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(Dragon Mage Chronicles #1)

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Jander Teregnan has succeeded in his ambition to become a mage-apprentice, but the troubles that face him are far from over. He and Andrei set out on their first mission together as mage and apprentice to investigate a mysterious series of dragon attacks near a provincial city at the edge of the kingdom, where Jander's unique talents may particularly come into play. What t ...more
Kindle Edition, 181 pages
Published February 28th 2020 by White Owl Publishing

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Mar 29, 2020 rated it really liked it
Shelves: fantasy, gromance
I really enjoyed this. A slightly more linear story line than in the first one but a good sequel.
A few niggling criticisms though. There was one obvious timeline error, which did not have a major impact but seems a shame regardless.
I also hope that Jander being captured by Kirin isn't going to be a recurring event, two books in a row seems excessive. Also, why is there no teaching going on? Jander is an apprentice mage but he's not being taught anything in this book, Andrei even considers Jander
Debra Guyette
Jun 25, 2020 rated it it was amazing

While this is book one of this series, there is another book which introduces the characters in more detail. It led me to this series. Jander is now a mage-apprentice and he and his master, Andrei are off to investigate problems with a mysterious series of dragon attacks. Jander's talent may be needed. Upon arrival, they find a lot more than expected. They must work together to save the lives of the kingdom. The action is exciting and keeps you guessing. I love the relationship between Jander an
Jul 26, 2020 rated it liked it
After a great prequel that was The Magician's Apprentice, this proved a little 'tame' in comparison. To be sure - there's an angry dragon threatening the lives and livelihood of a fairly remote mountain community and yes, there are fanatical hooded bad guys lurking in the background ... but the action and excitement was sporadic and patchy and really only came into the forefront well into the last third of the book. I hope the next book will prove more engaging. - just barely a 3 star read this ...more
Tina Sharp
Mar 15, 2020 rated it really liked it
Good book

I really enjoy the series. This book is not as intricate and exciting as the prequel, the Magician's Apprentice, but I liked it all the same. I look forward to following more of Jander and Andrei's adventures as Jander learns more about his powers as a dragon mage. This book was exciting, loved that Boaen was present and Kirin makes a truly terrifying and evil nemesis.
Mar 09, 2020 rated it it was amazing
After reading the prequel to the series, The Magician’s Apprentice, I was eagerly awaiting the release of Stormdrake to see how Jander and Andrei’s adventures would unfold. Stormdrake doesn’t disappoint, and stepping back into this world felt easy and comfortable since the majority of the world-building took place in the prequel.

Here we find Jander and Andrei have become more relaxed and secure in their personal relationship. We don’t get to see much training going on, but that can be attributed
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