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The Wizard's Daughters
February 01, 2019 Comments.. 866
The Wizard's Daughters MichaelDalton When down on his luck swordsman Erich von J lich Berg accepts a job protecting Walther the Artificer on a trip from his village to the Free City of K ln, his only motivation is to replenish his empty purse Walther s twin daughters Ariel and Astrid, skilled mages in their own right, are in search of a husband But marriage for mages carries with it unique challenges, for tWhen down on his luck swordsman Erich von J lich Berg accepts a job protecting Walther the Artificer on a trip from his village to the Free City of K ln, his only motivation is to replenish his empty purse Walther s twin daughters Ariel and Astrid, skilled mages in their own right, are in search of a husband But marriage for mages carries with it unique challenges, for their mate will be chosen solely by their place in the magical Flow not their hearts Erich soon finds himself caught up in a drama that will return him to a painful and dangerous place in his life that he thought he had long left behind, and pull him into the lives of two unusual women he soon grows to care about but cannot have.In this unique alternate history adventure set in pre Reformation Germany, Michael Dalton spins a twisted but entertaining steampunk fairy tale that is sure to entertain old fans and new.. The Wizard s Daughters When down on his luck swordsman Erich von J lich Berg accepts a job protecting Walther the Artificer on a trip from his village to the Free City of K ln his only motivation is to replenish his empty
  • Title: The Wizard's Daughters
  • Author: MichaelDalton
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  • Page: 345
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    1. Michael Dalton says:

      This is the first novel in what I hope will be an unusual series It s not anywhere near as explicit as my other novels it s best described as somewhat racy at worst That said, there are some unorthodox things going on this in this book, though saying would constitute a spoiler.

    2. Dianne says:

      Is it an adventure Steampunk Fantasy Is it steamy, spicy, quirky, and a little mind boggling Does it completely entertain in the best way The answer is yes, The Wizard s Daughters by Michael Dalton is all of the above Erich, a skilled and once wealthy swordsman is down to his last coin He is hired by a gentleman wishing to take his twin daughters to the city to find well matched husbands for these beautiful young women Erich s charge is to assure safe travel for Walther and his daughters, as thi [...]

    3. Bella Swann says:

      I absolutely loved this story For those who are fans of fantasy, Dalton does a great job situating the reader in a world of feudalism and magic The story starts off with the arrival of an almost broke swordsman who is looking for work There are hints that he may have an interesting past that he is hiding from Erich goes to work for a mage named Walther who has decided to take his twin mage daughters to the city of Koin in order to find a husband for them Erich serves as their bodyguards on the t [...]

    4. J.B. Rogers says:

      Disclosure I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review and as context to beta read the sequel This is Michael Dalton s first foray into mainstream fantasy, and it s an intriguing debut There are elements of steampunk, magic, and alternate history, all woven around a fairly standard quest narrative A mage s daughters have reached marrying age, so he hires a swordsman to escort the three of them to the Big City to marry them off Ho hum, right Not so fast.As I ve learned fr [...]

    5. Debbie says:

      Independent Reviewer for Paranormal Romance and Authors That Rock.Astrid and Ariel are identical twins, save for a freckle on the nose Their magic is intertwined, they need to marry a mage whsoe magic matches both theirs, as they cannot be seperated They nneed to go to K ln to find this mage Erich is hired to guard the girls and their father on this trip But somehwere along the way, he falls in love with the girls Girls he cannot have for he is no mage He has secrets too, and secrets have a way [...]

    6. Rob says:

      A decent first work.I enjoyed the book in the end but it does suffer certain faults The need for better editing stands out Certain plot points were a bit too predictable and could easily have been improved with minor changes Many points in the story came off as rushed The book probably could have been twice as long expanding upon the weeks they spent before leaving for the journey, expanding on the journey itself, and focusing on building a in depth camaraderie between Erich and the girls The [...]

    7. Chevoque says:

      Firstwhy isn t everyone talking about this book It is brilliant in the best ways possible I love the different perspectives, which have been so perfectly integrated that one can read with great ease.The storyline is amazing I fell in love with the subtle wittiness throughout the book and the descriptions are just perfect The book is one of those I will always carry with me and knowing there is ahead in the Twin Magic series has me excited.Dalton is a great author and I can t wait to read of hi [...]

    8. Puri says:

      I like that the main protagonist is a serious guy with backbone, but isn t controlled by his emotions Only this duplication was a little bit weird and I just cant picture it.

    9. Greg Adkins says:

      What is a great book A book that makes you say just one page.

    10. Kerry Reis says:

      SOME PARTS FOR 18 ONLY In the early 1500s of Germanic Europe, Walther the Artificer, a mage who builds automatons powered by magic crystals, has a pair of identical twin daughters, Ariel and Astrid, who are emergent elemental mages in their own right and at an age where they need to be matched with a husband compatible with their natural mystical flow His plan is to transport them to a major university of mages where a compatible mage should be available, but he needs protection for him and his [...]

    11. Cnygaard_japanyahoo.Com says:

      Fun ideaI have only ever come across the idea of a non mage gaining magic related strength by becoming something like a familiar one other time, but he had to become a leopard big cat before he could Also you guaranteed the lack of infidelity, thank you.

    12. Daniel Petrocelli says:

      The book plodded along, but completely lost me at the double headed penis.

    13. Egis says:

      Fun little read.

    14. Catina Lewis says:

      In the beginning it s dear ole , Erich is just looking for a job, and a way to get away from his brother s anger towards him So far his brother sent two parties to capture him but both have failed They either have died or came back empty handed Upon arriving in a village he seeks employment with Walther, the father of Astrid and Ariel Erich becomes their guard and guide to the Free City of Koln.The lovely Astrid and Ariel are looking to leave their home with their father to the Free City of Koln [...]

    15. Thuan says:

      This was a fun, light read.We have poor, vagabond Erich, our protagonist, that finds himself as a guard to a genius wizard and his two beautiful twin daughters A strange relationship develops between Erich and the girls but what s fun is how their relationship plays out.My one complaint, though, is that the author exposes the villain s plan completely as a POV This virtually eliminates any suspense or anticpation when switching back to our protagonist s POV You ll know what will happen and how i [...]

    16. Jordan says:

      Amusing if a little rushed It s a pretty short book with only 200 or so pages and after the union everything seems to go into fast forward as if the author only had time to write the gist of things Could have used another 100 pages for padding to build the story but overall I enjoyed it and glad I gave it a try.

    17. Wanda says:

      Page turning taleMay the Flow be with you Imaginative cross between Star Wars and Shreck set in ancient times Nicely written tale although I found the ending a bit too simplistic.

    18. Oliver says:

      Fairly enjoyable.I liked that the characters were all reasonable people that reacted rationally to events, rather than engaging in the usual melodrama you find in this sort of historical fantasy fiction.

    19. Iori says:

      Awesome read you can t stop cheering for the Mc and the twins.

    20. Felix says:

      Interesting story but it is so flat and predictable.

    21. Drew Doll says:

      Thoroughly enjoyed this read Full review to follow.

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