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The Amazing Series continues! A war of magic and arms is being fought to the East, while young Anders Brolly attempts to learn what he can of the arcane arts, in order to resist the ancient menace which plagues his home, and perhaps the entire world.Farad Ibn Istel, the historian from an ancient time, trapped in the boy's mind, blended with him by an evil man in order to s The Amazing Series continues! A war of magic and arms is being fought to the East, while young Anders Brolly attempts to learn what he can of the arcane arts, in order to resist the ancient menace which plagues his home, and perhaps the entire world.Farad Ibn Istel, the historian from an ancient time, trapped in the boy's mind, blended with him by an evil man in order to save the child's life, seeks to aid the child, as best he can in these endeavors. A task which is often difficult and at times horrifying for a gentle soul such as he. Sent to the front lines of the war, on a mission of magic, they must work together to survive. Nothing is assured. Don't miss this exciting continuation of this highly beloved series!*Book one in this series is:Crystals of Memory: Book One, FletcherAvailable now, right here on Amazon.com


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The Amazing Series continues! A war of magic and arms is being fought to the East, while young Anders Brolly attempts to learn what he can of the arcane arts, in order to resist the ancient menace which plagues his home, and perhaps the entire world.Farad Ibn Istel, the historian from an ancient time, trapped in the boy's mind, blended with him by an evil man in order to s The Amazing Series continues! A war of magic and arms is being fought to the East, while young Anders Brolly attempts to learn what he can of the arcane arts, in order to resist the ancient menace which plagues his home, and perhaps the entire world.Farad Ibn Istel, the historian from an ancient time, trapped in the boy's mind, blended with him by an evil man in order to save the child's life, seeks to aid the child, as best he can in these endeavors. A task which is often difficult and at times horrifying for a gentle soul such as he. Sent to the front lines of the war, on a mission of magic, they must work together to survive. Nothing is assured. Don't miss this exciting continuation of this highly beloved series!*Book one in this series is:Crystals of Memory: Book One, FletcherAvailable now, right here on Amazon.com

30 review for War Bow

  1. 4 out of 5

    Steven Naylor

    Rating 4.0 stars Not sure what to say with this review. It is a very typical P.S. Powers story. Things from the last book continue in this book. There is a lot of incongruity as always. Anders is a young boy of only 12 and yet has vast magical ability. He is both a nobody (being a bastard son of the prince and not having much if any standing) and a somebody (being that he has more magical ability than anyone else has seen). There is also things that happen that nobody know how to deal with. Ande Rating 4.0 stars Not sure what to say with this review. It is a very typical P.S. Powers story. Things from the last book continue in this book. There is a lot of incongruity as always. Anders is a young boy of only 12 and yet has vast magical ability. He is both a nobody (being a bastard son of the prince and not having much if any standing) and a somebody (being that he has more magical ability than anyone else has seen). There is also things that happen that nobody know how to deal with. Anders uses his magical talent help other people, usually at their suggestion. Then after the work is done they wonder about payment for such things, which Anders knows nothing about. He can't just give away his services because that would affront their honor, but they also can't afford to pay him what the service is really worth. This happens over and over again. This is again a theme that I have found in almost all of this authors stories. It is usually interesting for a while and then gets a little annoying after a while. If the people can't afford for something to be done, don't ask for it. I thought this was only a 2 book series but there is another book out already. I will go ahead and pick it up. I will need a break from P.S Powers for a while after this though.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Marcia

    The beginning of a magicians world This is the second book in the series of young Anders. A boy on the cusp of becoming a man, with a spirit and knowledge of an ancient historian sharing space with his own body. The two merge more in this book as they grow in magical knowledge and everyday experience. Plenty of magic, fighting, and intrigue make the story flow smoothly and kept me captivated throughout. I would suggest aged 12 and over as it does touch of the subject of intimacy without going int The beginning of a magicians world This is the second book in the series of young Anders. A boy on the cusp of becoming a man, with a spirit and knowledge of an ancient historian sharing space with his own body. The two merge more in this book as they grow in magical knowledge and everyday experience. Plenty of magic, fighting, and intrigue make the story flow smoothly and kept me captivated throughout. I would suggest aged 12 and over as it does touch of the subject of intimacy without going into any graphic details, but it's part of his life and more true to what his life would be like so it just adds to the world. Now I'm hoping I won't have to wait a very long time for the next in the series! Mr Powers likes to jump around his different stories to keep his mind from getting stuck in one series I think :) so it's fine if I have to wait. I enjoy all his books so whatever comes next will be a treat!

  3. 5 out of 5

    Queen Suga

    Great addition to the series It’s been a while since the first book so I wasn’t sure if this would flow in my memory the same but it! We pick up a few weeks after Anders fight in the last book with him at the castle. The book focused mainly on court intrigue with fighting at the end. Anders has gotten pretty good at this magic and we get to see him use it more for healing and crafting. Things take a slightly dark turn mentally for him at the end but we end on a good note with the promise of more Great addition to the series It’s been a while since the first book so I wasn’t sure if this would flow in my memory the same but it! We pick up a few weeks after Anders fight in the last book with him at the castle. The book focused mainly on court intrigue with fighting at the end. Anders has gotten pretty good at this magic and we get to see him use it more for healing and crafting. Things take a slightly dark turn mentally for him at the end but we end on a good note with the promise of more intrigue in a new land far away!

