C. Dale Brittain
The Wood Nymph and the Cranky Saint
February 18, 2019 Comments.. 486
The Wood Nymph and the Cranky Saint C. Dale Brittain New light fantasy from the author of, Bad Spell in Yurt When the king goes on vacation, Daimbert, wizard to the king, learns there s a great deal to be said for the quiet life, as he faces an all too beguiling wood nymph, a plague of magical horned rabbits, a scandalous duchess s fondess for young wizards, and a zombie like creature made with spells they never taught at wNew light fantasy from the author of, Bad Spell in Yurt When the king goes on vacation, Daimbert, wizard to the king, learns there s a great deal to be said for the quiet life, as he faces an all too beguiling wood nymph, a plague of magical horned rabbits, a scandalous duchess s fondess for young wizards, and a zombie like creature made with spells they never taught at wizard school.. The Wood Nymph and the Cranky Saint New light fantasy from the author of Bad Spell in Yurt When the king goes on vacation Daimbert wizard to the king learns there s a great deal to be said for the quiet life as he faces an all too
  • Title: The Wood Nymph and the Cranky Saint
  • Author: C. Dale Brittain
  • ISBN: 9780671721565
  • Page: 446
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
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    1 Blog on “The Wood Nymph and the Cranky Saint

    1. Mike says:

      If you ve read A Bad Spell in Yurt, which is book one in this series, you re familiar with the author s style, and this book is much the same Actually, I m not sure whether it s because this book is better or if it s just that I m in tune with the author s writing, but I think I liked this one a bit better than book one.The Wood Nymph takes place a couple years after the events in ABSIY Daimbert has settled into his role as Royal Wizard nicely, and seems a bit less stressed about his less than [...]

    2. Ashley Lambert-Maberly says:

      There s something so delicate and gentle about these books I read the first in the series after my beloved dog had died, so was hoping for calmness, kindness, and optimism, and Brittain did not disappoint I eagerly downloaded the second book in the series to my Kindle, and found it to be very much the same Not quite thrilling or emotionally involving enough to excite me to a rare 5 star bestowing, but a very enjoyable book nonetheless I am particular drawn to how the magic co exists within a dem [...]

    3. Andrea says:

      Second book in this charming series about a newly graduated wizard who cut class often than not who gets a job in a very small kingdom Characters are delightful plot, though, not all that compelling Good comfort reading.

    4. Morandia says:

      a great 2nd book I enjoyed it even than the first The most interesting thing is the mix of Christianity in the book with magic

    5. Lincoln Wert says:

      This is much better than the cover which has nothing to do with the story makes it out to be Fun magical shenanigans, religious machinations, and a touch of tragedy all add up to a good read.I just wish the covers of the this and the first book were representative of the contents.

    6. neal mirin says:

      Joy in thinkingAt times the story whet to fast But it is a good read The ability to think and analysis is a gift

    7. Mike says:

      I picked this up, having enjoyed the first one, because I felt like something light and amusing that would also be well edited It was neither as amusing nor quite as well edited as I d hoped, but I enjoyed it nonetheless It appears to be scanned from a print copy, reasonably well except that there are now spaces in the middle of some compound words presumably where there was a line break and a hyphen in print There are also a few outright errors, like complaintant instead of complainant , too fo [...]

    8. Nick Nielsen says:

      A highly entertaining follow up to the A Bad Spell in Yurt Daimbert is becoming a competent Wizard, and he goes to a small corner of Yurt with his friend Joachim to help resolve some perceived issues with a wood nymph and a Saint s relics I like the development of the characters in this book, and the introduction of a few new characters, including a newly graduated Wizard There is some good action, and also some contemplative parts that I enjoyed I will continue to read the series.

    9. kvon says:

      A cozy medieval magical fantasy with a dollop of simple Christianity Everything here is quaint and comfortable Except for the monster running loose 80s chauvinism Misleading cover The narrator is good, but there are production issues one chapter drowned out by inappropriate background music Not as good a story as I remember this being.

    10. Crystal Puckett says:

      This book was definitely worth reading I enjoyed it though not as well as the first I liked it, but didn t love it It got interesting as I read on, and left me looking forward to reading the next book in the series

    11. Boneist says:

      Enjoyed this, but Daimbet was an even weirder mix of unsure, incompetent, assured, clever, capable and dumb than the first book.

    12. Izilen says:

      Real fun, very wacky and very medieval.

    13. Domenic says:

      Just as witty and entertaining as the first novel And with a title like that, how can you resist reading it

    14. Mark Stevens says:

      Enjoyable read Mix of Christian theology with Sword Socerery A young wizard with doubts in his abilities, manages to hold things together with and without magic.

    15. Trip Galey says:

      Rereading this book for the first time in years Still enjoyable, still not quite as fun as the first one in the series.

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