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New tests await. It's time to take control. When Lorit's friend and mentor goes missing, he has no choice but to seize the leadership of the Wizards' Council to win their support. He must undertake the life and death challenges on his own, to become a Master Wizard even though the trials have been subverted by the Temple. The evil Wizard Priests have bound his partner, t New tests await. It's time to take control. When Lorit's friend and mentor goes missing, he has no choice but to seize the leadership of the Wizards' Council to win their support. He must undertake the life and death challenges on his own, to become a Master Wizard even though the trials have been subverted by the Temple. The evil Wizard Priests have bound his partner, the Sorceress Chihon, in their plan to turn her into their next High Priestess. Can Lorit avoid the traps the Temple has set for him and free his friends, or will he fall to their treachery and face them as enemies?   The epic tale continues in book 2 of the Apprentice to Master Series. It's perfect for fans of D.K. Holmberg, Will Wight, and K.F. Breene. Grab your copy today!


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New tests await. It's time to take control. When Lorit's friend and mentor goes missing, he has no choice but to seize the leadership of the Wizards' Council to win their support. He must undertake the life and death challenges on his own, to become a Master Wizard even though the trials have been subverted by the Temple. The evil Wizard Priests have bound his partner, t New tests await. It's time to take control. When Lorit's friend and mentor goes missing, he has no choice but to seize the leadership of the Wizards' Council to win their support. He must undertake the life and death challenges on his own, to become a Master Wizard even though the trials have been subverted by the Temple. The evil Wizard Priests have bound his partner, the Sorceress Chihon, in their plan to turn her into their next High Priestess. Can Lorit avoid the traps the Temple has set for him and free his friends, or will he fall to their treachery and face them as enemies?   The epic tale continues in book 2 of the Apprentice to Master Series. It's perfect for fans of D.K. Holmberg, Will Wight, and K.F. Breene. Grab your copy today!

30 review for Wizard's Education

  1. 5 out of 5

    Ella Medler

    Wizard’s Education is the second novel in the Apprentice to Master series. In this instalment, Lorit and Chihon continue on their way to Amedon, where they expect to further their training. Unfortunately, the Priests of the Temple of Ran have managed to corrupt one of the members of the Wizards’ Council, and that means a disproportionately larger number of obstacles in their way. I won’t give the plot away, but I will say this story is more complex than that of the first book, and the range of adv Wizard’s Education is the second novel in the Apprentice to Master series. In this instalment, Lorit and Chihon continue on their way to Amedon, where they expect to further their training. Unfortunately, the Priests of the Temple of Ran have managed to corrupt one of the members of the Wizards’ Council, and that means a disproportionately larger number of obstacles in their way. I won’t give the plot away, but I will say this story is more complex than that of the first book, and the range of adventures Lorit and Chihon go through as they fight the evil Priests is more imaginative. Again, there is a battle between good and evil and a race against time, only this time the pace is faster and relentless. The many challenges the duo must go through in order to earn a voice on the Wizards’ Council are incredibly ingenious, fantastical and varied. The battle at the end is simply epic. We meet a few new characters along the way, again well-developed and carefully described, with their own voices, thoughts and personalities. The dialogue flows without fault. We meet some of the old characters that populate Foundling Wizard, and once again there is an eventful journey at sea. There are more magical creatures, too, and they are so well described, you could easily see them in your mind’s eye. My favourite has to be Kal’ryni, the mini dragon. Wouldn’t it be lovely if this series was turned to film? I’d love to buy a soft, fluffy mini dragon replica for myself. Lorit and Chihon grow up through their experiences and have to confront their own demons. James Eggebeen skilfully shows the difference in their thinking, and the way they both avoid the inevitable closeness drawing them together is so entertaining to read. I would recommend this novel to anyone, especially fantasy lovers. Lorit lives in a wonderful, colourful world, and it would be a pity to miss out on such an original take on wizardry and magic. This book is adventure end to end. It gets five stars form me.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Darren

    Liked the first book, very good start of the discovery magic in the main characters. Second book very disappointing and i have abandoned it and the rest of the series. Overlooking the fact that Lorit had been sent on missions that as a brand new wizard just wouldn't be feasible even with his exceptional learning rate. Going to avenge your sisters killer as a motive is fine, doing so as a brand new wizard seems a bit risky. Taking on one of the most powerful priests as a brand new wizard is suicide Liked the first book, very good start of the discovery magic in the main characters. Second book very disappointing and i have abandoned it and the rest of the series. Overlooking the fact that Lorit had been sent on missions that as a brand new wizard just wouldn't be feasible even with his exceptional learning rate. Going to avenge your sisters killer as a motive is fine, doing so as a brand new wizard seems a bit risky. Taking on one of the most powerful priests as a brand new wizard is suicide. The books have been fine perhaps lacking in a little depth with no other threads going on that would add intrigue. I abandoned the book because of the lazy writing, if you have one of the most powerful wizards ever (even though they are still learning) they should find very few things that their magic does not work on. (view spoiler)[ If you are powerful enough to pick apart the shields of one of the most powerful priests then you should have no trouble opening the cell door in the kings castle. As surely whatever wizard placed the magic dampening would have been a lesser wizard. (hide spoiler)] Essentially, having the main character being super powerful at one point to vulnerable deer in headlights the next breaks any sense of believability in the story as a whole. Find other ways to challenge the main character other than varying their magical talent.

