The Unsuspecting Mage (The Morcyth Saga, #1)

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  • 338 pages
  • The Unsuspecting Mage (The Morcyth Saga, #1)
  • Brian S. Pratt
  • English
  • 15 March 2018

The Unsuspecting Mage (The Morcyth Saga, #1) Want to be a mage Then do we have the job for you Sounds great for a veteran role player When on the job training entails battling demons, learning magic through trial and error, and living in a world without toilet paper, things could get rough But to be dropped in the middle of a forest and having to do it on your own with no instruction welcome to James world It all gets started when his grandfather suggests to James, a young man on the verge of graduating high school, that he check out the following advertisement for a job Magic Real Magic Ever wanted to learn We require someone with intelligence and a disciplined mind Those well versed in fantasy novels and role playing games a plus May need to travel Sounded like the perfect job for a veteran role player and avid fantasy reader James had no idea he d be whisked to another world, completely cut off from friends and family Arriving in a meadow in the middle of a forest, he s greeted by a creature not entirely human He was then told three things Magic works here Don t try to go home Get to the village of Trendle Then the creature vanished Which way was Trendle Where was he What might inhabit the forest that will seek his ruination These were but a few of the questions needing to be unraveled Alone with only his wits and knowledge gleaned from hundreds of books and dungeon campaigns, he started out just trying to survive He soon learned that one mistake, one lapse in judgment could mean his death Not long after arriving, he made the acquaintance of Miko, a street wise kid who quickly became his friend and companion Little did he know that the strength within this child from the streets of Bearn, a strength that would be tested again and again as they waded through battle after battle, delved in hidden passages deep beneath the earth, and faced off against an the might of an Empire, would be invaluable in the trials ahead The Unsuspecting Mage is the first book of The Morcyth Saga, a seven book epic fantasy adventure It follows James as he seeks first to master the art of magic then to uncover the reason why he had been brought to this strange new world where armies are on the move and gods meddle in the affairs of men. Best Read [ The Unsuspecting Mage (The Morcyth Saga, #1) ] author [ Brian S. Pratt ] – theheartwork.co.uk

10 thoughts on “The Unsuspecting Mage (The Morcyth Saga, #1)

  1. Fernando Zazueta says:

    I dare you to read this book It is that bad If you can get around how annoying reading in present tense is, a character which is as one dimensional as a character in an old video game and every cliche i...

  2. Eliza says:

    I first discovered The Unsuspecting Mage while looking for new things to add to my Kindle The blurb was interesting so I got it and read it Although I made it through the story, it was a difficult trek The first challenge was the awkward present tense that made the story feel like it was forcing you along with the characters and wasn t even consistent through the book Another thing that I didn t like was the inconsistency of speech used by James who goes from talking like a modern teen aged I first discovered The Unsuspecting Mage while looking for new things to add to my Kindle The blurb was interesting so I got it and ...

  3. Steve says:

    If a high school student published his notes from the DD campaign he was running, you would have this book if he happened to be failing English at the time There is no central plot arc, just the main character James roaming around doing small quests like a role playing game Indeed, I have done many of the quests, such as rescue so and so or find the bandits that raided this caravan multiple times , so maybe it doesn t even qualify as that DD campaigns have actual goals What If a high school student published his notes from the DD campaign he was running, you would have this book if he happened to be failing English at the time There is no central plot arc, just the main character James roaming around doing small quests like a role playing game Indeed, I have done many of the qu...

  4. Herman Gigglethorpe says:

    The Unsuspecting ReaderI don t even play tabletop RPGs, and this book is obviously a thinly veiled Dungeons and Dragons game A fantasy and DD nerd named James suddenly falls into a generic fantasy world after answering a cryptic newspaper ad, and has to go on a poorly defined quest Pipeweed is even directly ripped from Lord of the Rings I didn t know this at the time, but the city of Trademeet is better known as a location in Baldur s Gate 2 The creature who summoned him doesn t even te The Unsuspecting ReaderI don t even play tabletop RPGs, and this book is obviously a thinly veiled Dungeons and Dragons game A fantasy and DD nerd named James suddenly falls into a generic fantasy world after answering a cryptic newspaper ad, and has to go on a poorly defined quest Pipeweed is even directly ripped from Lord of the Rings I didn t know this at the time, but the city of Trademeet is better known as a location in Baldur s Gate 2 The creature who summoned him doesn t even tell him what the goal is, or where the nearest town is Of course wolves jump him and his classmate immediately, because all...

