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Below the Wizards' Tower (Daimbert #8)

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The Royal Wizard of Yurt Book 8

It's just a simple trip, or so it seems. Daimbert, wizard of Yurt, has returned to the wizards' school in the great City to visit his old masters and tell them how he's been practicing magic lately. But something's odd: wherever he goes, people think he's already been there. Does he have a doppelgänger, or is he losing his mind? And when he's
ebook, 90 pages
Published August 31st 2014 by Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
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Apr 13, 2015 Mike rated it it was amazing
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I gave the other Yurt novella, The Lost Girls and the Kobold, 3.5 stars. Though I rounded up, I was left feeling like there wasn't a whole lot of point to it.

I'm most happy to report that this one didn't invoke the same vague sense of (admittedly mild) disappointment. Wizard's Tower, which takes place between books three and four, gives us another mystery or three, and it ties in nicely to the overall story arc, and it's written in the same style I've come to love. The only real difference betwe
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Sep 17, 2014 J. Boo rated it liked it
The villainous plot is too ham-handedly executed; not exactly up to standard for the rest of the series (although to be honest, the villains of this world are seldom talented at plotting). Still, voyages to Yurt are always pleasant ones and I enjoyed reading it. Just not enough for a higher rating.

This particular book is chronologically set between "Mage Quest" and "The Witch and the Cathedral". Author says in a comment that you can start the series here, but honestly, just go back and read "A
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Oct 09, 2014 Pg Badzey rated it it was amazing
I enjoyed this immensely. The humor had me chuckling to myself at times and the plot was engaging and fun. It helps if the reader is familiar with the Yurt series, but Brittain does a good job of explaining background so there is enough context to pick up the main characters and story line. She blends magic in a world with religious faith and a positive (read: not hackneyed, negative or stereotypical) presentation of Christianity that is refreshing. The works of Katherine Kurtz and Christopher ...more
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Other Books in the Series

Daimbert (9 books)
  • A Bad Spell in Yurt (Daimbert #1)
  • The Wood Nymph and the Cranky Saint (Daimbert, #2)
  • Mage Quest (Daimbert, #3)
  • The Witch & the Cathedral (Daimbert, #4)
  • Daughter of Magic (Daimbert, #5)
  • Is This Apocalypse Necessary? (Daimbert, #6)
  • The Lost Girls and the Kobold (Daimbert 7 )
  • A Long Way 'Til November (Daimbert, #9)

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