Zululkis Oct 20, Carolina Nazario rated it really liked it. Contact us Support us Noticeboard. Not Harry Potter but still magic woohoo! The author has very low writing skills, although his grammar is okay. Books of the Week.
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In the Lost Isle, children must become apprentices to one of the professions, and all boys - of course - dream of being "Knights of the Wind". But for Robin another destiny awaits when he permanently gives up any hope of becoming a knight so that he may train under the sorceror, Quadehar.
This is an imaginative world, and the world between worlds was appealing to me. Here is a book where the land between worlds is central. I liked the way the characters could use computers and magic and be normal and so different all at once.
The book is intended for younger readers, and because of that the story did not excite me as much as it might have. Anyone who has read a lot of fantasy could see all the plot twists coming, and the tension could have been built more, or perhaps a dose of the dry wit of Jonathon Stroud or J K Rowling would have helped.
Thus this is not a book I would recommend to adult readers unless, like me, they are voarcious children and young adult readers. Recommendation: Younger maybe ish? Savannah O. Magic works in this world and Robin finds that he has skills in this area.
When his school bully is kidnapped mistakenly for him, he feels he needs to rescue her.
QUADEHAR THE SORCERER
Quadehar the Sorcerer Book Summary and Study Guide