Tuesday, September 1, 2020

Murder in Wizard's Wood by Michael J. Allen BOOK REVIEW

Fey both beautiful and vicious hide in the Georgia backwoods, guarded by four-hundred-year-old peanut farmer, bootlegger, and wizard Jedediah Shine. 

Protecting humanity and the fey from one another is normally child's play compared to teaching magic to his new foster daughter and a Cherry Coke addicted dragonling, parenting an out-of-control half-elven teen sorceress or keeping his jealous elven ex-lover away from his new girlfriend. 

Jedediah’s delicate balancing act is thrown into turmoil when rebellious, young centaurs launch a genocidal war against humanity from within his borders. At the same time, a vengeful mercenary company lays a trail of suspicious murders directly to Jedediah’s door. Unwitting pawns to a deeper menace, both serve a centuries-long plot to steal magic’s deepest secret. 

The bloody conflict thrusts Jedediah’s family into Death's reach. As the body bag count rises and law enforcement closes in, Jedediah is forced to make desperate choices to protect his loved ones and magic itself by stopping the murders in his wood.

Hello, readers!

I received "Murder in Wizard's Wood" be Michael J. Allen to review on my blog!

This was quite an interesting fantasy story! 

The story is about a 400 plus year old farmer named Jedediah that happens to be a wizard. He has a  50 year old daughter that is half wizard,half elf. She doesn't fit in with the other elves. Jedediah's farm is considered a safe haven for individuals to stay.  He protect others from the outsiders trying to get in. He only allows tokens or passes to individuals that are allowed there. No troublemakers!

There is a group of mean individuals that want to accuse him of murder. They want him to go to jail,so they can take over his sacred land.

I quite enjoyed this book. It was filled with fun and likeable characters.

A great book for fantasy fans!

I highly recommend it!

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Disclaimer: I received one or more of the products or services mentioned above for free in the hope that I would mention it on my blog. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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