Inherited Magic

Andrew Gordinier

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Inherited Magic

Inherited Magic When John s father dies he finds a box hidden away in his father s things The things that are hidden inside change his life forever He is suddenly heir to a barbaric and bloody history of brutal glor

  • Title: Inherited Magic
  • Author: Andrew Gordinier
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 368
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • When John s father dies, he finds a box hidden away in his father s things The things that are hidden inside change his life forever He is suddenly heir to a barbaric and bloody history of brutal glory as magic slowly dies from the world Now John is stalked by powerful and petty mages as he struggles to learn the rules of the game, endangering himself and those around hWhen John s father dies, he finds a box hidden away in his father s things The things that are hidden inside change his life forever He is suddenly heir to a barbaric and bloody history of brutal glory as magic slowly dies from the world Now John is stalked by powerful and petty mages as he struggles to learn the rules of the game, endangering himself and those around him Then there is the half naked Tribesman, that only John can see, following him around Confronting his own failings and struggling with the world he has found himself in, John still has to find a way to pay his rent on time He would also like to not lose the girl of his dreams in the process This book is NOT Young Adult it contains some language inappropriate for children under 15.

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    1. Selena on said:

      I was given a free copy of this book in return for an honest review.I was asked to read Inherited Magic, by Andrew Gardinier, by inkspand in exchange for an honest review. John, 24, loses his father his mother had passed away during childbirth. His college girlfriend moved out because she had been dating another. Now he loses his father. Cleaning out his father's house he finds a mysterious box. The box was intended to be a gift to his great uncle, from Uncle John's great grandfather. His whole [...]

    2. Chris on said:

      fun readThe language in the first two chapters was over the top and then pretty much disappeared, thank goodness. At first it felt like it was leaving to many plot points in the dark, but by the end it felt like it was done on purpose. Hopefully those are explored later. A few spelling/grammar mistakes and switches in point of view were disjointed, please decide who's narrating. I hope Davy and Elena are a part of the series going forward, looking forward threading the next one.

    3. Karen Keyes on said:

      I'm his wife, so this doesn't count, but as a person who also has a lit degree and loves reading, it is a wonderful novel. Some will read for the twist on the ideals of physics; while others will enjoy familiar locations in Chicago getting tussled upon (to put it gently). I personally enjoyed the changes in John as he discovers his ambition and heritage. . . as well as his talent to acheive in both.

    4. Vikki Moore on said:

      Refreshing take on mages and magickThe first chapters were a little slow to get through, however as Mr. Gardiner developed the storyline I could feel his confidence as an author grow. The result is an entertaining and engaging story and I especially liked the role of The Tribesman. I am definitely looking forward to the next book.

    5. Jamie Barringer (Ravenmount) on said:

      (I received my copy of this book free in exchange for a fair review, which is posted elsewhere.)

    6. David Sloan on said:

      I have been looking for a new series of magic themed books for a while. Normally I read the first of a set and think "boring, contrived, repetitive" and give up.This book has a completely refreshing take on magic cleverly interwoven with government interference and believable characters whom draw you in.I cannot wait to read the next!

    7. Michael White on said:

      narrative was irritating The narrator shared too much, should have let things be explained by the story. Otherwise interesting story that I will follow up on

    8. Marie A Moore on said:

      Wish it hadn't endedI wasn't ready for this story to end An excellent story line, good action and likeable characters. Would love more . .

    9. Bruce Bruce Eidenschink on said:

      Good workThis was a great beginning to a larger story. Can't wait for the rest. I will definitely buy the sequel.

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