Thursday, February 5, 2015

Ten Tales of Magic


MarksvilleandMe reviews Ten Tales of Magic
Edited by Rayne Hall


I usually don't read books about Magic but since I have liked other books Edited by Rayne Hall I thought I would give it go. Books about Magic still wouldn't be my first pick, but since I read just about anything it is only a matter of time before I would get to reading it either way.

Ten stories by ten different authors, stories of magic to appease just about any magic reading pallet.  Something for just about anyone. Obsession was my favorite followed by Barnabus. I found the stories all different and quite engaging.

You can watch the Book trailer below.


1. SYSTEM, MAGIC, SPIRIT by T.D. Edge 
Will Ambrose betray his magic system just to save an idiot prince? 

2. OBSESSION by Pamela Turner 
Some questions are best left unasked. 

3. LADY BARD by Cherie Reich 
A love song may be the only cure for a cursed prince. 

4. THE FINAL SPARK by CJ Burright 
She couldn't afford to fail again. 

5. ST JAKE OF THE FUNHOUSE by Douglas Kolacki 
For Edward, the 'saint' part was the scariest. 

6. BARNABAS by Jeff Hargett 
Sixty years, Barnabas has searched for his magic. Will he finally find it in Matilda’s Magic Shop? 

7. BY YOUR OWN FREE WILL by Rayne Hall 
What price would you pay to get your heart's desire? 

8. A MAGICAL MELODY by Ciara Ballintyne 
In a world where magic is in the music, Avram must settle the score before it's too late. 

9. BRAINS, *** OR MONEY? by Tara Maya 
What would you choose? 

10. THE WHITE RAVEN'S FEATHER by David D. Levine 
Ibude is a warm-weather wizard held hostage in a frozen land, but his troubles can still get worse. 

You can purchase Ten Tales of Magic on Amazon.

You can find out more about Rayne Hall on:
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