Wednesday, June 1, 2016

The Conjurers: A Gritty Fantasy of Witches and Wizards by David Waid *Review*

* I received a ARC of this book for my honest review*


Orphaned in the year 1380, Eamon and Caitlin flee their home in the Wicklow Mountains of Ireland. The siblings can pacify savage wolves and control forces of nature, but only the murderers hunting them know why. 

As Eamon and Caitlin fight for survival, Teresa de Borjas, the spirited daughter of a Genovese nobleman, develops an inexplicable ability to move objects with her mind. When her brother is murdered and her father imprisoned through machinations of the reclusive alchemist, Maestro Lodovicetti, her sheltered life changes forever. 

Journeys of discovery and the pursuit of blood vendetta bring Eamon, Caitlin and Teresa together across the stunning backdrop of medieval Europe. The three must master their powers and defeat a cabal of the world’s greatest magic or be killed as the Age of Kings comes to an end and a tyranny of sorcerers begins. 


As you all know I do love fantasy books and this one sounded so good that I had to read it.

I am so glad I did because I loved this one. It is very well written and I love the plot twists and some surprises.

If you are a fan of fantasy I do recommend this book.

I give this 4 out of 5 stars.

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