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The Sorcerer's Key (From Earth to Eden #1)

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The Sorcerer’s Key is Clayton Bye’s first installment in the fantasy series FROM EARTH TO EDEN.

Morgan Heist, a dark sorcerer from the original Garden of Eden, has opened a door to Earth. He doesn't care about the repercussions. The time has come to risk everything for The Sorcerer’s Key, a talisman with the power he needs to conquer both worlds.

Even though he has been forc
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Published March 30th 2005 by Chase Enterprises (first published 2005)
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Jul 17, 2012 Clayton Bye rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)  ·  review of another edition
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Jul 16, 2012

3 of 5 stars
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Fantasy is a tough genre for some readers who find it difficult to suspend their disbelief enough to accept magic as a sine qua non of this type of fiction. Once you accept it then the story proceeds as normal, providing of course that you also get the narrative and characters and setting that all good fiction requires.

Clayton Bye's The Sorcerer's Key certainly has a narrative that draws you on and characters t
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Jul 16, 2012 Chris rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
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Fantasy is a tough genre for some readers who find it difficult to suspend their disbelief enough to accept magic as a sine qua non of this type of fiction. Once you accept it then the story proceeds as normal, providing of course that you also get the narrative and characters and setting that all good fiction requires.

Clayton Bye's The Sorcerer's Key certainly has a narrative that draws you on and characters that are believable and distinctive. The young hero of the tale, Jack Lightfoot, has be
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Nov 19, 2013 Clayton Bye rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)  ·  review of another edition

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July, 2012
Fantasy
3 Stars

Fantasy is a tough genre for some readers who find it difficult to suspend their disbelief enough to accept magic as a sine qua non of this type of fiction. Once you accept it then the story proceeds as normal, providing of course that you also get the narrative and characters and setting that all good fiction requires.

Clayton Bye's The Sorcerer's Key certainly has a narrative that draws you on and characters that are believable an
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Clayton Bye
Jun 03, 2010 Clayton Bye rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
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Jack Lightfoot, son of an Edenite sorcerer who'd came to Earth when Jack was a baby, was reared in a training environment where he learned self-defense in martial arts along with a few simple magic spells.

The story opens with the arrival of a bounty hunter. Jack faces this bounty hunter from Eden almost immediately. Jack's father's old partner and friend had sent the hunter to capture Jack. Seems Jack's father,
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Lisa
Mar 18, 2011 Lisa rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Jack Lightfoot has a family history that makes him unique to our world. His father is a sorcerer from Eden, an alternate world to our own, and although Jack was raised on our familiar Earth, the sorcerer blood runs deep in his veins. When an Eden bounty hunter tracks down his family, hired by the high sorcerer Morgan, Jack learns that he holds the key to both worlds--and the power to take on Morgan himself.

Bye offers an intriguing take on the classic hero's journey, meshing bibilical myth with D
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Marva
Jun 25, 2010 Marva rated it really liked it
Recommends it for: fantasy readers
Jack Lightfoot's parents were on the run from their homeworld of Eden. The nasty sorcerer, Morgan, wanted what the Lightfoot family had: the ability to cross over into Earth to take advantage of the technology that Earth has, something that Eden does not.

When Morgan finds a way to send an assassin after the Lightfoot family to find the key to opening the door between worlds, Jack is thrown into a battle between sorcerers. Only problem is, Jack has lived on Earth his entire life and all the magic
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Peggy
Sep 15, 2009 Peggy rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
The Sorcerer's Key was so intriguing I forgot to take any review notes, nor did I find any significant typos.

In this tale of a young sorcerer's journey to connect with the memory of his late father, Clayton Bye has woven magic, sorcery, logic and psychological principals in a delightful montage that kept this reader involved in his fictional world even during the times when reading the next chapter proved logistically impossible.

An excellent romp though the realm of the imagination, The Sorcerer
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Kate
Mar 01, 2010 Kate rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Fanatsy Fanatics
Recommended to Kate by: CC Bye
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This is a difficult review for me to post. As I received this novel (as a contest winner) directly from the author, I wanted nothing more than to jump right in, thoroughly enjoy the story, and write a wonderful review. I felt it was the least I could do!

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Clayton Bye is the author of 11 books and as many ghostwrites. The traditional publisher of 5 other works, he also works as an editor, offers writing services and acts as a small business consultant.

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