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Publisher's Summary

It's been 10 years since the Battlemage War, where thousands died as mages sundered the earth and split the sky. 
Habreel believes eradicating magic is the only way to ensure a lasting peace. He will do anything to achieve his goal, even if it means murdering every child born with the ability. As deaths involving magic increase and the seat of magical learning - the Red Tower - falls under suspicion, two students and one lawbringer must do everything they can to combat Habreel and his followers before magic disappears from the world for good. 
©2017 Stephen Aryan (P)2017 Little Brown Book Group
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3 out of 5 stars
By Jason Gervia on 03-16-18

Feels like a middle book

Lots of setup but not a lot of resolution. I like the world that he’s created but found myself getting bored at the end of the book. Needed better pacing/editing.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Derek on 05-23-18

A great way to pass time

Really enjoying this series of books, they are well read by the narrator and have helped me pass the time on long car journeys.

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4 out of 5 stars
By Skegg on 04-02-18

A change of pace

What did you like most about Mageborn?

I unashamedly enjoyed Battle, Blood and Chaos so I snatched this up directly. I enjoyed getting to now the old characters like Choss and Tammy again now that they have grown up a bit.

What did you like best about this story?

It feels a bit more mature, tackling propaganda and fake news in a fantasy environment - it is very relevant to the actual world!

Have you listened to any of Matt Addis’s other performances? How does this one compare?

Matt Addis is one of my favorite narrators and this is another solid performance.

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

There are a few 'sacrifice for the greater good' moments but it's not a tear-jerker, it's a swords and magic fantasy thriller!

Any additional comments?

Whilst the last trilogy was three self-contained stories, this felt like a set-up for a three-part tale. A change in pace but an improvement in writing style and story / character development from the author, I liked it though, looking forward to the next installment already!

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4 out of 5 stars
By miss n j barkley on 12-14-17

It was a good story and new characters were believable but the end felt like it just stopped halfway through the story. I felt there were too many loose ends but I'm sure it was setting up for the next book in the series. Will await the next installment.

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