The Scholar - JJ Anders

The Scholar

By JJ Anders

  • Release Date: 2017-11-21
  • Genre: Fantasy
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 96 Ratings

Description

Time is running out for the world of Genoa and its magical peoples. A wizard’s past mistake must now be set right if Genoa is to survive the battle that is to come. 

Anna is clearly different from others. With obvious physical differences and powerful abilities, she’s never quite fit in… anywhere. Having no knowledge of her parents, she sets out to discover her true origin. On the run for most of her life, she’s become a master at eluding capture, even a little cocky you might say. When a sticky situation forces her hand, she hitches a ride with a wizard, who whisks her away to another world, where, according to him, she’d been exiled from as a child. This new magical place seems oddly familiar as Anna discovers powerful enemies and treasured allies on her quest for answers. The dangerous journey thrust her headlong into the arms of Kriston, who finds himself caught between sworn-duty and insatiable curiosity.

Reviews

  • Fantastic fantasy for all ages.

    5
    By Twinny Jojo
    What a great fantasy book for the whole family.
  • Amazing book

    5
    By Moonshine342
    Just started the series and can’t wait to read the rest!
  • Doesn’t get moving

    2
    By Dweber01
    I read the first book and thought it was interesting if a little simple. The set up to the story was excellent but trailed rapidly. I’ve made it through the second book and it remains simplistic. You never really care about any character. Time to move on.
  • Eh...

    2
    By SomeoneOutHere
    Needs an editor. I’m hoping this free version isn’t the same one that has been or will be sold for money. Often confusing, missing words, odd tense forms... leaves me wondering who really wrote this.
  • Loved it!

    5
    By Cali Jewel
    Extremely exciting and magical new world filled with danger and mystery, this is an emotionally thrilling, action packed and intriguing adventure. Anna is not what she appears to be (your average teenage girl). She is so much more and most assuredly not of this world. In her search for answers to who she really is she comes across some very intriguing and exciting charters and travels to a magical world called Genoa (which she is told is her true home). Loved every heart pounding, thought provoking twist and turn.

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