The Circle of Sorcerers

The Circle of Sorcerers

Brian Kittrell / Jun 19, 2019

The Circle of Sorcerers When Laedron Telpist s sorcery training is interrupted by a knock on the door what once seemed a proper profession must now be hidden In a world where priests and mages vie for the limitless power of

  • Title: The Circle of Sorcerers
  • Author: Brian Kittrell
  • ISBN: 9780982949542
  • Page: 403
  • Format: Hardcover
  • When Laedron Telpist s sorcery training is interrupted by a knock on the door, what once seemed a proper profession must now be hidden In a world where priests and mages vie for the limitless power of the elements and a new Grand Vicar has sworn death to all sorcerers, Laedron is tossed into a nightmare which would see his destruction at every turn From the home shores iWhen Laedron Telpist s sorcery training is interrupted by a knock on the door, what once seemed a proper profession must now be hidden In a world where priests and mages vie for the limitless power of the elements and a new Grand Vicar has sworn death to all sorcerers, Laedron is tossed into a nightmare which would see his destruction at every turn From the home shores in western Sorbia, through the Cael Brilland heartlands, and even across the seas to the great city of Azura, Laedron finds himself embracing old friends, consorting with unlikely allies, and confronting potent enemies As he struggles to train himself in spellcraft, Laedron must face that he lives in a time when the utterance of a simple spell could be the signature on his death warrant.

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    1. OMGThis was *awful.* I should have guessed when he started the thing with a description of land and then went on to say how the denizens were proud of their lower wood use during the winter due to the warm ocean current nearby. Telling not showing.Incredibly awkward dialogue. Slow ass moving plot. Book ends in the middle of nowhere. After a serendipitous "oh we're in trouble, random guy we just met died oh wait these guys are secret allies!" All of the tragedy is somehow shallow and meaningless. [...]


    2. WHY. IS. THIS. BOOK. GETTING. SUCH. HIGH. RATINGS?!IT IS SO EXTREMELY BORINGLY DULL! Every little things is explained. As a reader, I was not shown anything, but I was told every freaking little thing! I don't know the characters personalities because they have never developed. The conflict was resolved very quickly and without much trouble. Actually, every little thing was resolved very quickly and without much trouble. There was no anticipation of anything because I was just told everything in [...]


    3. From the very start of this book we are transported to a land far, far away called the Bloodmyr Isles. A place filled with Knights, Sorcerers, magic, intrigue and war. This book is so different than you usually find in this genre of epic fantasy. It starts with a sixteen year old young man named Laedron Telpists, who is enjoying his last summer at home before he has to decide what school he will go to, to begin sorcery training. He is already a gifted mage and while he is leaning towards one sch [...]


    4. I gotta stop downloading these free books, they really aren't very good. I liked the premise of this story, but there was absolutely no character development and everything that was accomplished came way too easily. I think I'd need to be desperate to finish the series.


    5. I thought this was a very good read. I enjoyed the every developing plot and characters. Looking forward to the next.


    6. This book, the first of a trilogy, follows the journey of Laedron Telpist, a young mage conflicted by his final choice of mage school. He can go to Morcaine as he desires, or train under Ismerelda, as his mother desires. Faced with family tradition, Lae follows his mother's wishes and trains with sorceress. During his training, he travels with her to a summoned Circle of the world's sorcerers, where they are to discuss the impact of the newly elected leader of the church dominating this world. W [...]


    7. Leadron is a young socerer. His mother convinces him to train as the single apprentice to the socerer who trained her. While in training his teacher receives a message to attend a emergency convention. The organized church raids the meeting and kills all the socerers with Laedron being one of a handful of survivors. So begins his quest for vengence.



    8. I wish could allow half star increments in their ratings, I would have given this novel 2.5 stars. The story has a very promising beginning, but it seems like all the women in the story fade to the background (so my wife would probably get frustrated reading this novel). The biggest problem with this fantasy quest is that it felt like things were happening too quickly, and the resolution was too easy. The main character (Laedron) is crafted with depth and detail, unfortunately all of his comrad [...]


    9. In Kittrell's Circle of Sorcerers: A Mages of Bloodmyr novel, Laedron, a young man with a talent for magic leaves his village to study magic with his mother's former teacher, setting aside his own desires to learn from the seemingly grander mages from a large academy. He leaves home earlier than planned, due to a message arriving from his new teacher requesting him urgently, as she suspected there may be trouble. The journey to his new home is uneventful, and he begins learning rapidly, to his t [...]


    10. This book was a little slow to start, beginning with a long introduction of the main character Laedron and his choices on where to attend school to become a mage. The first three chapters or so spend quite a bit of time developing Laedron’s character and depict him as an extremely naïve person ready to trust most people without a moment’s hesitation. As the book progresses Laedron runs in to a bit of trouble and finds out that he must make it on his own and is no longer living in a shelter [...]


    11. The Circle of Sorcerers, Book One in the Mages of Bloodmyr series, is a straightforward coming of age tale of a young man who must learn the extent of his magical powers while fighting against evil forces. It’s simplicity of plot is a blessing for readers that want to enjoy a more traditional style of fantasy storytelling. Kittrell doesn’t bog the tale down with red herrings, unnecessarily complicated schemes, and convoluted subplot seeds that don’t get resolved for six or seven books (and [...]


    12. Actual Rating: 2.5 StarsUnfortunately, this one failed to impress or amaze me very much. In fact, it was quite disappointing, to be honest. The premise sounded promising--a relatively simple, straightforward, uncomplicated fantasy about a young man discovering his magical abilities as a sorcerer and his quest to find and eliminate the bad guys.ButUgh, way too much telling and not enough showing! There were massive information dumps in conversations that slowed the pace and made the dialogue awkw [...]


