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The Fatewreaker (The Bookminder #3)

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England, 1680 A. D.

Liara and Nagarath’s enemy has unexpectedly come to their aid, surrendering to the magick-suppressing forces of the king of France so as to buy time for their escape. But that doesn’t necessarily mean Anisthe is on their side. Vrsar’s war mage, Liara’s father-in-magick, has never been a man do to things for others. And he has always has plans within plan
Paperback, 400 pages
Published June 8th 2021 by Xchyler Publishing
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Jessica Belmont
Jun 08, 2021 rated it it was amazing

Please read book one and two before you jump into The Fatewrecker by M.K. Wiseman. I promise you won’t be disappointed. These books just keep getting better, and The Fatewrecker is definitely my favorite.

This story kept me on the edge my seat. The characters I have grown to love are going through their toughest points thus far, and I couldn’t stop reading to find out what would happen. I always start reading books too late into the night, and end up staying up way too late. Wo
Jenna Rideout
Jun 10, 2021 rated it really liked it
I was granted eARC access to The Fatewreaker as part of my participation in a blog tour for The Bookminder Series with Rachel's Random Resources. Thank you to all involved in affording me this opportunity! My thoughts are my own and my review is honest.

Liara's powers are no longer entirely under her control, and she's found herself unwillingly allied with an evil mage. Both Liara and Nagarath have a lot of personal growth to get through in this one as they learn to make the best out of bad situa
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M. K. Wiseman has degrees in Interarts & Technology and Library & Information Studies from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Her office, therefore, is a curious mix of storyboards and reference materials. Both help immensely in the writing of historical novels. She currently resides in Wisconsin but dreams often of her childhood home in New Mexico.

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