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While the first 3 books in this enthralling series were puree page turners and late nights of one chapter , this forth book is less action and too full of petty teenage love interest Tiring really But we, ll see what 5 has to offer I am amazed at how fully realized and consistent the authors world building is coming along Bravo #EBOOK Ý Knights Magi: The Spellmonger Series, Book 4 ¿ Opposites Attack When The Magelord Minalan, The Spellmonger S Two Apprentices, Tyndal And Rondal, Were Knighted After The Battle Of Timberwatch, They Were Dubbed Knights Magi A New Class Of Nobility For Distinguished High Magi Designed To Combine The Pursuit Of Arcane Knowledge With The Noble Aspirations Of Chivalry, It Elevated Them Above Common Warmagein Theory The Problem Was They Had No Idea How To Be A Knight Magebecause No One Had Ever Been One Before And As A Couple Of Half Trained Rustic Apprentices From The Mindens They Did Not Feel Up To The Task Or The High Ideals Of Their Title But Master Minalan The Spellmonger Decided To Cure That Ignorance He Arranges For Tyndal And Rondal To Be Tutored And Trained Together In Their New Vocation, Learning The Arts Of Magic, The Craft Of Warfare, And The Subtleties Of Chivalry From The Finest Masters In The Kingdom If They Didn T Kill Each Other, First The Two Young Spellmonger S Apprentices From The Minden Mountain Domain Of Boval Vale Have Much In Common Both Had Their Homes Destroyed, They Were Both Sent Into Exile By The Goblin Invasion, And They Both Serve The Same Master Yet They Could Not Be Different Rondal Is Quiet, Bookish, And Introspective, Dedicated To The Disciplines Of Academic Magic And Anticipating A Future Of Study, Service, And, Perhaps, Romance Tyndal Is Bold And Brash An Extroverted Over Achiever With Dreams Of Glory, Gold, And Girls Fate, Circumstance, And The Whims Of The Gods Have Forced Them Together, But The Raw Emotions Of Adolescence And The Trauma Of War Put Them At Each Others Throats With Depressing Frequency Master Minalan Can T Have That, Especially Not In His Fragile New Domain With Another Baby On The Wayso He Sends Them On The Road Jealousy, Anxiety, Passion, And Frustration Conspire To Make Them Rivals But If They Don T Figure Out A Way To Learn To Work Together, And Quickly, Then Their Stubborn Feud Could End Up Affecting The Fate Of The Entire War Along The Way They Pick Up Some Enemies, Gain A Few Allies, Master A Few New Skills, And Attempt To Learn The Laws Of Love But As They Stumble Through Their Lessons And Learn To Master Their Tempers, They Discover That The Strongest Bonds Between Men Are Forged By The Most Difficult Of Trials For After They Become Proficient At Magic, War, And Errantry, They Are Put To The Test In The Field, The Most Difficult Of Circumstancesa Mission Where The Strength Of Their Friendship And The Quality Of Their Honor May Be What Defines Them Best As Knights Magi This seemed to be an attempt to write a coming of age tale following the 2 apprentices of the Minalan the Spellmonger.The problem I had was that it just didn t really move the plot anywhere The characters are both nice young men, but they accomplish little except to help get a young lady killed thanks to their inexperience and willful blindness I ended up just bored by their tale.This did in some ways move the story forward, but it was not a good addition to the series in my opinion. Terry has outdone himself this time I thoroughly enjoyed this book because it gives us a closer look at Tundal and Rondel These young men are really worth getting to know It was very enlightening to get inside their characters and find out what makes them tick I look forward to reading the next book and will be able to appreciate these two young apprentices than in the past They are both worthy young men Well written and as usual Terry sets the hook early on This is a great series if you like magic and wit The stores have enough humor to carry you over the parts that leave a hole in your heart and leaves you anxious for the next story Unfortunately, we do have to wait awhile for the next one. A captivating series that keeps getting better When I bought this one, I didn t think it would interest me as much as the previous books in the series since the focus was not to be on the main character Boy, was I wrong Interesting character development combined with the telling of great mini stories woven into a coherent whole that drives the epic forward in a very satisfying manner.One nit pick, unfortunately editing While the grammar is improving book to book, there are still some distracting errors for example the use of passed when past should have been used That said, the editing, while far from perfect, is not so much of a detraction as to cause me to give this book less than 5 stars.In short, I am hooked When is the next installment coming out The short description 1st Star helped pass time,2nd Star Consistent yet developing characters,3rd Star good plotting and suspenseful,4th Star Well rounded developing characters, a bit of romance, a bit of love and war.I write this review assuming people have read the previous three books As far as the continuation of the book it s pleasant The book is an overall pleasant read with alternating perspectives as well as alternating persons There are a few spots where the transition could be smoother but wasn t a big deal and didn t cause any real big confusion My only other comment is that there are some apparent typo s which I cannot tell if they re intentional or not Or it could be errors in transitioning from paper to electronic kindle unsure. If you ve read any of my reviews you know I do not give books 4 stars I believe most books are between 1 star bad and 3 stars good 4 stars are for great book So you get how much I like this book But the thing is the whole Spell monger series is four stars This is a great series, and if you really want to hear something special buy the Audible books in this series John Lee The reader is fantastic.