    13. Sixteen-year-old Laedron wants to study sorcery at Morcaine, however his mother sends him off to study with, Ismerelda, the woman who had taught her. It isn’t long before Lae learns to appreciate Ismerelda’s wisdom and power. A bond grows between them but it’s quickly shattered when Ismerelda and other sorcerers are slaughtered by the religious Heraldans, who believe that all sorcerers should die. Lae finds himself alone in a strange city. Fate soon puts him in league with those want the H [...]


    14. Unfortunately I cannot review this on because I got it as a free download/purchase which sucks because I think this deserves as much recognition as possible. **Review may contain spoilers** I love fiction books and upon reading this book I became really engaged in what transpired from the author's imagination. Laedron Telpist is a young mage who is unexpectedly sent to study with his teacher sooner than he expected due to politics between sorcerers and the church. Everything kind of moves fast [...]


    15. This is the first book of a trilogy named "The Mages of Bloodmyr". It is a very entertaining reading with an easy plot. Laedron is a young sorcerer. His mother is powerful, but he has to learn how to develop his own power through a professor called Ismerelda. The story develops on how the church condemns the sorcerers and how the persecution started. He makes alliance with a group a knights that he is sworn to protect, among which is his best friend Marac. Their brotherhood have a plan to overth [...]


    16. 4 STARS The Circle of Sorcerers is the first book of A Mage of BloomyrNovel. The second book is now out and I plan to read it next.I enjoyed reading it and had a hard time not finshing it last night.Laedron is 16 year old mage, who is from a small village. Laedron is planning to go to get more training to be a mage.Laedron's Mother is a mage and his sister Laren is practicing so she to can go to mage school.Marac is his best friend, 15 and broke up with his sister who wanted toget married but th [...]


    17. Circle of Sorcerers begins slowly with teenage Laedron deciding where he should study as a sorcerer, but the introduction still managed to hold my interest. However, I did feel that the first part of the book simultaneously contained too much exposition in his training yet didn't explain enough of some things that I wanted to understand.Ultimately, despite the flaws it was a fast read, I wanted to keep reading to see how it would end, and the ending seemed to set up some interesting avenues for [...]


    18. Well done first book of what could be many. We follow our hero from his quiet life at home with mother and sister into the greater world at large. First to training with an immortal mage who as it turns out isn't immortal at all when she is brutally murdered in full view of his horrified eyes. A war breaks out between church and the rest of the world as the church tries to destroy the blood of the mages.Laedron, our hero, joins the military in an attempt to do his part. Sent off to remove a majo [...]


    19. I was pleasantly surprised by The Circle of Sorcerers. When I started reading it, I thought it would be another Harry Potter-type, with a student mage learning his craft. That part of the story was extremely short, however, as Laedron's story quickly changed to an active adventure. I enjoyed the travels (though a map would be helpful) and supporting characters (more development of them would be nice). The conflict between church and mages is a good story framework, and I'm hoping future volumes [...]


    20. This was an easy read, I was sucked into the storyline straight away. I think it has a gentle appeal for young adults and older adults.The characters are believable, and although some things seem to happen a bit quick, I guess that's just the world they are living in. They are wonderfully young and naïve, with tempers that flare quickly and then disappear. Sometimes I would have liked for a little more detail and longer conversations over seemingly trivial matters as this is what makes us show [...]


    21. What's with the To be continued endingI thought I was at the end of the chapter, not the end of the book. That was a real turn off.The characters are interesting and well developed. The story line moves along nicely, but just cutting off the story with no type of resolution was very jarring. For that I gave it four stars.I may download book two, but I'm not really sure.


    22. The author ripped off Mercedes Lackey and not in a good way. I’ve never come across a group of so-called heroes who are as stupid as these. They should have been dead long before the end of the book and that might have improved it. The writing was stiff. It read like bad fan fiction. The characters were flat. Thank goodness this was a free e-book. I can't imagine paying for something so bad.


    23. Rather fun with characters increasingly rounded and complex and without an annoying self-serving love story which often indicates the author lost their plot. The usage of magic is fairly simple in theory but integrated into the story quite well. Adding in religious overtones as a discussion of belief and principle and how they don't always intersect helps the story rise above mediocre.


    24. Starts of slow but definitely drew me in. Oddly, I can agree with almost all the reviews on here, high and low. Could there be more emotion? Yes. Are there slow parts and then all of a sudden everything is resolved? Yes. But, it was free and I like the story itself enough to PAY for the second book.


    25. Not a real descriptive story. I like the plot. The characters are good. I felt that it jumped from place to place without telling what happened in between. There seems to be a lot of mystery surrounding laedron. It seems he is in the dark about who he truly might be. His magical gifts are astounding.


    26. Losing sleep over this adventure. Can hardly wait to start next in series. Moves without stumbling. Author knows how to catch your imagination with a quick paced story you want to never end. In other words move on to next book as quickly as possible. Brian is now added to list of favorite authors.


    27. The fact that the strongest magician in this story is killed so easily bothered me to the point I didn't even want to finish it. I'm glad I did though. I found that the main character was too powerful, but that makes things more intense though doesn't it? I think I might read the rest of this series and see how it ends. Especially since we're left at a cliff hanger.


    28. I though this fantasy was better written than many and quite enjoyable to read, but unfortunately it ended very abruptly. It lacked that sense of completion necessary to make a book satisfying. But I wouldn't object to reading more of the series if I stumble over them.


    29. I went into this book thinking something entirely different I'm glad it turned out the way it did I def. Reccomend it to anyone who is into. Magic and bringing down the bad guys now on to book two!


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