  5. Cath says:

    Let me start out by telling you that I absolutely loved this book The Unsuspecting Mage was a free book for theKindle i can never resist anything with the word free , so I downloaded it straight away, not really expecting anything great Brief Summary may contains spoilers view spoiler James, a slightly nerdy boy who lives with his grandma and granddad after his parents both died years ago loves to read and is most happy when his head is buried in a book One day after many Let me start out by telling you that I absolutely loved this book The Unsuspecting Mage was a free book for theKindle i can never resist anything with the word free , so I downloaded it straight away, not really expecting anything great Brief Summary may contains spoilers view spoiler James, a slightly nerdy boy who lives with his grandma and granddad after his parents both died years ago loves to read and is most happy when his head is bur...

  6. Larry Ruddell says:

    Got this free for my Nook through Barnes and Noble While the story line is fine it is clear why Mr Pratt has had to self publish his books He seriously needs an editor Inconsistent language, redundant talk and narrative, and overt moralizing interfere with the story line and add least 2...

  7. Kathryn says:

    The Unsuspecting Mage was a freebie on the Nook The description sounded like fairly standard fantasy, and it was free, so I figured it was worth a read While I did finish the book and enjoyed it for what it was, I wouldn t recommend it to anyone, because its few strengths are far outweighed by the quantity and intensity of its weaknesses.The most glaring weakness of the book is that it is written in present tense While I will absolve Pratt of pretension which is frequently the cause, or perh The Unsuspecting Mage was a freebie on the Nook The description sounded like fairly standard fantasy, and it was free, so I figured it was worth a read While I did finish the book and enjoyed it for what it was, I wouldn t recommend it to anyone, because its few strengths are far outweighed by the quantity and intensity of its weaknesses.The most glaring weakness of the book is that it is written in present tense While I will absolve Pratt of pretension which is frequently the cause, or perhaps the effect, of present tense , I found it v...

  8. Tish says:

    I could not finish this book Believe me I tried Usually I can force myself through a book Sometimes I continue reading when everything in me says MOVE ON and I m rewarded but honestly I couldn t talk myself into finishing it Maybe there s plot eventually I have no idea I read about 60% of this book All that I read of it was the main character traveling and then fighting battles he shouldn t be able to survive and yet somehow does, then he travels some , gets into somecraziness h I could not finish this book Believe me I tried Usually I can force myself through a book Sometim...

  9. Joel Calhoun says:

    Teribad, was free on my nook, not worth it.

  10. Joel says:

    For what this is, it s fairly good Unfortunately, what it is is the kind of book an agent or editor somewhere would reject as not quite good enough for publishing I think it was self published, and thus we get a peak past the industry curtain at the embryonic novel.The good the reasonably likable main character has an adventure and wins in the end.The bad the plot is that of a video game and sometimes character interactions read like uninspired dialog trees Let me give you an example Or he For what this is, it s fairly good Unfortunately, what it is is the kind of book an agent or editor somewhere would reject as not quite good enough for publishing I think it was self published, and thus we get a peak past the industry curtain at the embryonic novel.The good the reasonably likable main character has an adventure and wins in the end.The bad the plot is that of a video game and sometimes character interactions read like uninspired dialog trees Let me give you an example Or hero, James, falls on his head into a land of myth and magic He faces some low level monsters, gets a bitpowerful Facesmonsters, gets his butt handed to him but is rescued at the last moment Returns the favor by aiding his rescuer when the rescuer is attacked Is rewarded Finds another person in danger, rescues them, is rewarde...