  4. 4 out of 5

    William H Merlin

    A fantastic sequel A very readable and enjoyable book. Young Anders was near death in the first book of this series, having contracted a deadly disease when he was treated with a memory crystal containing a thousand year old historian/mage who help him to heal but at the cost of having a rider inside his young mind. A benevolent rider intent on helping Anders. Book two picks up with Andrea continuing his education as a powerful mage and an asset to the kingdom. Full of intrigue adventure and a des A fantastic sequel A very readable and enjoyable book. Young Anders was near death in the first book of this series, having contracted a deadly disease when he was treated with a memory crystal containing a thousand year old historian/mage who help him to heal but at the cost of having a rider inside his young mind. A benevolent rider intent on helping Anders. Book two picks up with Andrea continuing his education as a powerful mage and an asset to the kingdom. Full of intrigue adventure and a descent plot. Read and enjoy, I sure did.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Michael w Hall

    Great second tale!!! Anders doing what he does best....ignoring social questions and making all around him feel awkward, lol. I loved his internal dialogue quarreling with himself on the monstrous acts he’s being forced to complete for the safety of those he loves. I really don’t want to se him turn into a shell of himself but I do want to see him ascend into greatness. I’ll be tuning in for book 3

  6. 4 out of 5

    Ed And

    Anders grows up and in doing so learns many things. Our hero is sent to the front of the war and becomes more than just a boy with the memories of a man more than 1000'years dead. They become more than just a boy/man and in doing deeds more heroic learns to help with those around him. Of course there is much more, and I wonder if there might be a book or two more of this story line. Who knows???? Anders grows up and in doing so learns many things. Our hero is sent to the front of the war and becomes more than just a boy with the memories of a man more than 1000'years dead. They become more than just a boy/man and in doing deeds more heroic learns to help with those around him. Of course there is much more, and I wonder if there might be a book or two more of this story line. Who knows????

  7. 4 out of 5

    gordon musgrave

    Not as good Well I made it through the first book thought I would try the second it was ok but very slow!! The writer has a trend that makes all of his character seem the same.All are I'm Not Worthy type!! It gets old fast!! Not as good Well I made it through the first book thought I would try the second it was ok but very slow!! The writer has a trend that makes all of his character seem the same.All are I'm Not Worthy type!! It gets old fast!!

  8. 5 out of 5

    Dean Agnew

    Worth the waiit Sally authors are forced at times to think business and drop stories that don't attract enough readers. I am glad Andres and his world didn't suffer that fate and our world will be enriched by his tales. Worth the waiit Sally authors are forced at times to think business and drop stories that don't attract enough readers. I am glad Andres and his world didn't suffer that fate and our world will be enriched by his tales.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Kate

    Loved this continuation of a good series! This has a really good story of the mc going to the war front. And back. The society is tough and he has to be , too.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Mike Goodman

    Awesome as Always This story of a young man who gets a old man to share his mind was a very entertaining fast paced action packed story that I really enjoyed reading.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Mr John

    War bow Really enjoying this series excellent book 2 in series, can't wait for the next instalment of the story thanks for the read War bow Really enjoying this series excellent book 2 in series, can't wait for the next instalment of the story thanks for the read

  12. 4 out of 5

    Clint Estep

    Great I have truly enjoyed reading about Anders Brolly. The characters merging into one is a nice touch.On to the next book.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Jeff

    Not quite as good... It was not quite as good as the first book in the series, but it was still an excellent book! Looking forward to the next book.

  14. 5 out of 5

    TERRY DRISCOLL

    Well written always moving along with action sometimes hard to keep up . Doesn't seem to effect the side range of characters not sure if any further twists .and turns are capable. Well written always moving along with action sometimes hard to keep up . Doesn't seem to effect the side range of characters not sure if any further twists .and turns are capable.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Grant Merrifield

    A good book 2 I look forward to reading book three or four I like the storyline and it's very interesting I would read this onPatron as well. A good book 2 I look forward to reading book three or four I like the storyline and it's very interesting I would read this onPatron as well.

  16. 5 out of 5

    David A. Obmann

  17. 5 out of 5

    Richard Naff

  18. 4 out of 5

    Trez

  19. 5 out of 5

    Bill Foltermann

  20. 4 out of 5

    william brown

  21. 4 out of 5

    clifford c fay

  22. 4 out of 5

    Ross Fuller

  23. 5 out of 5

    Gary Burkey

  24. 4 out of 5

    James Vail

  25. 4 out of 5

    Mark V. De Leon

  26. 4 out of 5

    Vernon Goodrich

  27. 5 out of 5

    Mark McGeown

  28. 4 out of 5

    Gwendolyn Buyl

  29. 4 out of 5

    Randy Brown

  30. 5 out of 5

    Artur Serra-Salvat

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