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Tower of Change by Tina M. Randolph
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Apr 04, 2011

did not like it

I read this book because I won it on a giveaway, so thank you Tina and Goodreads!

This is a story about the apprentice mage Galax and his quest to save the world from the Ember Troll race. It is the first book in The Keys of Fate series.

I didn't like this book for the following reasons:

There was too much magic in the book and there was no apparent limitation to what magic could do.

Even though the book is only 200 pages long and easy to read I struggled most of the time because either the story didn't make sense or I was frustrated with how conveniently the problems were solved.

As if it wasn't enough with the magic, there is also some highly advanced technology present; I'm talking about lasers, doomsday machines...

Sorry, I felt from the beginning that this was not a book for me. For most of the time I thought about giving it 2 stars, but after the final chapters I felt there were just too many annoyances. I'm sure a young reader would appreciate it more. Adults fantasy readers will probably feel there is little in this story to keep them interested. I will not continue with the second book.

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