Colm Candorly has been recruited as a member of Thwodin’s Legions to become a rogue, and become a member of his own Dungeoneer party. Dungeoneers are people who enter dungeons looking for treasure to make themselves rich.
Colm comes from a poor family, so he’s excited for this opportunity. As Colm trains at the academy, he makes new friends as well as new enemies, who try to cheat in winning a test dungeon. He learns about all the dungeons and their dangers and how to protect himself. But little does he know that there is an enemy at hand, who will stop at nothing to get what he feels he deserves.
This book had a funny way of expressing humor, and the way Colm and his friends talked to each other made me laugh. I liked the idea that this academy could exist and that there were people we didn’t know about, such as mages and old-time warriors. It is like taking a video game and making it into a real world. The characters were likable and believable, even though they had magic. If you like magic and suspense, you will like this book!
|Author||John David Anderson|
|Page Count||448 pages|
|Publisher||Walden Pond Press|
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