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Hawklady

Spellmonger Cadet, Book 2
Written by: Terry Mancour
Narrated by: Finty Williams
Series: Spellmonger Cadet Series, Book 2
Length: 9 hrs and 53 mins
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Publisher's Summary

When Lenodara the Hawkmaiden - Dara, to her friends - was made an apprentice to the foremost wizard in the world, Minalan the Spellmonger, Magelord of her native land of Sevendor, she thought that the adventurous life was behind her. She looked forward to a long, boring career of learning how to read and taking magic lessons...but Dara’s life as the Spellmonger’s new apprentice is anything but boring!

Within days of assuming her new duties, a goblin invasion in the distant land of Gilmora compels Minalan to gather his forces to repel it...and that means Dara, too. Her unique ability to use the ancient Alka Alon weapon, the Thoughtful Knife, may be the only way to thwart the invasion - and combat the dragons that have ravaged the castles of the land.

But the battlefield is just the beginning of her new adventure, and she finds the aristocracy of the city of Barrowbell is as challenging as a goblin attack. But new adventures lead Dara to new friends in the unlikeliest of places on her way to becoming the Hawklady!

©2017 Terry Mancour (P)2019 Podium Publishing

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Excellent!

Enjoyed it as much as book 1 in the series. Recommend to any age. Am 55 years old & delighted that the narrator’s voice, along with this imaginative story, kept me engaged during long walks & stair climbing.

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  • Val
  • 2019-09-19

Short, but great.

The writing is great! But these are 1/2 as long as the main series books, but cost the same.
The writing is still great! But the change has not gone unnoticed.

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  • Brent
  • 2019-11-11

I wish

I wish all three books were released at once like a Netflix series or an Amazon series there's no need to wait to get the books by the first one they're going to keep buying second one in the third one why make us wait it's an old model that needs to go away

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  • David Loren Collins III
  • 2019-10-08

She’s not John lee

I’m not a fan of the new narrators voices for the boys but it’s a solid addition to an amazing world. Love hearing the battle of Cambrian from the hawkmaidens perspective. And the extra bits we don’t hear about from min.

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  • TheToal
  • 2019-09-19

another page turner

I love that this series gives you a different angle and perspective to a story you already know without it being boring at all. the new insights you get are facinating and it let's the author develop minor characters from the main series with much more detail.
the only thing I would correct is that this narrator pronounces many names differently from the narrator of the main series, that is a bit jarring at times (maybe only to me, I am a bit pedantic at times ...) but that could easily be remedied I think.

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  • Yohance Johnson
  • 2019-09-13

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I am a big fan of this author, but I feel this book was too short in length and plot

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  • Kathy T.
  • 2019-11-09

Very Entertaining

Second book in the series I have listened to. Since I have not listened to any other books by this author within this storyline under another narrator, I cannot tell whether or not that would have been an issue for me, as others have stated in their reviews. I have thoroughly enjoyed this series so far, and am looking forward to listening to the third bpok.

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  • John M McMillin
  • 2019-09-18

The best fantasy series going keeps expanding.

A worthy successor to the Spellmonger series follows the most interesting of the Spellmongers apprentices. It shows the events of the other books in the series from a different perspective and does so masterfully. The Cadet series so far has lived up to the standard set by the Spellmonger series, which may be the best fantasy series out there right now hands down.

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  • John
  • 2019-09-14

Loved it

Me. man our, please keep writing and I will keep buying. Re-writing the storyline from the perspective of previously secondary characters was brilliant.

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  • Wanderlusting
  • 2019-09-19

almost as good.

the book is good I did enjoy it however it seems a bit lacking compared to the original few spellmonger books.
kind of young teen version.

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  • Anthony L. Morris
  • 2020-07-15

Good book, but I love Spellmonger.

I feel like you need to be a fan of the whole Spellmonger series to enjoy this book.