The Wizard Killer - Season One by Adam Dreece
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
The author mentioned in his preface that he was influenced heavily from the serialized format of his enormous comics collection and decided to have fun here.
It's obvious that he had a lot of fun, too, because each tiny chapter propels all the action forward in what might look like one long book of nothing but action with tiny sequences of dialogue that was just another pretext for more action.
And far from complaining, this was a light action read with magic that keeps flipping itself on and off in really cool ways that make the battles fun and dangerous and chaotic. Post-apocalyptic in nature and setting, with western-type elements of the Hero's Journey, our MC is without memory or home, in mortal danger.
This is a real crowd-pleaser, a popcorn adventure, and a fast-paced romp through death and discovery with only gentle inclusions of world-building.
The point is to have fun, and this is accomplished in spades. :)
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