✫ A Wizard in Mind (Rogue Wizard, #2) Author Christopher Stasheff – Justinfoline.us

A Wizard in Mind (Rogue Wizard, #2) Magnus D Armand Was A SCENT Agent Like His Dad Rod On Gramarye, And Asked His Ship AI Herkimer For Oppressed Peasants Someplace Where My Life Might Do Some Good He Has Inherited Gifts Of Telepathy, Telekinesis, And Finding Trouble On The Lost Colony World Of Petrach, Warring Princes Bring Bloodshed, Betrayal, And A Past Rival Plots Revenge.

<BOOKS> ✫ A Wizard in Mind (Rogue Wizard, #2)  Author Christopher Stasheff – Justinfoline.us
  • Paperback
  • 288 pages
  • A Wizard in Mind (Rogue Wizard, #2)
  • Christopher Stasheff
  • English
  • 07 August 2018
  • 0812536487

    10 thoughts on “ ✫ A Wizard in Mind (Rogue Wizard, #2) Author Christopher Stasheff – Justinfoline.us


  1. says:

    Okay, I ll admit it I had a lot of trouble trying to get in to this book I attempted at least three times before it took What I mean by trouble getting in to the book, is the inability to get past the rather dry discussion of economics and governmental structure that our dear protagonist Magnus Gar is having with his sentient star ship I suppose that I was in the correct state of mind the third time, and I m glad that I was, because I found I actually enjoyed this little tale.I came to thi Okay, I ll admit it I had a lot of trouble trying to get in to this book I attempted at least three times before it took What I mean by trouble getting in to the book, is the inability to get past the rather dry discussion of economics and governmental structure that our dear protagonist Magnus Gar is having with his sentient star ship I suppose that I was in the correct state of mind the third time, and I m glad that I was, because I found I actually enjoyed this little tale.I came to this book not realizing that it was set well deep inside a well cons...


  2. says:

    There are some interesting concepts in the book, but overall this is book about revolution and politics Yes everything happens in distant planet and there are some hard scifi elements, but it needs .


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  4. says:

    This is the first in a spin off series The original series is the Warlock series by this author In that series, Rod Gallowglass becomes Lord High Warlock on the planet Gramarye, a planet founded by refugees from the SCA Magnus D Armand is his oldest son.This series is this first in the series of adventures by Magnus as he travels to other planets with oppressive governments seeking to free the people from them.Overall, this book is a little weaker than the first series which was fantastic Ha This is the first in a spin off series The original series is the Warlock series by this author In that series, Rod Gallowglass becomes Lord High Warlock on the planet Gramarye, a planet founded by refugees from the SCA Magnus D Armand is his oldest son.This series is this first in the series of adventures by Magnus as he travels to other planets with oppressive governments seeking to free the people from them.Overall, this book is a little weaker than the first series which was fantastic Having said that, this is still a good, fun book that is well worth reading However, it doesn t quite measure up to the Warlock series To get the most out of this book, you should read the Warlock series first Or at least the first book in that series The Warlock In Spite Of Himself This book, like the earlier series, mixes magic with science fiction The basic source of the magic in this book and in the earlier...


  5. says:

    I wish I could give it 3 1 2 stars At first I was a little disappointed as I was expecting something different, something with lotsmagic sorcery involved As I got further into the story, though, I found the action gripping and the story well told.The premise is interesting Some worlds have fallen back into the dark ages and there are people who want to help them move toward democracy There are also other groups of people who have a very different desire.We begin the story with Magnus D I wish I could give it 3 1 2 stars At ...


  6. says:

    Bad guys named SCENT, PEST, AEGIS and DDT, a computer named Herkimer, a planet named Petrarch, and a 7 foot hero named Magnus Groan Too much like James Bond I almost gave up on this book during the prologue But I persevered By chapter four, I was pretty well hooked Except for Gianni wanting to hump any reasonably pretty female, it was a good story Magnus had his work cut out for him, everything from fighting the above acronymed bad or misinformed rivals, to competition with things i Bad guys named SCENT, PEST, AEGIS and DDT, a computer named Herkimer, a planet named Petrarch, and a 7 fo...


  7. says:

    As a story, pretty flat with a lot of deus ex machina.


  8. says:

    Magnus D Armand s adventures continue


  9. says:

    I would rate it better if it was from Magnus s POV Also, some of the action and dialogue seemed cheesy

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