"

Any additional comments?

This book is a great read! The story has enough characters and plots placed throughout to provide some very entertaining material. I love the magical element to this book, it always seems to leave a glowing purple mystical atmosphere over the entire story!

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- Jarrius Russell

Book Details

  • Release Date: 07-21-2016
  • Publisher: Lord Hart Productions