The Magi - Kindle Edition Reviews
Description:Genre: Sci-Fi & Fantasy / Author: Kevin M. Turner / Kindle Edition
Newest Review: ... and makes a run for it. The yellow eyes he's met with in the darkness, before he manages to flee his house, mark the ... more
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by - written on 15/11/11, updated on 16/11/11 (Very useful, 51 readings)
Many thanks to author Kevin M.Turner for providing me with an ARC of his novel for an honest review. I have been recieving a lot of novels to review via my book blog, some have been almost painful to keep reading, never mind review. (I know that sounds awful- just being honest) I like writing about things i've enjoyed, it's always great to find amongst the pile one that demands your full attention, as this novel did. But i do understand that perhaps i should include reviews of novels i haven't enjoyed too...maybe at a later date. The Magi is the first novel in a five-book YA fantasy series, initially written for the enjoyment of his ... Read the complete review
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