Download the Mageborn audiobook series and listen anywhere, anytime on your iPhone, Android or Windows device. The Archmage Unbound cover art. Mordecai’s growing power and success have made him a threat, not just to the gods and their minions, but also to the king of Lothion. An unholy bargain has. TL;DR: Mageborn: The Archmage Unbound is another fun fantasy read delivered by Michael G. Manning. I feel like the story and characters are.

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A Crucible of Souls. But the first person narrator voice can be super juvenile and annoying. The Legion of Flame. The author continues to blur lines adchmage the modern and the medieval in this book; however, the issues were no where near as serious as they were in the previous books.

Mordecai finally learns what it really means to be an archmage and it’s much better than just a stronger than normal mage. Mordecai had gained his power and didn’t foolishly bumble around with it, but dived right in. The Legion of Flame. I enjoyed this more than the mageboorn, some of the fun was back in the world, and though things unbund more dangerous and unboumd for our hero there was also a lightening of things, after the great battle ending book 2.

But if you have, I would very much recommend it, as I personally found it to be much more enjoyable than the previous two books. BTW, the guide’s identity for people who like spoilers: Well, only Already rated this book on my 1st read.


I’ve read some books with truly terrible writing, and the Archmage Unbound is nowhere near those. As with the first two, this book had me trying to read as fast as I could to get to the next page to see what was next! There isn’t any dead weight and every character feel real. It saved Penny’s and Mort’s mother’s life.

Amazon Inspire Digital Educational Resources. Commas help divide up sentences so I don’t have extra to interpret. Thanks for the entertainment and enjoyable time. Year 2, The Killing Crstyal. Share your thoughts with other customers. D And I loved the name choices! Unlike many coming-of-age fantasies, there are little to no restricting authorities, thus making Mort gain experience and wisdom at a much quicker pace while he led his friends and vassals.

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I still like Manning’s pricing structure and now I know there are more coming I’m waiting willingly for the next! I can’t wait to lay my hands on 4 in this series: Year 1, The Wizard’s Secret. Get fast, free shipping with Amazon Prime.

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I remember several moments that I really enjoyed and I could empathize with, which is a great deal more than I could say for the previous books. Good story all the elements of an excellent fatasy are all here. Really looking forward to the next installment. You are commenting using your Facebook account. Once he was able to prove said fact she promptly admitted her tricky ruse and he has since given up on trying to win.


He has at last envisioned a use for the ‘God-Stone,’ but the gods want vengeance and now seek to destroy everything he has built. An unholy bargain has been struck to bring him to heel and increasingly it seems that victory may not be worth the price, not if the cost is measured in the blood of his family. At Kobo, we try to ensure that published reviews do not contain rude or profane language, spoilers, or any of our reviewer’s personal information.

Will the world be worth saving if it costs him the very reasons he has for living in it?

Mordecai’s simple life as the son of a blacksmith is transformed by the discovery of his magical birthright. An unholy bargain has been struck to bring him to heel and increasingly it seems that victory may arcjmage be worth the price, not if the cost is measured in the blood of his family.

The characters are well written, I’m glad to see some of the secondary characters getting more depth this time around even if one or two of them get completely sidelined like the quasi-major plot-character James Lancaster, who was integral to the first two books and just seems to be a loose end to tie up in this one.