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Midshipwizard Halcyon Blithe by James M. Ward
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Jan 21, 2010

it was ok

I was less than impressed although the person who recommended it,loved it, because as she says she loves the underdog. Halcyon Blithe was far from an underdog. He is tall, good looking and comes from a wealthy, landed, titled family and was sent off to sea with a handful of magic artifacts, talks to dragons and is both an air and water wizard! About the only thing he didn't have going for him was he came into his magical powers until sixteen instead of the usual twelve or thirteen years of age. Oh, I also forgot to mention that Halcyon was the seventh son of a seventh son, poor kid, what an underdog, he has nothing going for him. Midshipwizard Halcyon Blithe was like reading a Monty Hall adventure, not really unexpected as Ward is a TSR writer.

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