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The Sorcery Code
From the internationally bestselling authors who brought you the Krinar Chronicles comes a captivating tale of intrigue, love, and danger in a world where sorcery is entwined with science . . .
Once a respected member of the Sorcerer Council and now an outcast, Blaise has spent the last year of his life working on a special ...more
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A few friends and I were talking about ‘stupid smart’ vs. ‘smart stupid’ a few days ago at a party. A joke we were making because when you are in a room full of highly ...more
I'll be honest, at first I wasn't sure I was going to enjoy THE SORCERY CODE. I haven't read a book with a male main character in a long time, and being thrust immediately into a scene with a man staring at a naked woman, well...I was worried.
But the story completely defied my expectations. I was initially intrigued by the premise of sorcery working like science, and the author did a FABULOUS job with this concept. The worldbuilding was ...more
Review by James (British expat) Manila, Philippines
Let me just start by saying that this book is fantastic! If you like fantasy and/or science fiction novels, then you are going to love The Sorcery Code. In fact, the enigmatic realm of magic, intrigue and mystery will have you captivated throughout your enchanted journey.
Would you listen to The Sorcery Code: Volume 1 again? Why?
Absolutely! But I think next time I want to read the actual book for myself instead of an ...more
Blaise is an outcast, he is one of the most powerful sorcerers but he broke with the council after they ...more
5.0 out of 5 stars A New Kind of Magic December 21, 2013
By Robin Manor
After loving the Krinar Chronicles by (Anna and Dima Zaire's), I was very excited to read the first book in a new series written by Dima Zaire's.
The main story is a about an in entire,highly skilled Sorceror, Blaze, who is trying to create a way to bring the ability to perform magic to all the people of his world. Currently there are basically three classes of people, the Sorcerers at the top, the soldiers ...more
What I love best about The Sorcery Code: Volume 1 is the different series of events that occur throughout the book. Never once was I stuck and not knowing what was going on or just board trying to rush through the book. Then as I am listening to this audio book the picture appear in my head so clear because there was so much detail and very precise with everything that it was like watching a movie in your mind. The imagery in this book is very amazing.
I would ...more
It opens up with a PERFECT NAKED WOMAN on a workshop floor. Blaise is trying not to be attracted to the "object" he created to make magic accessible to all.
Despite the grossness of making a "perfect" woman shaped object to hold some sort of information (oh hi 80's sci fi movies, and hi anime tropes), the magic system seems really interesting. Plus I said I'd review it, so there's that.
Treating magic like science; political court drama; and a war against the rebels - this sounds like my perfect book!
I couldn't even get half-way before I gave up.
I'll admit, I've persevered with much worse books, but I was just so plain bored, and there are so many other books demanding my attention right ...more
The Sorcery Code by Dima Zales Book Review A Magician And A Warrior
The Sorcery Code by Dima Zales is a fantastic fiction story.
The Sorcery Code by Dima Zales is an entrancing fight between sorcery and science.
The Sorcery Code is from the bestselling author Dima Zales.
The Sorcery Code (The Sorcery Code: Volume 1) by Dima Zales comes to you from a USA Today and New York Times bestselling author. The author has a creative power of building a world of fantasy ...more
The moment the two lead characters first see each other- Gala naked and impossibly beautiful, Blaise, her creator and instantly attracted (and how terribly Pygmalion of him)- I had a bit of an inward sigh. When Blaise had to have the actual thought regarding his ex ...more
It had some interesting concepts, but the world building was not very good and I was very confused most of the time. I didnt feel connected to any of the characters and I feel like I dont even know Blaise at all, and I thought he was supposed to be the main character. I dont understand anyone's motives, and I dont even know who the villain was supposed to be. My vote goes to Augusta, since she's psycho and spent most of ...more
I really enjoyed Dima's book The Sorcery Code. It starts off with a somewhat geeky Blaise who locks himself away to try to create a perfect object of magic and instead creates a beautiful woman who is very powerful (Gala). When Augusta (Blaise ex) get sent out to check on him and what he is doing she finds Gala and deems her an abomination and Augusta has to destroy her. Blaise needs the help of the two women who helped raise him to hide Gala away so ...more
Without revealing ...more
This book was very enjoyable from the opening line until the last sentence, and I cannot wait for the next book in the series. The world that these authors have created is very elaborate, and they have done an excellent job of inviting their listeners in, and making us feel at home. The writing is descriptive and natural, and it is very easy to relate to the characters. The story offers much to its listeners, laughter, sexual tension, drama, and ...more
I highly recommend this amazing story to all those that love fantasy novels. The descriptions are very detailed and allow you to close ...more
My Initial Reaction…
I think I expected something different when I started Sorcery Code and it took me a little bit to get fully committed to it. However, it really picked up by the second half, though, and I’m eagerly awaiting the next book.
The characters in Sorcery Code are the kind that you don’t instantly love or hate, but grow to ...more
There is a stark divide between the magic-users and the non-magic users, and the side of magic is clearly where everyone wants to be. The sorcerers are the top of the pack, and Blaise--a highly skilled sorcerer of the council--sacrifices his spot among his people in order to bring magic equality to everyone by creating an item used by non-sorcerers. In this quest he accidentally makes ...more
I really enjoyed the story arcs in this book, and especially the character ...more
This is a story of a land with a unique form of magic that only the most mathematically inclined people can wield. They're in charge, but they were put there by a revolution and are equally afraid of a revolution occurring to them. Unfortunately, concentrating their power and denying it to the people just puts the people into a worse state and more likely to ...more
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