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    Mordecai's simple life as the son of a blacksmith is transformed by the discovery of his magical birthright. As he journeys to understand the power within him he is drawn into a dangerous plot to destroy the Duke of Lancaster and undermine the Kingdom of Lothion. Love and treachery combine to embroil him in events he was never prepared to face. What he uncovers will change his understanding of the past, and alter the future of those around him.

    ©2011 Michael G. Manning (P)2013 Tantor

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    "An entertaining read." ( Underground Book Reviews)

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    Generic Mage/comeing of age story

    This Book contains Harry-Potter-levels of frustrating misunderstandings and ignorance between characters and just rushes through a generic "boy wakes up and is a legendary wizard orphan"-story. It is so much on rails that the shallow characters just become tools to progress a mediocre story. It seems like the author really struggled to decorate the bare main plot with some interesting world-building. At some points it just races past some important story parts and leaves the listener behind wondering whether this is a shortened version...
    I listened to the adept-series beforehand and even though I had some criticism there as well, that was the much better story. This feels like a first try for that.
    Also the narrator Todd McLaren performs too monotonous for my liking.