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Aurian (Artefacts of Power, #1) To the city of Nexis, where Magefolk rule uneasily over a race of mortals, a young girl named Aurian comes to learn the magic arts. Her dormant powers are coveted by the corrupt Archmage, who intends to possess her. When she rejects him for a mortal, the enraged Archmage plans his revenge. New Read eBook Aurian (Artefacts of Power, #1) author Maggie Furey – wildweaves.co.uk

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  1. Wowjust wow It may be slow in the beginning but this is full of adventure, heart ache, and love

  2. Sounds like any number of fantasy books out there Aurian had the potential to be another boring A typical book in the Fantasy genre Before rereading this book, I had wondered how come this book had stuck in my mind for so long after reading it probably about six years ago I was fairly young and thought maybe the impression was left from the inexperienced mind of a young reader However, Furey has created one of the best epic fantasy books I have read Taking the same old tale and turning it i Sounds like any number of fantasy books out there Aurian had the potential to be another boring A typical book in the Fantasy genre Before rereading this book, I had wondered how come this book had stuck in my mind for so long after reading it probably about six years ago I was fairly young and thought maybe the impression was left from the inexperienced mind of a young reader However, Furey has created one of the best epic fantasy books I have read Taking the same old tale and turning it into a refreshing new story One of my favorite things about Aurian is all of the subplots that work themselves into the main idea They all fit together somehow and it s fun to see each one pull together and shape the story The twist on fairies is really fun, and the history of the world is unique to see from different cultures Especially once the reader is given the real facts Every time you getinformation on the world,...

  3. I have had Aurian by Maggie Furey sitting on my shelves since 2004 I know this because I pulled the receipt out of the book It took me seven years to pick it up and seven days to finish it Oh, the humanity.I haven t been in the mood for High Fantasy for a long time having converted to Urban Fantasy for the past few years For those out of the loop, High fantasy has chicks with chain mail, or robes, and Dragons on the covers Urban Fantasy leanstowards leather and midriffs, and guns, I have had Aurian by Maggie Furey sitting on my shelves since 2004 I know this because I pulled the receipt out of the book It took me seven years to pick it up and seven days to finish it Oh, the humanity.I haven t been in the mood for High Fantasy for a long time having converted to Urban Fantasy for the past few years For those out of the loop, High fantasy has chicks with chain mail, or robes, and Dragons on the covers Urban Fantasy leanstowards leather and midriffs, and guns, or swords swinging in the city insert Joe Walsh here But I run on Urban Fantasy has been rocking my book world for a while now, so what made me pick this up Simple, it s one of the 50 blue goal books for the year In reading Aurian I am transported back to books I used to readfrequently, perhaps way back in 2004 I grew up wielding fake swords and spouting made up names while wearing a cape Surprise anyone Unlike...

  4. When my sister in law, Felicia, first recommended this to me, I was a little hesitant I ve read a lot of fantasy, and even though there are a lot of authors I haven t read, I m pretty well versed in fantasy And I d never heard of this book, or the author I figured if it was good, I would have heard of it.But it was good Excellent, in fact and here I sit, trying to figure out why this book isn twell known I would put Maggie Furey on par with some of my favorite fantasy authors Robin When my sister in law, Felicia, first recommended this to me, I was a little hesitant I ve read a lot of fantasy, and even though there are a lot of authors I haven t read, I m pretty well versed in fantasy And I d never heard of this book, or the author I figured if it was good, I would have heard of it.But it was good Excellent, in fact and here I sit, trying to figure out why this book isn twell known I would put Maggie Furey on par with some of my favorite fantasy authors Robin Hobb, Lynn Flewelling, Katharine Kerr, George R.R Martin okay, maybe not quite at Martin s magnificent level The writing was solid even though it s a fairly long book, there was not one spot where I felt like it was dragging It jumped from one point of view to the next, barely giving me time to catch my breath before I was plunged into another action packed scene.Bu...

  5. Here s another fantasy I read many moons ago, so I can t speak to quality aside from nostalgic value But I really liked it at the time enough that I tucked it into the keeper box, regardless of not having any other books in the series I m not sure why I didn t finish the saga I distinctly recall researching at the library to jot down titles because who needs study hall to work on term papers Bite me, Crime Punishment , but for some reason they never materialized Since I was a teen Here s another fantasy I read many moons ago, so I can t speak to quality aside from nostalgic value But I really liked it at the time enough that I tucked it into the keeper box, regardless of not having any other books in the series I m not sure why I didn t finish the saga I distinctly recall researching at the library to jot down titles because who needs study hall to work on term papers Bite me, Crime Punishment , but for some reason they never materialized Since I was a teenager, it s likely there were cash flow issues P As for specifics, who knows The cheesy, eye catching cover caught my attention on a huge wall of paperbacks, I remember an angsty romance between the young heroine the middle age badass who was her guardian turned lover I also...

