Review of Restriction: Age Of Magic (The Rise of Magic Book 1)

I just finished reading Restriction: Age Of Magic (The Rise of Magic Book 1) by CM Raymond, LE Barbant and Michael Anderle.πŸ“š Hannah is a teenager living in the city of New Arcadia. She tends for her sickly brother and lives with him under the roof of her alcoholic and abusive father. Her mother died some time ago, and she needs to earn money for the family. The only way to earn an income is by hustling in the city due to the restrictive laws of the city hero.

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Review of the Settling (The Memory Trader Book 3)

I just finished reading The Settling (The Memory Trader Book 3) by Angeline Trevena.πŸ“š This book is the last part of the Memory Trader series. It tells the story multiple years in the future. The main protagonist is Sula, a teenager who not yet know what she want’s to do with her political voice. The second person is the last vessel who managed to escape before finishing here education and is searching for her roots.

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Review of the Sister (The Memory Trader Book 2)

I just finished reading The Sister (The Memory Trader Book 2) by Angeline Trevena.πŸ“š The book connects after the first issue, and we follow the story of Kioto further. They still fight in the revolution to get fair treatment from the government. Compared with the first book, the character of Kioto has changed quite a lot. She now feels a lot angrier and also more undecided about what she wants to do.

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Review of The Smudger (The Memory Trader Book 1)

I just finished reading The Smudger (The Memory Trader Book 1) by Angeline Trevena.πŸ“š The story about our main protagonist Kioto. She is a memory trader – meaning she can extract memories from other peoples. Memory traders are not loved and are at the very bottom of society. She is continually searching for a way to survive. The book takes quite some time to start with the actual plot. And at the moment when it starts, it is already over again.

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Review of Helm

I finished reading Helm by Steve Gould.πŸ“š The book is a story about Leland Laal, the youngest of four sons. He is unlike his other brothers and more interested in knowledge instead of fighting. But he also likes to explore so at the beginning of the book he climbs the needle – a small mountain, six meters wide at the base. Unfortunately, it is prohibited to climb this mountain, and when his father finds out that he did this, he gets punished.

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