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The Counsel of Wizards (The Sunset of Magic #2)

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Action, adventure, magic and more! Scholarly Grant Moy is sent by the dying Wizard Torven to a distant world in search of the Council of Wizards. Without another wizard to inherit Torven's legacy, all his vast knowledge and experience will be lost. Ahead are challenges and adventures beyond Grant's wildest imaginings.
Kindle Edition, 259 pages
Published May 15th 2014
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Christian Nadeau
Oct 02, 2017 rated it it was ok
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I’ve sat on this review for a while now. Part of it is because my appreciation of it is pretty harsh. If I had to put a tag on The Counsel of Wizards, I’d say “serviceable but forgettable popcorn flick” nothing to make you hate it, but not much going for it either.

There are some interesting ideas and perks peppered throughout. The steampunk fantasy style seems to be in vogue, and it makes for interesting scenes and settings, but they play next to no part in this book. The duality magic vs techno
Carolee Croft
Aug 16, 2017 rated it it was amazing
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The Council of Wizards is a good old fashioned quest story with a unique mythology provided by the author's fertile imagination.

Grant the aspiring wizard is the main character, but others get their fair share of the limelight: Lineth, a hardy warrior woman, Calum, a curious young man who is a fan of magic and a healer, and Lofti, a Dunnit sprite, kind of like an elf or fairy.

Like any self-respecting fantasy novel, this one has a Really Big Strong Guy, and he's used to great effect here (bonus
Heena Rathore P.
Mar 28, 2019 rated it really liked it
The Counsel Of Wizards by Allistair Potter is the sequel to The Last Trollid , being the second book in the series Sunset Of Magic. This book is more of a magical adventure than anything else and I loved it for that. After reading author Potter’s books back to back, this one, even though being as technically detailed as it is, felt like a respite from hardcore sci-fi and gave me a warm and fuzzy feeling of a really great adventure story.

I enjoyed reading this book a lot and liked the characte
Charles Remington
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Charles Remington
Apr 06, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Grant Moy is a science student on the planet Nephus. One morning he is summoned by his father with the surprising news that a dying wizard who is the custodian of a fabled library has requested his help. Grant does not believe in wizards or magic and had thought that the library in question was a myth. But the request has arrived via an old and trusted friend of his father, and the possibility of the library being real, and the knowledge that it might contain is an irresistible lure. The Counsel ...more
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A writer of Science Fiction and Fantasy, Alistair Potter lives and works in the Scottish seaside town of Portobello, just outside of Edinburgh.
Alistair has been writing since 1993 and placing  short stories, cartoons and poetry in small publications. His work has been read on the BBC Radio4, Scottish Shorts series, and he is former recipient of a Scottish Arts Council New Writer's Bursary.
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