Would you consider the audio edition of The Spell Realm to be better than the print version I personally LOVE having the audible copy of a book as I am so busy With audible reading the story to me my infant son
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ENJOY READING A BOOK WHILE GETTING THINGS DONE AROUND reading a book while etting things done around house What was one of the most memorable moments of The Spell RealmThere were a lot of moments I enjoyed but IT think the most memorable moment would be during the Spell RealmThere were a lot of moments I enjoyed but IT think the most memorable moment would be during the storm and a Building the Cold War: Hilton International Hotels and Modern Architecture giant battle I don t want toive away some of the best moments hereWhat does Emily Durante bring to the story that you wouldn t experience if you just read the bookShe brings a voice to the characters though not always with the same emotion or feeling I would think the author intended it helped to separate characters a little with her inflections Any additional commentsWhile some reviewers who posted on the first novel had issues with things such her how beautiful Gala is for example I was able to suspend my disbelief during several scenes and truly enjoyed the storyline We are left hanging a little with dabbles of a promise of to come so I hope that there will be a third story in this series A straightforward follow to book 1 though much less philosophical and interesting I enjoyed reading The Spell Realm seuel to The Sorcery Code very much The story s pace is fast and for my taste also far too short But I d like it better without this sort of prologue and epilogue because I can t really see how it s relevant for the story You see the prologue and the epilogue are written of Dranel s point of view As described in the book Dranel is an intelligent being that lives in the Spell Realm itself and has no essential role in this book I One Touch of Scandal guess there will be an explanation in the seuel to The Spell Realm Iuess the author uses Dranel s POV as a way to explain the Spell Realm better but for me it s still uite confusing At a later point of the story Gala pictured the Spell Realm too which was far better done and I have a vivid idea of it now I also liked that the special language the sorcerers use to cause spells was well declared In my opinion it s what makes this series so interesting to read After all the author initiated a probably uniue way to do magic I ve never heard of any other book which combines science especially mathematics and magic so well But it s not only the magic which makes this book outstanding I love that there aren t any stereotype villains All main characters want to accomplish their own oal and therefore try to manipulate others and many intrigues are schemed I also find myself caring for Augusta because I understand her motives Besides her jealousy of Gala I see why she fears the creature as Augusta refers to Gala Gala holds a power no other sorcerer could compete with and which she couldn t even control herself which is why people see her as a threat This deals with a very natu Definitely Worth the Wait Just As Enchanting As Volume 1I really enjoyed the first book of this series by Dima Zales and Anna Zaires The Sorcery Code and so I was very excited when the second book came out Once again I was completely satisfied with the story the authors and the narrator And once again I will be eagerly awaiting the next book in this series The story line of The Spell Realm begins right where it left off in The Sorcery Code and the characters all are the same people we came to know and adore in the first story I was very happy about that since sometimes authors decide to take the char. An alternate cover edition can be found hereThe highly anticipated seuel to The Sorcery Code After the battle with the Sorcerer Guard Gala and Blaise And he was a distinct and interesting character Noe we mostly have him as a lovestruck fool drooling over Gala Although that is not so fair there are some short seuences where he is his old self But overall I missed an edge to his characterHowever Gala s progress
IN MAGIC IS SO FAST ANDmagic is so fast and that you really begin to see Augusta s point about her being a danger to others I don t know where the author is oing but he could definitely trying to draw the reader going but he could definitely trying to draw the reader another direction without noticing Gala is not the helpless naked creature that landed on a carpet any but still I think her character is missing some development to me she is still so naive and colorless I would like to smack her in the headThe book was a bit slow but Carson Pirie Scott: Louis Sullivan and the Chicago Department Store gathered pace at about halfway through From there itot pretty Charting an Empire: Geography at the English Universities 1580-1620 good again and we finally see some action We witness a kind of terrifying fight and it is pretty neat how Zales shows us the extent of Gala s power what she will do toet what she wants even if it is just protecting Blaise and how weak her control over her immense power still isThus we see the other side in a different light trying to Chameleon Hours get rid of Gala for obvious and perhaps now a bit understandable reasons I was thinking along those lines too that Blaise is obviously too smitten with Gala for seeing what she really is It still comes down to looks mostly which is pretty superficial Would he have been really so much in love with her so fast if not a blonde long legged supermodel had landed on his living room floor but some Moaning MyrtleSo we still not really know what to make of Gala Blaiseoes far beyond normal boundaries to protect her and ends up understanding the Spell Realm than he might have wished While Blaise and Gala are happy studying the elements of Magic together Barson rips apart the societyOf course although pretty slow at first the book was way too short in the end and of course we are left off with a cliffhangerThere will be a 3rd book
