The Novice

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Author: Taran Matharu
Publisher: Feiwel & Friends
ISBN: 9781250067135
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Category: Young Adult Fiction

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He can summon demons. But can he win a war Fletcher is working as a blacksmith’s apprentice when he discovers he has the rare ability to summon demons from another world. Chased from his village for a crime he did not commit, Fletcher must travel with his demon, Ignatius, to an academy for adepts, where the gifted are taught the art of summoning.Along with nobles and commoners, Fletcher endures grueling lessons that will prepare him to serve as a Battlemage in the Empire’s war against the savage Orcs. But sinister forces infect new friendships and rivalries grow. With no one but Ignatius by his side, Fletcher must decide where his loyalties lie. The fate of the Empire is in his hands.

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  • Yano Sinocci
    This would be a great movie! Great portrayal of the antagonists, it makes you hate them to the bone. Good balance on beating the hell out of the protagonist and an epic comeback. The twist at the end makes me want to strangle somebody! Good read!
  • C.L. Smith
    Good effort, I think a few extra drafts would have helped. The author should read On Writing by Stephen King. I think he would learn a lot, and his stories would benefit for the better.
  • Soccer_ Gamer
    PES I want to Mek a vedlo
  • Kris Jack
    An amazing read. Could not stop reading Well put together. As a blacksmith and a hunter I was sucked in and felt like the main character. Loved all demons and how they acted and where very key to the story.
  • ro cc
    great read This is the first book in many years to catch my interest for reading. Great job
  • adrien betcher
    Really great book, the second book is even better!
  • James Carroll
    Great from start to finish
  • Walter Wylie
    The Novice Great read loved the story
  • Matt Carr
    Not a strong recommendation, but once you start you have to finish. Very amateur and YA, but hints of brilliance shine through. Conclusions of the first two books leave a lot to be desired – the series was very clearly planned as a single story, and it seems like the author had trouble separating it into discrete novels

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