  6. I first read this book at fourteen and was convinced then that it was the greatest fantasy book ever written It hits every tropey fantasy pleasure talking cats, a magical centre of learning, gladiator arenas, mysterious dragons, winged people, sword training, multiple love stories and mixes them all into a fantasy cocktail shaker formed of the standard quest for artefacts to save destroy the world The main villain is as cacklingly melodramatic as you d expect he could work through The E I first read this book at fourteen and was convinced then that it was the greatest fantasy book ever written It hits every tropey fantasy pleasure talking cats, a magical centre of learning, gladiator arenas, mysterious dragons, winged people, sword training, multiple love stories and mixes them all into a fantasy cocktail shaker formed of the standard quest for artefacts to save destroy the world The main villain is as cacklingly melodramatic as you d expect he could work through The Evil Overlord s List ...

  7. Ok, I m DNFing Aurianit s bad and reading about women hating on each other so easily while being so indulgent towards men is painful to read I know this was written in the 90s but really, I can t force myself reading further than 250 pages that were already painful.The villains I ve seen to far are so over the top evil and bad it s laughable and also painful to read It actually made me cringethan once This book has been laying on my TBR pile forever and as many others recently, I f Ok, I m DNFing Aurianit s bad and reading about women hating on each other so easily while being so indulgent towards men is painful to read I know this was written in the 90s but really, I can t force myself reading further than 250 pages that were already painful.The villains I ve seen to far are so over the top evil and bad it s laughable and also painful to read It actually made me cringethan once This book has been laying on my TBR pile forever and as many others recently, I feel disappointed with fantasy It s difficult to find a good series these days, either new or older and it s frustrating because when it s well done, it s my favorite genre Being formulatic in itself, I don t mind tropes and a good classic fantasy story when it s well done but it can be over the top and really bad quickly Which I think is the case with Aurian.The characters are badly written, over the top, one dimensional, whereas the setting could h...

  8. Before Harry Potter, there was this series featuring a young wizard who is brought to a magical school to realize her potential The biggest difference between Aurian Harry Potter in Aurian s case, the greatest evil in her land just happens to be the headmaster of the school So basically, this series would be like if Hogwarts was run by Voldemort Overall, Aurian was a great read Aurian is a very compelling heroine, and her enemies are deliciously evil However, the book does su Before Harry Potter, there was this series featuring a young wizard who is brought to a magical school to realize her potential The biggest difference between Aurian Harry Potter in Aurian s case, the greatest evil in her land just happens to be the headmaster of the school So basically, this series would be like if Hogwarts was run by Voldemort Overall, Aurian was a great read...

  9. This was a fun book to read and a very good start to a series Definitely has a feel of 90 s fantasy novels to it sort of Aurian and her merry band of friends out to save the world.It isn t all 4 friends cheering about friendship and plans in a tavern with tankards of ale though there is some of that , there are darker elements to the story, but the story does progress at a good clip and it doesn t feel as dark and gritty as a lot ofrecent fantasy I suppose there are good and bad side This was a fun book to read and a very good start to a series Definitely has a feel of 90 s fantasy novels to it sort of Aurian and her merry band of friends out to save the world.It isn t all 4 friends cheering about friendship and plans in a tavern with tankards of ale though there is some of that , there are darker elements to the story, but the story does progress at a good clip and it doesn t feel as dark and gritty as a lot ofrecent fantasy I suppose there are good and bad sides to this, and...

  10. I only finished this book because I wanted to see how bad it could get I do not understand how this got published The last 50 100 pages seemed to be an endless loop of the heroine and her lover arguing and then getting depressed And the...

  11. One of my first steps into the realm of fantasy, Maggie Furey s Aurian is a book filled with dynamic characters woven around a plot riddled with magic and intrigue I recommend Aurian to anyone with a fondness for fantasy.

  12. My mum introduced me to this series years ago and I read it probably four times in two years Very addictive, fantastic characters, loved every second Unique ideas but enough common fantasy elements wizards, dragons, etc to keep it within the ideals of lovers of the fantasy genre.