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Malweir was once governed by the order of Mages, bringers of peace and light. Centuries passed. Unknown to most, one mage desired power above all else. He turned his will to the banished Dark Gods and brought war to the free lands. Only a handful of mages survived the betrayal and the Silver Mage was left free to twist the darker races to his bidding. The only thing he nee Malweir was once governed by the order of Mages, bringers of peace and light. Centuries passed. Unknown to most, one mage desired power above all else. He turned his will to the banished Dark Gods and brought war to the free lands. Only a handful of mages survived the betrayal and the Silver Mage was left free to twist the darker races to his bidding. The only thing he needs to complete his plan and rule the world forever are the four shards of the crystal of Tol Shere. Delin Kerny and Fennic Attleford never thought that one day they would be forced to flee their town in order to save their lives. Hunted by a ruthless mercenary, the boys are forced into the adventure they only dreamed about. Ever ashamed of the horrors his kind let loose on the world the last mage, Dakeb, lives his life in shadows. His chance finally comes through the hearts and wills of Delin and Fennic. Dakeb bestows upon them the crystal shard, entrusting them with the one thing capable of restoring peace to Malweir.


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Malweir was once governed by the order of Mages, bringers of peace and light. Centuries passed. Unknown to most, one mage desired power above all else. He turned his will to the banished Dark Gods and brought war to the free lands. Only a handful of mages survived the betrayal and the Silver Mage was left free to twist the darker races to his bidding. The only thing he nee Malweir was once governed by the order of Mages, bringers of peace and light. Centuries passed. Unknown to most, one mage desired power above all else. He turned his will to the banished Dark Gods and brought war to the free lands. Only a handful of mages survived the betrayal and the Silver Mage was left free to twist the darker races to his bidding. The only thing he needs to complete his plan and rule the world forever are the four shards of the crystal of Tol Shere. Delin Kerny and Fennic Attleford never thought that one day they would be forced to flee their town in order to save their lives. Hunted by a ruthless mercenary, the boys are forced into the adventure they only dreamed about. Ever ashamed of the horrors his kind let loose on the world the last mage, Dakeb, lives his life in shadows. His chance finally comes through the hearts and wills of Delin and Fennic. Dakeb bestows upon them the crystal shard, entrusting them with the one thing capable of restoring peace to Malweir.

30 review for Armies of the Silver Mage

  1. 5 out of 5

    Peter John

    Armies Of The Silver Mage is the story of two young men, Delin and Fennic, just as they are coming of age. They felt the desire for excitement and adventure, and little of both could be found in the sleepy town of Fel Darrens. One day, while on a fishing trip into the local forest, they discover the home of an old and infamous hermit. With the introduction of a unique, star silver sword called Phaelor, they get more excitement than they can handle. The land of Malweir is under the shadow of a da Armies Of The Silver Mage is the story of two young men, Delin and Fennic, just as they are coming of age. They felt the desire for excitement and adventure, and little of both could be found in the sleepy town of Fel Darrens. One day, while on a fishing trip into the local forest, they discover the home of an old and infamous hermit. With the introduction of a unique, star silver sword called Phaelor, they get more excitement than they can handle. The land of Malweir is under the shadow of a dark and powerful foe and the two young men of Fel Darrens are thrust into a world on the brink of war. Filled with great characters and vivid battle scenes, Armies Of The Silver Mage is a fantasy adventure on an epic scale. With trolls, goblins, ogres and dragons pitched in bloody battle against gallant humans (and some not so gallant) dwarves and elves, this book bursting with fantastical action scenes. True to a genre that we have all grown to love, reminiscent of the works of Tolkien and C.S Lewis but with it’s own style and flavour. Armies Of The Silver Mage is a great addition to the world of epic fantasy.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Norma

    Dwarves, goblins, elves, and more! What's not to like? This is a very good story. It really needs a proofreader. The magnitude of typographical gaffes distracted from the story line. The characters are both likeable and despicable as needed and leaves you longing for the next great adventure to come. Dwarves, goblins, elves, and more! What's not to like? This is a very good story. It really needs a proofreader. The magnitude of typographical gaffes distracted from the story line. The characters are both likeable and despicable as needed and leaves you longing for the next great adventure to come.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Kellie Dipiro

    I enjoyed this book. I would give it 5 stars, but it was very poorly edited. The characters were very engaging. The plot was very fast paced. Very good storytelling.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Robert Engle

    Character introductions were sparse and sudden; and the tempo of the story and backstory seemed off.

