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Company’s coming!

Just when Baron Minalan the Spellmonger figured out there was a slim chance to restore his mind-shattered wife, Alya (if he's willing to journey to the undercaverns of Olum Seheri, the lair of Korbal the Necromancer), things start to go awry: not only does Prince Tavard, his unloved liege lord, decide to conduct an official state visit to Sevendor on pilgrimage to the Everfire on the Briga's feast day, but a mysterious seamage appears at his door with an intriguing offer from the Sea Folk who rule Callidore: They want to buy snowstone. An entire mountain of it. 

Between feuding factions of Alka Alon and the contentious nobility of his own kingdom, Minalan is already in arcane intrigue up to his pointy hat, but when the foremost wizard of the age has problems, he also has resources. Before the pilgrimage concludes it sets mighty actions in their courses, and even the gods elect to intervene publicly in Minalan's life. 

Minalan realizes that he has little choice but to consider an impossible quest into the heart of his enemy's realm, to the caverns of the dead, themselves, if he is to resolve the many conflicts in play. He must recover an ancient artefact of the Sea Folk known as the Handmaiden, and in order to do so he will have to organize the most audacious raid on the most horrific foe in humanity's history on Callidore! Who else but Minalan the Spellmonger has the magic stones to challenge the undead might of the Necromancer!

©2017 Terry Mancour (P)2020 Podium Publishing

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10 books worth of world building pays off

I'm a bit of a late comer to this series. I've had the pleasure of bingeing it while at work at a mindless labour job and the world building in this series is absolutely enthralling.

This book there are some huge payoffs from things mentioned as far back as the first book which really tells you that the author has thought out the whole broad story and created something truly amazing.

Great work Terry, you're easily one of my favorite authors. :)

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Just awesome!!!

I have started to listen to this everywhere I go. it's so good. Love the ending as well

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Love it, more please, write faster!

**Spoiler Alert***

I love the implications of this actually being a crazy SciFi story... So good. I was hoping that you would go this direction when I first heard the stuff about the techa. After this crazy war I would love to hear stories about Captain Spellmonger. So epic. Also, I dig the idea of him becoming immortal and hearing these stories about him experiencing ages and his perspective of the whole thing. I don't want him to become a god or anything. Just an immortal dude with waxing and waning power as he discovers more and more of the universe around him. Eventually maybe he's all powerful on Calidor, but in space he's a nobody. Then maybe he leverages his new home base on Calidor to become a power in his region of space, but then he discovers worm holes, and he's a nobody again. The future possibilities are endless and I want to hear it all please never stop!

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love it every book In this series

I love this series ,actually doing the books a second time .This has to be my favorite

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It keeps getting better!

After 10 books you'd wonder if there was still more story to listen to without going over the same bumps and curves and becoming stale.
luckily this is not the case, the world of the Spellmonger just becomes more detailed and involved creating an imaginative real world that I want to continue delving into.

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back to form!

this book was fantastic. I hit a wall with the series around book 8 and really struggled to read the next book, but this one made up for all of it. if you are thinking about giving up on the series or you've reached the court wizard book and are not really enjoying it, think about skipping to this one. I think once the series is done, somebody's going to have to create a machete order for these books so readers can skip the slow parts.

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Another winner

Ten books in and there is still fresh ground to cover, the narrator is one of my favourites.

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This is my favorite book series.

This series of audio books is long and amazing. I've taken them though parts of my life and grew with the characters. I'm thankful I found this series.

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Simply Amazing!!

this book had me captivated from the start to finish I couldn't stop listening to it. john lee is an amazing narrator.

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Awesome series

I couldn't stop listening to this book.
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Can hardly wait for the next one.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 2020-03-31

Loved it

My husband and I can't wait until the next book. Hopefully there is a next one. The Spellmonger series has kept me going throughout my cancer treatments. John Lee you are the best narrator I have had the pleasure of listening to.

