Ceril trains as a technomage aboard the Inkwell Sigil, a ship with the ability to travel between dimensions. Just as Ceril is preparing to undergo his rites and finish his training, the Inkwell Sigil loses power. Stranded in space with no way back home, Ceril and four of his classmates are given their final assignment: go into uncharted territory, find a way back home, and bring back the one person who can fix the ship - Damien Vennar himself.
The narration was great, but the writing was off in a couple ways. First, the dialogs were forced and kept going on about "don't you get it?..Show More »" many times the author felt the need to tell readers the same thing over and over. Secondly, the sudden flip [spoilers] of gramps' character was strange, and off putting. The needless killing was very over the top, especially when killed in such needlessly gruesome ways. As a note, not everyone vomits when faced with death. The narration was enjoyable. I had no issues following which character was which and found the voice very soothing. « Show Less
Ceril Bain is on the run only a day after waking up from a coma and learning that his arm and leg have been ripped off. With terrorists with nanotechnology-powered magic killing everyone around them, Ceril's team barely escape with their lives. They go to the only place they think they can get some answers - Ceril's grandfather's house. While they're there, an energy storm forms in the garden where Ceril found his Flameblade over six years ago.
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