  3. 5 out of 5

    TheNemesysFTW

    6/10 This review is spoiler-free I have to say I was somewhat disappointed. The book started nice, and I enjoyed it a lot till half the book. In fact, I liked it much more than the first book, I thought it improved a lot in the areas that lacked on the first one. But then in the second half, the story seems kind of repetitive and there are plenty of cliches. Although I'm glad to have read it, since I wanted to see more development in Lorit, I'm afraid to say that the latter half of the book has kin 6/10 This review is spoiler-free I have to say I was somewhat disappointed. The book started nice, and I enjoyed it a lot till half the book. In fact, I liked it much more than the first book, I thought it improved a lot in the areas that lacked on the first one. But then in the second half, the story seems kind of repetitive and there are plenty of cliches. Although I'm glad to have read it, since I wanted to see more development in Lorit, I'm afraid to say that the latter half of the book has kind of ruined the experience. I don't think I will be reading further in this series.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Miss K A Price

    Fantastic series I have loved this series and highly recommend it. An interesting read, with great characters and plot lines to keep your interest througgout . I also like how they are and develop throughout the series with the focus naturally moving on from the original characters in a way thermodynamic and not just to churn out another book.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Ed And

    The saga continues, slowly but.... The story of Lorit and Chicon continues and they grow in power as they face many obstacles as they journey towards the battle to save the bonded pair they are fated to replace on the Wizard's Council. I think the book was slower than necessary, but the author knows best. The saga continues, slowly but.... The story of Lorit and Chicon continues and they grow in power as they face many obstacles as they journey towards the battle to save the bonded pair they are fated to replace on the Wizard's Council. I think the book was slower than necessary, but the author knows best.

  6. 5 out of 5

    L Reps

    I'm sure the author did his best in writing this story, but I found it lacking in a lot of areas. The battles were way too lackluster..the dialogue felt inorganic, and the plot too common and predictable. I'm sure the author did his best in writing this story, but I found it lacking in a lot of areas. The battles were way too lackluster..the dialogue felt inorganic, and the plot too common and predictable.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Mary T

    loved it Lorit and Chihon are trying to find and free Zhimoson and in the process face many trials that strengthen their magic skills. As time passes Zhimoson and Rotiaqua both grow weaker. To relate anything more of this great story would spoil it.

  8. 4 out of 5

    TERRY DRISCOLL

    NOT SURE THIS BOOK DISJOINTED. NOT THAT CONCISE. SO YOU ARE CONSTANTLY PEEKING AHEAD TO DETERMINE THE COURSE HAD DIFFICULTY TRYING TO MAKE SENSE OF THE ACTIONS.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Justin

    Great set of books Pleasantly surprised at how good the story was . Can't wait for the next one. Whats next for our heros? Great set of books Pleasantly surprised at how good the story was . Can't wait for the next one. Whats next for our heros?

  10. 4 out of 5

    Melissa Jane

    Not as good as the first book and I really had trouble staying interested. I actually read multiple books in between chapters!

  11. 4 out of 5

    Stuart Macmartin

    A strong 3 stars. Likeable characters. They are still mostly reacting, but seem to have support of many magical communities — but not all.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Louise Child

    Boring Boring, repetitive .The main characters just kept getting captured and had to work out how to escape .I have up .

  13. 4 out of 5

    Lisa

    3.0 While I enjoyed the story, it felt a little over the top to me. I believe a younger adolescent would have enjoyed it as the author intended.

  14. 5 out of 5

    John Hancock

    I really enjoyed the first installment of this series and enjoyed the origins of the characters of Lorit and Chihon. Their discovery of their powers as wizard and sorceress made for a lot of fun and imaginative reading. Now, with the second novel, I see the imagination has been escalated with the introduction of a cornucopia of interesting new mystical and magical creatures, a gauntlet of challenges and puzzleboxes, and the maturing of the skills of the two main characters. I continue to enjoy the I really enjoyed the first installment of this series and enjoyed the origins of the characters of Lorit and Chihon. Their discovery of their powers as wizard and sorceress made for a lot of fun and imaginative reading. Now, with the second novel, I see the imagination has been escalated with the introduction of a cornucopia of interesting new mystical and magical creatures, a gauntlet of challenges and puzzleboxes, and the maturing of the skills of the two main characters. I continue to enjoy the characters and their relationships to each other. Their certitude in a morally treacherous terrain is from where the drama arises

  15. 5 out of 5

    Dave Neuendorf

    If you like non-stop action, this book is for you. If you like in-depth plot development and pausing for reflection, not so much. I found the constant bombardment with new challenges boring after a while, to the point where I skimmed a lot of the predictable action sequences. I've decided not to go on to the third book in the series. If you like non-stop action, this book is for you. If you like in-depth plot development and pausing for reflection, not so much. I found the constant bombardment with new challenges boring after a while, to the point where I skimmed a lot of the predictable action sequences. I've decided not to go on to the third book in the series.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Terry Reed Sr.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Andrew

  18. 4 out of 5

    Alexander Lincoln

  19. 4 out of 5

    Keith A. Walker

  20. 4 out of 5

    Ianrh

  21. 4 out of 5

    Brad Zimmerman

  22. 4 out of 5

    Nicholas Gillen

  23. 5 out of 5

    Louise Middleton

  24. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer Watt

  25. 4 out of 5

    Robert

  26. 4 out of 5

    Gus

  27. 5 out of 5

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  28. 5 out of 5

    Sharon Zitny

  29. 4 out of 5

    Varshik

  30. 5 out of 5

    Tianna Greene

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