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free read Spellbound 106 T Unfortunately he can't escape the chaos of his old life His mentor suffers from an incurable curse agents of the fabled Halcyon hunt him day and night pieces of Francesca's story don't add up and the prophesized War of Disjunction looms on the horizonNico and Francesca don't know it yet but they are going to have to fit together the pieces of an age old puzzle and discover the demon's darkest secre. This book is so much fun It starts with the rush of action and exhilaration with which most fantasy stories end We ve all read enough of them to know the formula slow pace methodically building up to the fantastic finish the finish the author wrote the book to get to the beginning and middle just being that annoying necessity Mr Dr Charlton kicks that standard template in the ass and provides a 400 page rush I enjoyed every second of itThe story picks up 10 years after Spellwright left off and the focus is not on that books protag Nicodemous Weal but instead on a doctor Francesca Some readers may not consider a true series in that sense but I didn t miss Nicodemous Fran is too much fun And Charlton does a great job of balancing multiple POVs There is a huge leap in his writing s maturity from Spellwright to Spellbound and this balance is not the least exampleAside from being a fun adventure story Charlton gets cerebral on us I m not even going to attempt to tackle an explanation of what the book is about but if you are a lover of language and medicine you ll enjoy itWhen you get to surprise reveal at the end just as an FYI I figured it out on page 165 I m just sayin Okay so he sorta hinted at it in an interview when discussing the cover art so I don t think I would have figured it out on my own otherwise But maybeOverall Spellbound is uite the accomplishment The story characters and dense ideas are so layered and interwoven that it could have been a big mess but he keeps it all straight and easy to understand Though at one point I was on the verge of graphing out the various political factionsAs much as I liked Spellwright Spellbound blows it out of the water Can t wait for book 3

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free read Spellbound 106 R to the notorious rogue wizard Nicodemus Weal and brings her face to face with demons demigods and a man she hoped never to see againTen years ago Nico escaped Starhaven Academy leaving behind his failed life in which he was considered disabled and felt useless Now in Spellbound he's starting fresh using his newfound gifts in the dark Chthonic languages to pursue the emerald that holds his birthrigh. Those of you who have seen my review of Spellwright the first book in the series will know that my journey into the series started when I noticed Spellbound sitting in the university second hand bookstore From the moment I noticed this book I knew I had to get in on the series It was screaming out to me A magical world based up words with a dyslexic protagonist of course I would be game Thus getting my hands on book one became of vital importanceAs soon as it was in my hands the book was devoured Whilst it was not a perfect read I thoroughly enjoyed it and was eager to start book two There was so much word building so much potential for things to come that not reading the second book would be a crimeIt is safe to say upon reading book two I m still in love with the series Whilst book one was a mere enjoyment book this one was an adored book I loved it The issues I had with the first book were resolved and so much happened throughout If you have read book one and you re unsure as to whether book two will improve upon things know that it goes beyond simply improving Book two is a brilliant creation in and of itself adding so much to the world whilst continuing the story forwardIn book one we had a lot of world building meaning at times the action was somewhat slow With book two we start with action and continue throughout There is not a dry moment to be seen Following the characters from book one we watch them get to work on the plans that have been building for the last ten years We knew at the end of book two that action was to occur and in Spellbound we watch all of the effort come together to create the showdown we were all waiting forDon t worry though we re not limited to watching the same characters playing out their roles for a second time In Spellbound we have a wonderful new cast of characters In fact the newest additions to the series are the characters that truly made the book for me Yes I adored the characters in book one but those introduced in this story were so interesting We have a truly witty character a multidimensional character you cannot help to love Without a doubt you ll be pulled into the storylines of the new characters within moments It s as though you have known them from the start of the seriesHonestly with the new characters and the development of the story Spellbound is an even stronger book than Spellwright I adored it Whilst the first one did not need all that much improvement this book went beyond what I had expected and created a beautiful second book I cannot wait to see what the final book in the trilogy has in store for usOverall this was a wonderful read working to show why Blake Charlton needs recognition as an author

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free read Spellbound 106 The exciting seuel to the acclaimed epic fantasy debut Spellwright by Blake CharltonFrancesca DeVega is a healer in the city of Avel composing magical sentences that close wounds and disspell curses But when a newly dead patient sits up and tells her that she must flee the infirmary or face a fate worse than death Francesca finds herself in the middle of a game she doesn't understand one that ties he. Spellbound is an improvement over Spellwright It s got the same fun feel and the same loveable characters but there s a level of maturity depth and growth in Spellbound that really makes it fly high Charlton has made his mark I am excited to see where he can take us nextRead my full review here