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Spellbound ❰BOOKS❯ ✫ Spellbound Author Blake Charlton – Larringtonlifecoaching.co.uk Francesca DeVega Is A Successful Healer In The City Of Avel, Wielding Magical Text To Close Wounds And Disspell Curses, But Her Life Is Thrown Into Chaos When A Dead Patient Suddenly Sits Up And Tells Francesca DeVega Is A Successful Healer In The City Of Avel, Wielding Magical Text To Close Wounds And Disspell Curses, But Her Life Is Thrown Into Chaos When A Dead Patient Suddenly Sits Up And Tells Her To Run Now Francesca Is In The Middle Of A Game She Doesn T Understand.


10 thoughts on “Spellbound

  1. Erica Erica says:

    Egads, I had to do math to figure out the rating for this and I resent that Because, like Teen Talk Barbie, I think math is hard.Anyhow, Blake, please don t read this one either It s just not a good idea.Sooohere s why math was involved I kept having to break the book down into pieces There was the first third, then the second half of the second third, then the first three eighths of the final third and the next eighth and then the following two eighthsit was really hard, ok Fractions Egads, I had to do math to figure out the rating for this and I resent that Because, like Teen Talk Barbie, I think math is hard.Anyhow, Blake, please don t read this one e...


  2. Jonathan Terrington Jonathan Terrington says:

    Well what can I say.Normally I m reluctant to go the full five stars with a book well, not that reluctant but I rarely give entire series all fives unless I absolutely love them However when I finished this brilliant follow up to Spellwright I had to award another five stars.Blake Charlton may not be receiving the accolades of Pat Rothfuss but I would encourage every true fantasy lover to engage in this series and read it Both are equally deserving up and comers in the genre from what I ve r Well what can...


  3. Sarah Sarah says:

    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 next.Read my full review here


  4. Ranting Dragon Ranting Dragon says:

    ten years after the events in Spellwright, Nicodemus has left the Heaven Tree Valley and is now in the city of Avel, still pursuing the demon Typhon in an attempt to recover the Emerald of Aarahest, which contains the other part of his soul and the cure to his cacography With it, he will be able to become the Halycon a prophesied savior of magical language instead of what he is now, the Storm Petrel a prophesied destroyer of magical language He s det ten years after the events in Spellwright, Nicodemus has left the Heaven Tree Valley and is now in the city of Avel, still pursuing the demon Typhon in an attempt to recover the Emerald of Aarahest, which contains the other part of his soul and the cure to his cacography With it, he will be able to become the Halycon a prophesied savior of magical language instead of what he is now, the Storm Petrel a prophesied destroyer of magical language He s determined to let nothing stop him in this quest, but then Francesca arrives and invokes feelings inside him that he s never felt before.Francesca is a cleric, no longer attached to the wizardly order, who uses her magic to help her patients However, when Typhon s reluctant avatar, Dierdre, dies on her table and then comes back to life, Francesca s world view is shattered as she uncovers a demon s secret plot to take over Avel and then the entire continent not to mention the plans that the demon apparently has for...


  5. Bastard Bastard says:

    Spellbound is right up there with my most entertaining novels so far this year Blake Charlton puts the pedal to the metal from the get go, and doesn t let off until the last word is written The book really has a bit of everything, interesting magic system, cool and fun characters, great action, some comedy, drama, romance, tragedy, horror, good dialogue and banter, etc It s simply a fun and entertaining read from the get go, and I m sure few will be d Spellbound is right up there with my most entertaining novels so far this year Blake Charlton puts the pedal to the metal from the get go, and doesn t let off until the last word is written The book really has a bit of everything, interesting magic system, cool and fun characters, great action,...


  6. Siobhan Siobhan says:

    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 importance.As soon as it was in my hands, the boo Those of you who have seen my review o...


  7. Tyson Tyson says:

    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 it.The story picks up 10 years after Spellwright This book is so much fun It starts with the rush of action and exhilaration with which most fantasy stories end We v...


  8. Steve Steve says:

    I quite enjoyed this book, and the beginning was made all thebetter by including a brief synopsis of part of the first book, which allowed me to recall other parts of the story and better place what was occurring in context The action built up slowly, introducing some new characters, and reusing some old ones, and then it seemed to drag through the second half of the book It stopped dragged when it finally reached the climax, which was riveting, and then the resolution which wrapped up s I quite enjoyed this book, and the beginning was made all thebetter by including a brief synopsis of part of the first book, which allowed me to recall other parts of the story and better place what was occurring in context The action built up slowly, introducing some new characters, and reusing some old ones, and then it seemed to drag through the second half of the book It stopped dragged when it finally reached the climax, ...


  9. Seregil of Rhiminee Seregil of Rhiminee says:

    Last year I read and reviewed Blake Charlton s fantastic Spellwright and now I ll write a review about the fantastic sequel, Spellbound, which is even better andfascinating than Spellwright In other words, it s a perfect sequel and readers, who have read Spellwright, will love it.Before I begin to write my review, I ll mention that this review is based on a PDF review version of Spellbound The PDF version didn t contain any maps or cover art It took me only a couple of days to read this Last year I read and reviewed Blake Charlton s fantastic Spellwright and now I ll write a review about the fantastic sequel, Spellbound, which is even better andfascinating than Spellwright In other words, it s a perfect sequel and readers, who have read Spellwright, will love it.Before I begin to write my review, I ll mention that this review is based on a PDF review version of Spellbound The PDF version didn t contain any maps or cover art It took me only a couple of days to read this PDF version, because I couldn t sto...


  10. Mieneke Mieneke says:

    Blake Charlton s debut novel Spellwrightreview made my top five books read in 2010 list last year, so me buying Spellbound was a given Unfortunately I had to wait until I got to go Sinterklaas shopping to get it, so I didn t get to read it immediately on publication, to my great chagrin But, I made up for that by reading it in two sittings and wow, was it great to return to the world Charlton has created Spellbound is set ten years after the events of Spellwright and as such, life in the S Blake Charlton s debut novel Spellwrightreview made my top five books read in 2010 list last year, so me buying Spellbound was a given Unfortunately I had to wait until I got to go Sinterklaas shopping to get it, so I didn t get to read it immediately on publication, to my great chagrin But, I made up for that by reading it in two sittings and wow, was it great to return to the world Charlton has created Spellbound is set ten years after the events of Spellwright and as such, life in the Six Human Kingdoms has moved on Adherents of the Prophecy and the Counter Prophecy are moving in opposition of each other and the demon Typhon is taking aactive role in the ...


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