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Bradshaw writes a compelling story about forming special bonds

not only with others but also with the self.

 

Delve into Robert Bradshaw’s The Wizard’s Diary -- a wonderful fantasy of pure love and magic -- and discover how Aargh humbly turns from a ‘Spire Historian and Keeper of General Generations’ to ‘Novice, Student of the World, and Keeper of the Precious Child’. 

 

Becoming an adult is definitely hard but going back to the ways of a child can make a huge difference, especially in self-actualization. . . Aside from the plot and the morals, the characters are equally well-written. Some are funny and likable; some are dark and deceptive, but all of them have amazing development.

 

Risah Salazar

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The plot was so remarkable that it made me tear up when

I realized I was, slowly but surely, about to reach the end.

 

The Wizard’s Diary by Robert J. Bradshaw is an engrossing and heartwarming story. I couldn’t help but feel attached to some characters in particular as I read, especially Wrudge, who holds a special place in my heart. The rat familiar did everything to help his best friend, Aarghlathlain. The bravery that they both showed in the face of peril is truly admirable and it moved me.

 

The plot was so remarkable that it made me tear up when I realized I was, slowly but surely, about to reach the end. At that point, I couldn’t help but feel curious about what happens next to Aarghathlain, the greatest wizard of the age. The Wizard's Diary is a book I thoroughly enjoyed reading!

Trisha Dawn

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Aargh’s adventure was so full of surprising twists that the

story became innovative and unpredictable at every turn.

 

I loved the humor author Robert J. Bradshaw incorporated while describing Aargh and Wrudge’s numerous escapades. . .As the story progressed, Bradshaw gradually revealed the backstories that shaped the characters’ decisions and, ultimately, the outcome. . .With a plot full of love, trust, betrayal, death, and new beginnings, The Wizard’s Diary is a refreshing and unique fantasy tale.

Shrabastee Chakraborty

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Bradshaw weaves an absorbing young adult fantasy yarn that sparks with an adventurous spirit...

 

If you're a fan of movies such as Pirates of the Caribbean, you're going to love The Sword Guildebrande. Author Robert J. Bradshaw weaves an absorbing young adult fantasy yarn that sparks with an adventurous spirit, making it a blast to read. The plot moves quickly, taking unexpected twists and turns that keep you thoroughly engaged. The characters are vividly described and full of life. Their colorful personalities burst from the pages and keep you entertained until the end. Aargh, Holly-Mine, and Bram were my favorite characters from the bunch. Despite being the second installment of The Wizard's Diary Series, The Sword Guildebrande also functions as a standalone novel. I would highly recommend it to young adult fantasy lovers.

 

Pikasho Deka