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The second volume of The Blademage Saga, Journeyman Warsmith, takes place over two years after Apprentice Swordceror.

Kevon has grown in skill, strength, and stature. Hiding amongst the miners on the Southern Frontier, he has taken up blacksmithing, relying on the near-constant touch of iron and steel to shield him from discovery by his enemies. When he learns of a growing darkness near the site of the destruction of the Mage's tower in the West, he rejoins Waine and Bertus to investigate. He takes up the mystic arts once more, and is forced to work with a former enemy to save the Realm from an evil he helped unleash.

©2013 Chris Hollaway (P)2016 Chris Hollaway

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Simple but effective

Very simple plots and writing style. Easy to understand, follow and predict. If you just want a good easy listen this is a good choice.

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great story

I think my only complaint would be make up your mind what you are going to call the lead character. sometimes it's war smith sometimes it's adept, sometimes it's journey man mage. it can get a little confusing.