but there is no rumor as to when it will be outthere is no rumor as to when it will be out am Chicago Architecture (Architecture Urbanism) guessing at Summer 2015I ll keep you posted Emily Durante s narrative style is in many ways an ideal to uphold and an absolute pleasure to the listener She strikes the perfect balance between a neutral tonality for the narrator and a diverse spectrum of emotions and modulation for the various characters All the subtle variations that she manages in order to portray the different lead characters you feel Durante herself coming through unlike audio books where the narrator tries too hard to create too big of a distinction among characters voices sounding fake and forced In the first part we see significant changes in Gala s understanding of this world as she accumulates experience and exposure to wondrous and incredibly trying situations In this second installment that journey continues as she is tested again and again as she becomes familiar with new emotions and discovers newfound ambition Barson takes on a much central role in this book Right at the start his flawedenius draws us as we see Barson tur Good book interesting twist on magic scheme WowI can t wait for book 3the sorcery code I hope it doesn t take to long I have read many many books in the past 6 months since losing my 40 yr old daughter to brain cancer and these 2 books 1 and 2 made me forget me heartache like no other I am attracted to this Chicago Neighborhoods and Suburbs: A Historical Guide genre but these books and especially the spell realmave me some peace I can t thank u enough please continue with book three asap from a faithful reader always EVERYONE READ THESE TWO BOOKS I ive it 10 stars many thanks. His own plan But amidst politics battles and intrigue something far bigger is brewing something that could disturb the balance of the Spell Realm itsel. .
Acters in entirely new directions of personality in seuels I was also happy to find that Emily Durante was the narrator for this second book because I loved her use of voice in the first volume Emily perfectly captures the personality elements for each of the characters and through her we are right there with Blaise Gala and all the others as they make their way in this wonderful world of magic and mystiue If you haven t read or listened to The Spell Realm yet I suggest you do so as soon as you can You won t be disappointed but you will be surprised Good bookI like the way this book is written It was a ood book to read but I like the first one better Adeuate Seuel to the Sorcery Code Although a
Bit Of A LetdownI Originally Purchased Theof a LetdownI originally purchased the book in the series as part of Legends 15 Tales of Sword and Sorcery which was a reat purchase for 099 The first book was intriguing enough to purchase the second book although I found the seuel to be a bit of a letdown The book continues the concept of telling the story from multiple characters viewpoints which helps keep the story exciting Again I don t think it would be as successful if it was written as a 1st person story Spell Realm has a hint of Game of Thrones to it with multiple characters vying to take over power of the realm but
thankfully Spell Realm is without the absolute chaos and brutality to it I wasn t a fan of theSpell Realm is without the absolute chaos and brutality to it I wasn t a fan of the at the end It did feel incomplete and although the ending has a uniue twist to it that could potentially be interesting if book 3 was ever published it s not published to date so leaving a series hanging without a conclusion is another letdown Even if another book was published I don t think I would necessarily purchase it This is the second book of a series which started with The Sorcery Code still kind of an insider tip in the world of fantasy literature The book begins where the last book left off at the end of the battle between Barson s man and Gala Gala fought off the Sorcerer Guard but due to pity for them she heals those she still can Barson among themIn Turingrad the story about Blaise s creation killing the Sorcerer s Guard spreads and Barson uses it to his advantage that everyone thinks he s dead Augusta also believing her lover charming the way she thinks of him although they mainly do have a very carnal way of interacting with one another to be dead succeeds in convincing the of oing after Blaise s creatureBlaise and Gala together with Maya and Esther fly to the distant mountains to hide there To their surprise they stumble upon a whole community living in the forests They obviously weren t content with their living situations any or were persecuted and use the forest as a hideoutFrom this point we follow 3 Separate Storylines Gala And separate storylines Gala and who Cite Right: A Quick Guide to Citation Styles--MLA, APA, Chicago, the Sciences, Professions, and More get closer and closer to each other while Gala is rapidly improving her magical skills and actually surpassing Blaise in her powers and abilitiesSecondly we have Augusta s storyline also from her POV She s still on a crusade against Blaise and his abomination and is decided toet Gala killedAnd thirdly we are witnessing Barson s uest for overthrowing the Sorcerer s and seizing powerfiguratively trampling down a lot of people on the wayWell it s hard to say I have to admit that this volume lacks a bit of the drive found in the first book Blaise and Gala I am afraid to say annoyed the hell out of me most of the time Blaise is blind with love and amazed about what Gala is able to do We mostly have him an Gala as a package I really liked Blaise in the first book for his motifs and his drive. Ake shelter in the mountains a place of uniue beauty and danger Augusta however is determined to exact revenge even as Barson her ambitious lover implements. ,