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Publisher's Summary

The land of Alusia is on the brink of war as two men have each claimed the throne. Only the true king can sound the Horn of Moran and prove his nobility. But the Horn has been lost for years. If it is not found - and soon - it could mean the destruction of an entire nation. It wasn’t that long ago that young Alexander Taylor embarked on his first adventure, where he discovered he was a wizard and destroyed the fearsome dragon, Slathbog.

Now he joins a band of seasoned adventurers who have been called up to retrieve the legendary Horn of Moran. Their journey to the mysterious Tower of the Moon will take them through an enchanted forest, into battle against a goblin army, past the watchful eyes of griffin guards, and face-to-face with a sphinx and her deadly riddles.With his sword, Moon Slayer, and the wise counsel of his wizard mentor, Whalen Vankin, Alex must use all his wizard and warrior skills to fight a darkness that may consume them all.

©2011 Mark L. Forman (P)2011 Shadow Mountain

Critic Reviews

"Entertaining... The series potential is limitless." ( Booklist)

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Alex goes on a second successful adventure. He is becoming a fine wizard..

Imaginative story telling. Characters are finely drawn and very lifelike. The adventures are thrilling and a bit dangerous. The narrator has a separate distinctive voice for each character. Beautifully done.

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I'm loving the series

I love how emersive the book is and can't what to hear more, also the reader dose a really good job.

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Well received story

Thanks would like to go to the next in the series. At this time Oma _bookworm

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Great series

The book is good clean entertainment. It teaches good morals; honor, truthfulness, and friendship. I look forward to the next in the series.

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Awesome

I really liked this book, if you've finished the first book, I would recommended buying this one.

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  • Renée
  • Edmonton, Alberta Canada
  • 05-05-18

It's OK

It's a good story it pulls you win but it's not original if you read other really good series like the hobbit and harry potter in fable haven although Siri you'll realize that adventures wanted is not original and really the main character just has to much power OK I've said this over and over again but you don't give your main character that much power and you can be humble to a point but after that point it gets kind of ridiculous he's always trying to find a way for him to have not done it for example in the first box sync about the troll seen where we seen that before it's an exact copy down to the words are used seriously it's like he rewrote the hobbit all terrible though it does pull you win at first but after a while it just kind of goes downhill

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fun but no masterpiece

It's a fun book but I find that the conclusion feel un-earned overall an good

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anot2 great adventure

great story lo fee the magic in the story line, the characters all very easy to like.

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Good story

Another good story by the author. The same narrator and he was good again, but not brilliant. This story adds some more wonderful characters and the story is again quest-like. The hero’s skills are expanding and growing at an astonishing rate. It did seem like he went from not knowing anything to knowing how to do all kinds of stuff in hurry, but it didn’t detract from the story. If you liked the first book you will like this one. I’d recommend this to anyone who likes adventure/quest type stories. It’s clean, fun and character focused. I gave it four stars and recommend it.

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Awesome book and series

I love this series and I listen to it all the time (like when I am cleaning, lawn mowing and when I am on a long drive)