New reviews for The Wizard’s Son

“This isn’t your kid sister’s wizard story. At one point, I checked the front and back for author bio because my neck tickled with the thought “is this woman a wizard herself?” A brilliant and understandable “coming of age” tale, with an adult sensibility and keen insight into the human condition of parental expectation, a young person’s intense desire for free will and adventure, and the difficult, often painful transition to adulthood. The alternate dimension setting with no Industrial Revolution is excellent to remove the cluttered background of technological whatnot. We focus on the young man, his struggle, his growth.”
GoodReads.com, by Linda, July 20, 2010

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“The Wizard’s Son is the story of Orlan, the son of a barmaid, who comes to find that he’s also the son of the most powerful wizard. After the death of his mother, Orlan is taken from the only life he’s ever known, to live with his father and begin his training to become a wizard.”
GoodReads.com by Catrina, June 13, 2010

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