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The Rogue Retrieval characters ↠ 7 ´ [Read] ➻ The Rogue Retrieval ➸ Dan Koboldt – In the tradition of Terry Brooks' Landover series Piers Anthony Xanth books and Terry Pratchett's Discword novels scientist and blogger Dan Koboldt weaves wonder humor and heart into his debut novel T In the tradition of Terry D by a powerful corporation He’s after an employee who has gone rogue and that’s the least of his problems Alissia has true magiciansand the penalty for impersonating one is death In a world where even a twelve year old could beat uinn in a swordfight it's only a matter of time until the tricks up his sleeves run out. Sometimes I read to experience something I have never read before and sometimes I read to enjoy the comfort of the familiar This book takes me back to the nostalgic enjoyment of the fantasy genre that made me fall in love with reading when I was young The inclusion of a Vegas magician with a dash of humor as the protagonist also gave it a little spice to meet my appetite for something a little different This was just a nice relaxing read with a fun premise I definitely plan on reading the next one and could see this making a nice movie one day Although there is a little bad language there are definitely some of my students who would enjoy this book

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In the tradition of Terry Brooks' Landover series Piers Anthony Xanth books and Terry Pratchett's Discword novels scientist and blogger Dan Koboldt weaves The Rogue PDF or wonder humor and heart into his debut novel The Rogue Retrieval Sleight of handin another landStage magician uinn Bradley has one dream to headline hi. I was lucky enough to get an ARC of this to read and devoured itThe Rogue Retrieval centers mostly around uinn Bradley a Vegas stage magician hoping to hit the big time From the very start uinn comes off as sharp on top of his game and perhaps ready for his big breakright up until his big break gets taken in exchange for an even bigger jobuinn will be part of a team sent to perform the titular Rouge Retrieval but you can bet that even well prepared well armed teams with the best money can buy are in for trouble once they hit the ground in a medieval world where magic is realHands down it's uinn's stage magician voice and insights that make the story work without himit would be any other fantasy novel but the least capable member of the team has all the right skills his other team members lackAnd he's going to need themThe thing that stands out to me is that after I read that last paragraph it left me with a smile This is clearly the start of a series with several characters and threads that won't be resolved in one sitting but that's ok since this is a world you won't mind visiting againeven if you know how the magic worksDon't come looking for dark life changing soul searing fiction here this is an adventure novel and you're going to get adventure whether you like it or not uinn is the sort of character who you want to see win or at least survive to run away another day Like Rincewind his legs are as good a solution as his magic and I always wondered what sly trick he had up his sleeveThe world they land in reminds me of a jaded version of Ankh Morpork in that adventure may be everywhere so long as you spell adventure death Everything and anything in this world can and does try to kill making this rogue retrieval less lark and keep moving and hope it eats someone elseLooking forward to book two

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The Rogue RetrievalS own show on the Vegas Strip And with talent scouts in the audience wowed by his latest performance he knows he’s about to make the big timeWhat he doesn’t expect is an offer to go on a uest to a place where magic is all too realThat's how he finds himself in Alissia a world connected to ours by a secret portal owne. A Las Vegas magician gets recruited to go on a covert mission into a medieval world and pretend to be a wizard in order to regain control after an operative goes rogue I mean if that doesn't make you want to read this book immediately then I can't help you