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- Steel and Magic, Book One
- Written by: M. A. Leon
- Narrated by: Ryan Haugen
- Length: 12 hrs and 11 mins
“Take him and run.” The last words of Jake’s mother urged him to save his brother. Jake and Louie get thrown into the outside world, where Jake learns his skill with a sword can save their lives, and Louie, gifted with elemental magic, soon learns his magic is part of something much bigger: a world of spirits that wage a war of their own. The necrom are after Louie. They only way the necrom can increase their numbers is to capture and possess more adepts. After centuries of the necrom pillaging, adepts are scarce. The necrom want Louie and won’t stop until they capture him.
- By timothy on 2020-08-24
A father/daughter review from two big fans
Dad: I read and enjoyed the book. I've been a fan of fantasy my whole life and the story was a pleasure to read. When I saw it was on Audible, I picked it up there as well to broaden its appeal to the rest of the family. The narrator does a great job of bringing the characters and scenes to life.
Daughter (11): This book is really nice. I love how it's fantasy and has adventures and adepts and Cassie, Louie, and Jake. I could not stop playing it on Audible and I loooooved it and the adepts and the different types of spirits. I also think that it should be turned into a movie.