The Lost Art of Magic

The Lost Art of Magic Available now in Kindle and Paperback When the war between the magical races ended with their near annihilation the power behind magic was lost so thoroughly that people today don t even believe it

  • Title: The Lost Art of Magic
  • Author: John Kovacich
  • ISBN: 9781479211364
  • Page: 193
  • Format: Paperback
  • Available now in Kindle and Paperback.When the war between the magical races ended with their near annihilation, the power behind magic was lost so thoroughly, that people today don t even believe it ever truly existed.The few remaining survivors of the war were driven underground and the world became dominated by man.Those descendants who have learned to live among men arAvailable now in Kindle and Paperback.When the war between the magical races ended with their near annihilation, the power behind magic was lost so thoroughly, that people today don t even believe it ever truly existed.The few remaining survivors of the war were driven underground and the world became dominated by man.Those descendants who have learned to live among men are hardly distinguishable from their mundane brethren and can barely muster enough energy to do simple psychic tricks.The only hope for magic is that one day, a child of the clans will come and rediscover the source of its power, and that day has arrived.

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    1. I was captivated by the first chapter with so much action and mayhem so I assumed the rest of the book would be more of the same but then we went back to the beginning. I have to say I am not a huge fan of this type of story and I thought the start of this book to be a bit drawn out in places. The background of the characters could have been more fleshed out and all the back and forth between memories stopped the flow of the story for me. I would have liked more information on the prophecy. Blak [...]

    2. I got this book from the author, free of cost, in exchange of an honest review from my side!Firstly I would like to thank John Kovacich, author of The Lost Art of Magic for giving me this opportunity of reading and reviewing this book.I story was good but to be honest I can't say that it was great. The plot and characters were a little sketchy, it could have been flourished even more and the story was too much fast-paced, it could have been explained and described in a more detailed manner.I wou [...]

    3. Free copy in exchange for a review on 3.5 starsI was pleasantly surprised with this one. I liked the world set up; that magic is real but that it was lost/diluted due to a war. I first I was thrown by the starting at the end then going back opening of then book. I don't usually like that style on books or any other media frankly. But this format fit with the time travel plotline. I really like the characters of Destiny and especially her Nana. However, the other characters were not all the flesh [...]

    4. This is the second e-book I have received that was written by John Kovacich. And I loved it!It begins with a young girl called Destiny Boutin living with her nana in a old country home built upon a small plot of land poking up out of the bayou. The Boutins were no ordinary family and had magical powers,(whether they wanted them or not). This is a journey for young Destiny to discover her true potential and possibly change the delicate balance between the sorcerer's and witches foreverA fast pace [...]

    5. I really loved the premise of this story, it had everything I look for in a great book. The characters were all very interesting and engaging and the plot wasn't lacking anything in my opinion. Blake and Destiny had this instant connection and camaraderie that really made me want to see more of them in the future. My only complaint would have to be that I wanted to know more and didn't want the story to end. Great book and I'm looking forward to reading more from this author!! * I would like to [...]

    6. It was fun, but a little disjointed. I felt that the characters could have been fleshed out a little bit more. The ending also felt a little rushed. Like the author didn't have time or space to give the ending a proper build up and send off. I did like the writing and wish the author would have written more.

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