  5. 5 out of 5

    John Hugh Glen

    I want to start by saying I have been reading books of this genre for many years now it started when I was at school in the 1950’s and I must say the amount of books one has to read to find a story that is as good as some of those earlier classics is boundless and we all have our preferences. This story by new Story-Weaver Christian W Freed starts with an aptitude for this genre. It has all the conventional trimmings of a good fantasy novel, we have three young people just at the commencement of t I want to start by saying I have been reading books of this genre for many years now it started when I was at school in the 1950’s and I must say the amount of books one has to read to find a story that is as good as some of those earlier classics is boundless and we all have our preferences. This story by new Story-Weaver Christian W Freed starts with an aptitude for this genre. It has all the conventional trimmings of a good fantasy novel, we have three young people just at the commencement of their lives who find themselves plunged into an adventure with Goblins, Dwarfs, Elves, Ogres, an evil wizard, Trolls, a magic sword and an enigmatic good wizard there is even a dragon. Nevertheless, this story ensures the exceptionally difficult task of getting you to enjoy the characters at the very start and increasingly as the story goes on, you become involved in their lives and adventure this is something not all story-weavers can do There are faults for which I do deduct stars but I think with this book some of the mistakes can be forgiven for a new story-weaver; There is a lack of real conversation between characters, to me this means that you don’t get to know them and their back-stories and without that there is little or no depth to the characters. The story itself is a rousing adventure with plenty of twists and turns, it has plenty of action and all the baddies that you would want. If you enjoy fantasy adventure with loads of fascinating scenes, battles, and intrigue, this story comes with my recommendation especially if you like a jolly good adventure in imagined worlds. I look forward to reading more by this new story-weaver soon.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Sean

    Read like a writing exercise based off LOTR But much more poorly written and perhaps a first or second draft? I read till the end just to see if the writing improved. Branching off from the main LOTR theme showed that more effort to develop the plot was made, so I gave it 2 stars instead of 1.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Yahu

    A great fantasy/adventure book! If you liked The Lord of the Rings you will enjoy this book!

  8. 4 out of 5

    Dawon

    Good read Book was very exciting I like the storyline and I look forward to reading more of the storyline I hope it gets better with each book.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Patrick

    It was a very well crafted book with lots of twists and turns. Liked the fantasy aspects. Ending was a bit wonky but it is what it is.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Victoria

    Is a great book to read

  11. 5 out of 5

    Daniel

    Wanted to like it the premise sounds nice. Two boys find a special weapon and they go on an adventure, while war is brew. Sounds interesting, right? A major problem is that the narrator dominated this book. We don't see much in the way of information being developed throughout the stories; instead, it's handed to us by the narrator. One character we meet has a short bio given to us by the narrator. Why? We get a "secretly wishes" mention from a serving girl with about one sentence full of presenc Wanted to like it the premise sounds nice. Two boys find a special weapon and they go on an adventure, while war is brew. Sounds interesting, right? A major problem is that the narrator dominated this book. We don't see much in the way of information being developed throughout the stories; instead, it's handed to us by the narrator. One character we meet has a short bio given to us by the narrator. Why? We get a "secretly wishes" mention from a serving girl with about one sentence full of presence. Why? We got a "little does he know..." Why, especially given that we already know. If we didn't, that wouldn't be the way to tell us. Dialogue and even distances are a bit of a mess. We have English and poorly done Old English, the latter of which makes no sense. Then we have something along along the lines of "we kind of". That's modern speech. As for distances we get leagues, miles and meters all used, two of them in the same chapter. Being a Lord of the Rings ripper is the least of this book's worries. It would require lots of work with grammar and spelling. Like I said, I wanted to like it. Hopefully his next venture will show more of what's going on and have less being told about it.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Diane Major

    DEATH WANTS A COMPANION! Where to start… Well this is one fast paced adventure. Delin Kerny and Fennic Attleford are at the centre of the strange goings on and appear to have a mission. War is coming to Averon. Delin and Fennic leave their home known as Fel Darrins on a journey into the unknown. The young woman, Tarren, follows them. A mysterious sword and a purple stone seem to be at the centre of this mystery. Can the Dwarf named Norgen help Delin, and Fennic, reach the King? Can a war against DEATH WANTS A COMPANION! Where to start… Well this is one fast paced adventure. Delin Kerny and Fennic Attleford are at the centre of the strange goings on and appear to have a mission. War is coming to Averon. Delin and Fennic leave their home known as Fel Darrins on a journey into the unknown. The young woman, Tarren, follows them. A mysterious sword and a purple stone seem to be at the centre of this mystery. Can the Dwarf named Norgen help Delin, and Fennic, reach the King? Can a war against the Silver Mage be won? This is an exciting adventure with twists and turns. The journey in this book is well described and full of action. It has Dwarves, a Dragon wearing an amulet, a strange pony, and Ogres to name but some of the creatures however, it is the Gnalls that are feared most. If you enjoy fantasy adventure with plenty of interesting characters like Tolis Scarn, the killer, spy, and thief plus brave Sergeant Hallis, as well as, battles, and intrigue, this one comes recommended!

  13. 4 out of 5

    Bryan

  14. 4 out of 5

    Jjcannone

  15. 4 out of 5

    Angeline

  16. 4 out of 5

    Tom Callahan

  17. 4 out of 5

    Gary Pereira

  18. 4 out of 5

    Sonia Pomerantz

  19. 4 out of 5

    Patricia

  20. 4 out of 5

    Jason

  21. 5 out of 5

    Teresa Gaiotti

  22. 5 out of 5

    Jerry

  23. 4 out of 5

    Janice Smith-gentry

  24. 5 out of 5

    Amber K Mills

  25. 4 out of 5

    martin haynes

  26. 4 out of 5

    Jazzyysj

  27. 4 out of 5

    brian

  28. 4 out of 5

    Kelsy Smart

  29. 5 out of 5

    Kasandra Meireis

  30. 5 out of 5

    Carmela Granone

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