Wizard's Bane: Book One of the Sojurn Chronicles

Wizard s Bane Book One of the Sojurn Chronicles Dale was stranded and around him he gathered the flotsam and jetsam outcasts of a doomed world in deadly peril becoming it s last desperate defender The gathering of this group of defenders is the es

  • Title: Wizard's Bane: Book One of the Sojurn Chronicles
  • Author: Crystalwizard
  • ISBN: 9781418423124
  • Page: 422
  • Format: Paperback
  • Wizard's Bane: Book One of the Sojurn Chronicles

    Dale was stranded and around him he gathered the flotsam and jetsam outcasts of a doomed world in deadly peril, becoming it s last desperate defender The gathering of this group of defenders is the essence of this panoramic novel It is a novel of the journey of a technologically advanced hero stranded on a world steeped in magic, and the people he gathers along the waDale was stranded and around him he gathered the flotsam and jetsam outcasts of a doomed world in deadly peril, becoming it s last desperate defender The gathering of this group of defenders is the essence of this panoramic novel It is a novel of the journey of a technologically advanced hero stranded on a world steeped in magic, and the people he gathers along the way technology made to control reality and magic that would not be controlled lt s about people with strong personalities thrown into conflict and held together by the will of one man, a man with a cause, to save a world WIZARD S BANE Book one of the Sojurn Chronicles, is a novel of boundless imagination, wonderful characters, and fast paced action that can be compared with the Shadow Trilogy by Chris Claremont and George Lucas and the daring days of classic fantasy Ray McLester

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    1. Sassy Brit

      The scientific elements are limited to the suits Dale and his lifelong friend wears, and to brief references that arise in conversations throughout the book. A little humorous at times, a little fearful, but Crystalwizard keeps the story elements fairly balanced.The theme of Wizard's Bane seems to be that people need to learn to live together in peace. Another theme, in my opinion, could be: there will always be trouble to face so keep yourself prepared.Wizard's Bane by Crystalwizard is highly r [...]

    2. Hectaizani

      A classical style fantasy novel that draws its influences from many recognizable sources, Wizard’s Bane captures the reader’s attention and draws them into the pages. In the opening paragraphs that are vaguely reminiscent of the start of Terminator: The Movie we meet Dale, a man from a technologically superior world who finds himself marooned in a land of magic. Dale has a penchant for attracting a rag-tag band of followers that, not surprisingly, ultimately end up matching the character pro [...]

    3. Kerry

      Wizard's Bane - Crystalwizard (6/10)Fantasy; book 1 of the Sojurn Chronicles; read for [FantasyFavorites].A solid read that appears on the surface to be a standard "travelling" fantasy, but carries some interesting hidden depths. The growing suspicion of a historical war between magic and psionics and the contrast between the local inhabitants of the planet (a fairly standard fantasy setting) and the high-tech psi characters from off-world raise this up to a higher level. My main issue with the [...]

    4. Grady

      Crystalwizard did a fantastic job of coming up with lovable characters and an original storyline that will keep you entertained. People who enjoy magic, science, mystery and adventure stories will have a great time following Dale and his band of misfits as they travel though old Earth in search of the power that brought Dale there.This is a great blend of science and magic that leaves the reader wondering what will happen next. I have also read the second book of the series, "Villenspell: City o [...]

    5. Mike Griffiths

      Crystalwizard is just getting started with the first book of her series. She makes sure we get inside the character's heads and get to know them quickly. I tend to like books with a lot of different characters and here CW doesn't let you down. What starts with 2 men, quickly grows to a team of six who are forced to face danger after danger as the true impact of what they might be facing sets in. It diffenately leaves you looking forward to the next book.

    6. Staci

      I started reading this book in electronic book format. I thought it would be interesting because it's kind of a cross between science fiction & fantasy, and I'm trying to read more science fiction. But I just could not get into this book. I wasn't that crazy about the writing style and never really became attached to the characters. So I decided not to finish it.

    7. Michelle

      Seems to be a self-published first novel (correct me if I'm wrong) - a darn good story - not terribly original but well-told. Pretty decent for being self-published, but honestly the editing is so poor it's distracting. In spite of that, I'd read another book by this author

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