The Shrine of Avooblis

The Shrine of Avooblis All Dagdron wanted was to spend a solitary summer in Cliffmount far away from the Adventurers Academy But when a handful of surprise visitors show up he and Earl Valorington are sent running for the

  • Title: The Shrine of Avooblis
  • Author: Charles Streams
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 460
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • All Dagdron wanted was to spend a solitary summer in Cliffmount, far away from the Adventurers Academy But when a handful of surprise visitors show up, he and Earl Valorington are sent running for their lives During their travels, a quirky farmer enchanter gives them a magical sphere, which guides them to the Shrine of Avooblis, the home of an ancient wizard In exchangAll Dagdron wanted was to spend a solitary summer in Cliffmount, far away from the Adventurers Academy But when a handful of surprise visitors show up, he and Earl Valorington are sent running for their lives During their travels, a quirky farmer enchanter gives them a magical sphere, which guides them to the Shrine of Avooblis, the home of an ancient wizard In exchange for information about the Arches of Avooblis, Dagdron and Earl embark on a quest, but soon find that uncovering the past may unleash undesirable consequences for the future.

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    1. I am going to write just about the exact thing I did for book 1 in this series.It is a good fantasy adventure in the Harry Potter mold. Kids going to an adventurer's school and getting caught up in adventures while there.The characters are well developed and the story is definitely engaging.My biggest problem with the book is the editing. While it is not as bad as many books I have seen it could definitely use a good edit. There is 1 instance where the main character's name is spelled Dagdon ins [...]

    2. This book took forever to read because I didn't care about the outcome. They were dealing with dark magic and I didn't find that interesting. Dagdron seemed a little more headstrong and stupid than usual in this book, like he was rushing forward with no regard for the wisdom of others. Kids like that irritate me. Now I'm not sure if I'm going to bother with number 3.

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