Wit'Ch Fire by James Clemens(29 ratings)
|Series||Banned and the Banished|
|Submitted by Anonymous |
What a fantastic read! I have not even finished this title and I am already scouting for the next in the series ... for all who enjoy the fantasy worlds - this is a definate read. It whisks you away without being unreal. I can't put it down and am almost living the world in my day to day life! What a wonderous writer.
|Submitted by email@example.com |
I picked this book up out of chance at a Waterstone shop a few weeks back and I just couldn't put it down. The moment you start to read this book you are drawn into a world of magic. "Cool" and "Wow" is all I can say about this book and that if you like Clemens books then you will love David Gemmell. These two guys know how to write
|Submitted by -hmpf- |
This book (and the series) was great. Very original and imaginative, unlike the usual run-of-the-mill magical worlds. I like the magical creatures and their unusual characters Clemens has created. The prologues, tend to be pompous and rather redundant and the ' in names slow down reading. These aside though, Clemens is a promising writer - I can't wait for Wit'ch Gate to come out, as well as future series. If you liked the 'young girl as most powerful protagonist' element, try Anne Bishop's Black Jewels Trilogy as well.