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The Sorcerer's Ascension: Book 1 of The Sorcerer's Path (English Edition) [Kindle Edition]

Brock Deskins
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Torn from a life of comfort and luxury, his family destroyed by political intrigues and aspirations, a young boy must quickly grow into a man before the deadly streets of Southport devour him. Follow Azerick through a page-turning adventure that pits him against thieves, thugs, murderers, and men of power that will stop at nothing to achieve their goals.
Azerick must fight just to survive, but for him survival is not enough. I hunger to avenge the wrongs committed against him burns deep within. But that is not all that lies within the young man. Their is a power waiting to be unleashed that may be the key to achieving the justice and security he seeks. If it does not destroy him first.


  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Dateigröße: 896 KB
  • Seitenzahl der Print-Ausgabe: 284 Seiten
  • ISBN-Quelle für Seitenzahl: 1494296551
  • Gleichzeitige Verwendung von Geräten: Keine Einschränkung
  • Verlag: Dingo Dog Publishing; Auflage: 4 (19. Januar 2014)
  • Verkauf durch: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ASIN: B005RR2UI6
  • Text-to-Speech (Vorlesemodus): Aktiviert
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  • Amazon Bestseller-Rang: #14.524 Bezahlt in Kindle-Shop (Siehe Top 100 Bezahlt in Kindle-Shop)

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Brock Deskins was born in a small town located in rural Oregon. At age twenty he joined the army and served as an M1A1 tank crewman, dental specialist, and computer analyst. While in the military he became an accomplished traveler, husband, and father of three wonderful children. Now out of the military he attends college to brush up on his skills as a computer analyst and gain new skills as a writer.

Update 2012: Received my degree in computer networking and devoting my full time and limited attention span to writing. Thanks to everyone who is making this dream a reality.

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5.0 von 5 Sternen Gute Unterhaltung! 9. Mai 2014
Format:Kindle Edition|Verifizierter Kauf
Das erste Buch einer Serie mit viel altbewährtem, dem Helden dem so fast alles widerfährt, aber wirklich gut geschrieben.
Teilweise manchmal etwas wechselhaft vom still her, aber daran gewöhnt man sich schnell. Ich hatte eine lange Lesenacht und war schnell in die Welt gesogen.
Einige sehr schöne Ansätze, großer Mega-Plot und Schurken die wirklich fies sind.
Alles in allem ein guter Anfang dieser Serie.
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40 von 45 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
2.0 von 5 Sternen A book of 3 parts 1. Dezember 2011
Von Thomas Jensen - Norway - Veröffentlicht auf
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As the title says this novel seems to me like three different books.

The first book is about the young boy who looses his family, and the pscychological trauma that he suffers and the trials he has to live through on the streets. This part of the book is well written and engaging (though like the rest of the book it suffers from several cases of bad editing and spelling errors), and really got me into the book and its story. This part of the book is dark and have a serious tone.

The second book is about Maude's Marauders, a group of stereotypical adventurers, that seems directly drawn out of a bad roleplaying session. You have the grumpy dwarf, the witty and charming priest, the brusque and manly warrior woman and the extremely feminine elf wizard. This part of the books feels like it was written by a different author. The tone changes completely, and the plot is removed from the city and surroundings where we find the main protagonist. I'm betting the protagonist and this group will eventually hook up in a different book, but in this one the switch from Azerick's dark tale to this whimsical and supposedly witty story just felt jarring, and drew me out of the story.

The third part of the book is when Azerick finally is learning how to use magic. For this he has to go to The Academy. Now, if done right "the magic school" plot can be very fun and engaging, but here it is unfortunately bogged down in clichès. The new boy is of course bullied by the rich student and his cronies, he immediately bonds with his roommate, and he suffers from som kind of block that won't let him learn any more magic. But what truly brought me to a halt here was the distinction between wizard and sorcerer. It was directly drawn out of the D&D handbook. The rules that applies to wizards versus the sorcerer "class" were nearly identical. I will gladly suffer some similarities in fantasy books, but when I can recognize classes and even terms from D&D and other RPG's it totally breaks immersion.

