Jan 01, 2005 · Innocent Mage was realistic, practical, and charming. The characters were human, whether Olken or Doranen, each had human struggles. Despite the title, magic played a small role compared to the conflicting emotions of the characters.
The Innocent Mage is a 640-page book in which very little happens. The first several hundred pages are primarily devoted to character development, building the world in which events will eventually happen.
Author: Karen Miller
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The Innocent Mage is the first book in the Kingmaker, Kingbreaker fantasy series written by Australian author Karen Miller.. Plot introduction . Asher of Restharven wishes to own his own boat so that he may get away from his six brothers and spend time with his father.
Karen Miller was born in Vancouver, Canada. Her parents moved the family to Australia when she was 2. She received a B. A. in communications from the Sydney Institute of Technology and a Master’s degree in children’s literature from Macquarie University. In 2005, her first novel, The Innocent Mage…
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“The Innocent Mage is come, and we stand at the beginning of the end of everything.” Being a fisherman like his father isn’t a bad life, but it’s not the one that Asher wants. Despite his …
The Innocent Mage will save Lur from destruction and members of The Circle have dedicated themselves to preserving Olken magic until this day arrives. This is a very good book the only downside was the ending of it which i found to be a bit of a cliche (I await the awakend mage in earnest)