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
"An entertaining read." (Underground Book Reviews)
GREAT STORY LINE, WENT THROUGH THE HOLE THING IN ONE SITTING, HOPE TO SEE IT IN A SERIES. GOOD JOB
SOME OF THE FEMALE VOICES WERE BAD NEEDS WORK THERE
I liked this book and hope there will be more in the series. While it didn't blow my mind, it was well written with a good story and a decent narrator. I can't really ask for much more than that oin an audiobook.
We are such stuff as dreams are made on, and our little life, is rounded with a sleep.
I am getting back my $3.02 because I can't bear the non-stop urgency in the narrator's tone. it's so distracting and I can't bear to listen to the read.
nothing read by this guy
the title of the book. Mageborn!
I loved this series.
Young man awakening to his powers without a teacher. Finds various learning opportunities along the way, coming to discover he is probably the most powerful person of his kind ever born (although not put in those words, that's what's implied). Then tragedy strikes at the very end of the series - or so it seems; I wonder what the next installment will reveal?
Needs more content designed at driving the plot. There is a ton of missused space in this novel. It is one of those books were you read the whole thing and are still waiting for the book to begin. There are whole chapters that really don't add to the plot at all and the book basically goes nowhere but to build some basic characters and some plot lines.
Create more interplay between the characters.
Describe the world more. Basically you only have 2 points of interest in this book. The house where the main character grew up and the castle he gets invited to. There is not a dynamic environment in this book at all and that is a character on its own in epic fantasy.
He was clear and his voices were not bad. Good pace as well.
The book was not terrible but I think people are overrating it.
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