This book started out great, but gradually became bogged down with clichès, and stereotypical characters. I really feel like the main protagonist have potential and I hope the author can realize it in further installements.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Standard but thoroughly enjoyable fare 19. November 2011
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This is your standard coming-of-age fantasy story about a young boy growing into his power. The author doesn't introduce anything new or original here, but that does not make the story any less enjoyable. These kinds of books are a dime a dozen, but this one does it right. With the exceptions of a few typos and grammatical errors, I found this book to be a tight, well-written book that I devoured in one day and one that left me on the hook for the next book, which I hope is coming soon.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen it only gets better 21. Februar 2012
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so all the grievances are true, this does start as your standard-run of the mill boy-to-man hero adventure. the book does also read as what seems to be three almost seperate stories at times. All of that said the book is still an ok read, not great mind you, but definately enjoyable. Not to mention the author seems to find his balance through out the subsquent books which i think are way better. If i had to dp it again, i would still buy this book just so i would have an understanding of what is happening in latter books in the series; for some it will be like eating their vegtables before they can have some icecream, for me it was more like eating my mashed potatoes...not bad, but certainly not pizza.
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2.0 von 5 Sternen Compelling character, insulting dialogue 23. August 2012
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I will join the ranks of those who review without finishing. I didn't get very far. I didn't even get to the editing problems brought up by other reviews. The opening hook with the merchant captain is interesting, but he was the only character in the first chapter. The rest were cliches at best, but most were simply plot devices with names.

Characters discuss things they already know for the benefit of the reader. A lot. Sometimes to be repeated a few pages later with other characters in case the reader isn't taking adequate notes. Bad dialogue written as a vehicle for exposition is a turn off for me.

I cut out most of this review as it came across much harsher than I intended. In short, I felt like a guy cornered at a gaming convention being told about someone's favorite campaign history. I hate to counter cliche with quasi-cliche, but "Show, don't tell." Having a character give me a monologue disguised as dialogue with another character doesn't count. The story seemed very interesting, but I couldn't bring myself to find out for sure. If this were an early draft, I'd have been interested in the final, polished work. But, since this is the final product, I may just wait for the television series.
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3.0 von 5 Sternen Really good story that falls off at the end. 9. August 2012
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I started out really enjoying the book. It was well written and made me keep wanting more. I kept thinking "one more chapter then I got stuff to do". Then I'd knock out four more chapters. Really very well written.

Then I got to the final few chapters and the writer just went off the rails. He went completely away from the main character and started following a totally different band of people on this D&D type quest. These characters were silly and their adventures were ridiculous! Yet they finished the book with not another peep from the main character those last few chapters! Outrageous!

A perfectly awesome story reduced to rubble for no good reason I can fathom. It was like the author got sick of writing and decided &%$# it! And just started throwing crap against the wall to see what would stick. Hell, even his editing fell off as there were numerous typos.

Really very disappointing. Even more so because at the end, he wrote some stuff about how a lot of readers had a beef with exactly what I am talking about and he seemed to be justifying the terrible job at the end saying how it will tie in with the rest of the trilogy! I thought that was really weak. The bottom line is he did a terrible job of making the tie in make sense...hell, it was almost like a totally different story. I thought it was until they were sent on the quest that did tie it in to the main story.

So after ripping the book and the author you're wondering why I gave it three stars instead of one. The simple fact is the first 16 chapters rocked and rolled. I mean the writer was in the zone as far as I was concerned. Really, my only complaint was that there was no smoking hot heroine, whom I kept expecting to show up but one never did. Other than that, really excellent writing the first 75% of the book, so I give it three stars.

But damn, I'm awfully reluctant to purchase the other two books because of that final 25 percent.
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