A Mage's Power

A Mage s Power I am the Trickster Tasio and I am here to help you Due to help from a mischievous trickster Eric is stranded in a world where monsters and magic are as common as homework and hotdogs While he struggl

  • Title: A Mage's Power
  • Author: BrianWilkerson
  • ISBN: 9780988306608
  • Page: 119
  • Format: ebook
  • I am the Trickster Tasio and I am here to help you Due to help from a mischievous trickster, Eric is stranded in a world where monsters and magic are as common as homework and hotdogs While he struggles to adjust he recieves an offer that will set the course of his life a job in a mercenary guild Between training and missions he s unaware of the forces at work in hi I am the Trickster Tasio and I am here to help you Due to help from a mischievous trickster, Eric is stranded in a world where monsters and magic are as common as homework and hotdogs While he struggles to adjust he recieves an offer that will set the course of his life a job in a mercenary guild Between training and missions he s unaware of the forces at work in his life All of them have a stake in his quest to acquire A Mage s Power A Mage s Power is the debut novel for Brian Wilkerson The third edition was published in August 2013.

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    1. The plot of A Mage's Power involves a young man named Eric, a down-on-his-luck loser that just sucks at life and everything goes wrong for him. His life takes an “interesting” turn when he’s met by Tasio – a Trickster from the Fantasy world of Tariatla (think of him as the equivalent of Loki from Norse Mythology – or even the Thor comics). Deciding to take it upon himself to “help” Eric, he sends him to the world of Tariatla.Now, the first thing that struck me is that the world of [...]

    2. BOOK REVIEW COURTESY OF KMJ BOOK REVEALSHey ya'll,So as always I promise to tell the truth in my reviews of books that I receive. And the Looming Chaos series really wasn't my cup of tea. I initially did a review of this series and I deleted it shortly after so that I could reread this story along with the second installment to see if it would appeal to me more—It did not.I believe that both of Wilkerson's novels are truly imaginative! They really immerse you into the fictional world of Tariat [...]

    3. An apparent underdog, twenty-one-year-old Eric Watley hates his life. His boss maybe despises him. The girl he likes, of course, likes someone else. His only friend is a moocher of a neighbor. He's got no social life to speak of - until the day he asks for help to right a report.His life is suddenly thrown out of balance when he meets Tasio, a Trickster, who transports him into another world where ancient magecraft meets modern headphones and soda - Wait, what?Brian Wilkerson's "A Mage's Power" [...]

    4. This review is for the newly updated and professionally edited version of A MAGE'S POWER.I had a little trouble getting through the first few chapters, but once I hit Chapter 3 things started to pick up, and I got fairly absorbed in the world. I really liked the world-building Brian put into A MAGE'S POWER. The rules made sense within the confines of the universe, the magic system was unique, and I loved the characters and the various challenges they faced. Not to mention the camaraderie. "All o [...]

    5. I enjoyed this story and am looking forward to reading the next book. Unlike most series, this book does not leave you with a cliffhanger.There is all the background story you need and you clearly understand everything that happens by the end.It was enjoyable to read about Eric and Tasio (the trickster). Eric is at a dead end and needs some serious help. Tasio has waited for Eric to ask for help and is overjoyed when Eric finally asks. Eric doesn't realize what he just asked for. The next thing [...]

    6. While the writing is a little rough around the edges and I occasionally got mixed up with some of the characters, the 'world' and plot are both very interesting, and well worth the read.A 'loser' is taken from the 'real world' and transplanted into a teenage body in a world where magic is common. Most of the characters are typical D&D-type characters - mages, fighters, clerics, etc. This is by no means Forgotten Realms - the world is totally different.I put the book away a few times while re [...]

    7. The powers waging in Eric’s life have a claim on his mission to obtain A Mage's Power. Scary creatures and enchantment are the norm in the realm where he is stuck, and it’s the doing of a sneaky trickster. Erik is so busy with assignments and preparation that he isn’t even aware of the forces at work all around him. The influences have a prerogative and they won't rest until they acquire ‘A Mage's Power’. This is a fun story with a combination of make-believe and reality escapades. Lac [...]

    8. A fabulous YA fantasy adventure! Wilkerson masterfully combines threads reminiscent of Manga/ Anime hits Naruto, Fairy Tail, with bits of Bleach tossed in for fun.Read full review in the 2014 March issue of InD’tale Magazine.

    9. I don't think this book was as much a bad one as it was wrong one. This book is quite unapologetic level-up story in a world that seems to be built giving homage to Japanese spin of Western fantasy stories. It's not really for me, but I could see that at one time, it could have been.

    10. Great book, can't wait for book 2! Basically about a "wimp" who asks for help, and gets more than he could wish for! Lots of things going on with good character development.

    11. This is yet another new(ish) genre for me, I’ve never read the fantasy world of Dungeons & Dragons or anime & others similar to this, I have however read Lord of the Rings albeit, a long time ago and A Mage’s Power took me to another level as I wandered through a minefield of magic, wizardry and fantasy creatures. However; it doesn’t start off within the fantasy element but in this world which is reminiscent of The Never Ending Story just without the book to ‘escape into’. We f [...]

    12. I first read this book the year it was first published. Or rather I tried to read it, I couldn't find it interesting enough and dropped it at about a quarter. I rated it 1 (I rarely rate books so low) and forgot about it. Here is the thing: I'm a regular visitor of TVTropes. I can get lost for hours exploring all the various tropes. And time and time again this book showed up in several tropes I like. I then checked on , and the majority of the reviews rate it as good/great. Deciding I must have [...]

    13. So A Mage’s Power follows the life of Eric, a twenty something drone worker who it at the end of his abilities, he is having issues with a next door neighbor, with a boss, with life in general. With one more chance to prove himself or lose everything he asks for help. Who comes to his aid, yes, none other than Tasio a trickster. In this book think imp figure that has the power to do wonderful things. You will learn more about him later.The land that Eric is transported to is medieval as well a [...]

    14. A strong debutBrian Wilkerson requested that I read this work for an honest review.A Mage’s Power begin a little confusing for me as the main character is drug along through a maze of blurring situations, thanks to Tasio, the trickster. However, once Mr. Wilkerson got past the folly’s of Tasio attempting to trip up our hero and entered into a more fantastical world where such things could be more believed, the story really started for me. It was simply getting past that first initial chapter [...]

    15. This was a great YA read about a wimpy guy who got stuck into a real-life RPG world. I didn't think I would like it that much at first, but I quickly got attached to the main character and loved how the action never stopped and how Eric overcame all the challenges set in his path. It was enjoyable to read and escape from everyday reality, and it kept me turning pages. The end was just as fun and rewarding. It's a pretty clean book -- very little swearing and only a few allusions to sex, and the [...]

    16. The author Brian Wilkerson did an excellent job in bringing you into a world that is similar to ours so we could relate but different enough to feel like your in a fantasy world. The book was filled with spell casting, intrigue, subplots and adventures. Peppered with humor the main characters were believable. I look forward to reading more of his books.

    17. Tasio was most annoying. He pissed me off before I got 4 pages into the story. It may have been wonderful 3 pages later, but I am not interested in pursuing it.I am sure there are others that like this character, and I wish the author well.

    18. Leaving this as a DNF for now. couldnt get into it, the start was just way to weird.

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