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Reading Suggestions: Minor Mage, by T. Kingfisher (2019).

I have heard that this is quite a good read. Should be a good read. πŸ“–πŸ˜ŠπŸ€“πŸ€žπŸ€”πŸ“š

Abstract

Oliver was a very minor mage. His familiar reminded him of this several times a day.

He only knew three spells, and one of them was to control his allergy to armadillo dander. His attempts to summon elementals resulted in nosebleeds, and there is nothing more embarrassing than having your elemental leave the circle to get you a tissue, pat you comfortingly, and then disappear in a puff of magic. The armadillo had about wet himself laughing.

He was a very minor mage.

Unfortunately, he was all they had

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Reading for Fun: Pale Kings, by Micah Yongo (2019).

I love the look of this cover. Somehow it just speaks to me of that makes any sense at all. Something definitely worth while taking a second look at πŸ“šπŸ‘πŸ€“πŸ“–πŸ‘ŒπŸ˜Š

Abstract

For centuries the Five Lands have been at peace, but now a nameless enemy is tearing apart their borders. When a young assassin, Neythan, is summoned to SΓΊnam, he expects to help uncover the enemy, but is instead confronted with secrets from his forgotten childhood, all somehow linked to the ancient scroll he has always carried. As the invasion continues, and the supernatural forces responsible are unveiled, Neythan must learn the truth about the power that lies in his blood… before it is too late.  

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