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  • RandalPrime
  • 2020-03-24

No end in sight... thank God!

Terry Mancour writes fascinating compelling stories, and has done so again. The frustration at this point, I cannot wait for the next tale!

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  • John M McMillin
  • 2020-07-10

A great series with some glaring issues.

I will be upfront with this review and put it in two parts. First part all the good stuff because I believe this series and book is more good than bad.

This book and series are really some of the most imaginative and fun books currently out there. The characters (exceptions below) are wonderful, the action moves well, the plot is intricate and fun. I really enjoy the work and the voice acting is absolutely top notch. Mancour's take on fantasy is refreshing and so well done.

Now the not so good. Mancour definitely has some real trouble with female characters. While he doesn't overtly hate on them like say Martin does, they definitely run on a wildly different set of guidelines than his male ones. I am probably overly critical because the whole world turns on a character because she refuses the advances of one guy. But it seems the course for the series. If a female in the world wants to be a character she has to accept the advances of any male who wants her or be exiled for being unfair.

Just my take. One spoiler though. I truly hope the character Garath dies in the next book.

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  • Ephraim
  • 2020-04-26

Probably My Last

I admit it was an interesting series as far as how it developed. The narrator started off horribly with the first book but got miles more skillful in later ones, though his range of voice changes is limited. This story though is quite meandering and I feel is just designed to keep us trapped in a storyline that needlessly takes years to finish a single villain off. So I think it will have to be my last. It’s book 10 and nothing of meaning has changed except the characters’ relation to each other and how much of the kingdom the main character controls.

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  • Richard w Fail
  • 2020-03-21

holy cow!

ok this is a good book. not so much understood with just this volume but entertaining enough for just this one purchase. and the ending... wow does that leave many many directions for the next....

please, please give this a shot if you haven't already and continue through out the series... as you can tell I really like this series and wish the best for all involved. It's made my literary life so much richer.

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  • Cigman Freud
  • 2021-03-14

With all respect to those that wax derogatorily...

Those that don't appreciate a neo-medieval, post interstellar Distant Mirror need not apply. If you don't understand that, an understanding of Myers-Briggs and how people that are process-oriented think, will help. Terry is certainly one of us. Those that criticize character development and progression must have favorite characters that they want more focus on or they don't appreciate world-building. This is a world that rivals that of Tolkien's Middle Earth Herbert's Dune, and Jordan's world in The Wheel of Time. Of course, there are NPC's here, but this is a vibrant world with back-characters that are alive, participatory, and become part of the story after being absent for several books. While the Spellmoger Wiki is helpful, Terry offers enough memory-jogs to allow you to place them in the universe without extensive research. Cleverly done.

There are roughly 20 books left and I believe that the best is yet to come.

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  • Sean K.
  • 2020-03-27

good book except

one of the greatest frustrations of this series is the author's tendency to repeat the same plot information multiple times sometimes within pages of each other. we know how proud min is of sevendoor! if there's so much fluff in this book that it ruins what is a good story. what's interesting is you could actually condence the entire plot line down to it chapter. do I care what color so-and-so as hair is and her brooch? lol

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  • Carlos
  • 2020-03-22

John Lee is the best his voice is my monologue

book is amazing well written best performance. Im pretty sure I figured out the huge twist that should be at the end of this series. I want to write here but won't ruin it. even knowing it it will still be amazing

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  • R. Richard
  • 2020-03-21

Fantastic

This is a fantastic read/listen I enjoyed it immensely. It is worth your time to purchase and listen to the entire series what a fantastic story.!

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  • Colton J. Weingarden
  • 2020-06-05

Babies

Omg, I feel like we need to take a step back. Pretty much every plot line has to do with them. Like either complaining about them, having them, moving them, killing them. Some is OK but let's get a bit more meat in it. However still great series just want to see a bit more character building that doesn't involve babies and how to achieve them lol.

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