Hemlock and the Wizard Tower by B Throwsnaill

Hemlock and the Wizard Tower

By B Throwsnaill

  • Release Date: 2010-09-13
  • Genre: Fantasy
Score: 4
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Description

How is power gained, retained and exercised; and what happens to a power structure when a young girl with magical abilities hacks and slashes her way into the very core of its apparatus?

In a magical city that travels through multiple dimensions, a young girl named Hemlock has risen from being a lowly cutpurse to discovering that she is a powerful fighter. Under the guidance of an aging freedom fighter named Safreon, Hemlock battles to keep the peace in her run-down district, while across the City the upper class Elites enjoy peace, prosperity and freedom.

The Wizard Tower looms in the center of the City, casting a long shadow over its affairs. The Wizards rule behind the scenes, dictating and controlling the use of magic. Hemlock instinctively feels that the Wizards are her enemies, but Safreon will not discuss openly opposing them, as he seeks to methodically mentor Hemlock, and advance his own cryptic plans for the City.

Hemlock makes a decision to make a bold attack on the Wizard Tower alone, convinced that she can destroy or undo whatever method the Wizards are using to control and ration magic. As the novel opens, we join Hemlock just after she has infiltrated the Wizard Tower, learning what happens through a narrative interspersed with flashbacks to events leading up to the attack.

This is a complete, standalone story; but interested readers can continue to follow Hemlock's adventures in The Maker's Fire series. Hemlock and the Dead God's Legacy (Book II) and Hemlock and the Dread Sorceress (Book III) are both available now!

Reviews

  • Brilliant

    5
    By Ninja_kat
    Fantastic read! Well written and really makes you rethink some views on power and authority. Really enjoyed the ride and look forward to finishing the series.
  • Really good

    5
    By Lunamoonraindresscloak
    Very well written, interesting topic, and complex characters. Excellent book. I strongly recommend that you read it. And it's free! Unlike the sequel... :(

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