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Reviews of Myrddin’s Heir

  • I have now read three books from the wonderful Myrddin’s Heir series and I am struck with a persistent speculation. J.K. Rowling had to submit her early Harry Potter MS to a significant number of publishers, enduring rejection after rejection, until Bloomsbury finally took a chance on her. I don’t know if Chambers has searched for a publisher with the

    Another winner in a great series
    Brian O'Hare, Author of 'The Doom Murders', 'The 11.05 Murders' and 'The Coven Murders' (http://amzn.to/2lJRxAR)
  • Author, Robin Chambers, has crafted a series of Fantasy/YA books that tell fascinating tales. I was hooked from the first page of Book 1, Wizard of Dreams and found Book 2, Amazing Grace equally riveting. Amazing Grace, picks up where the first book left off, with an extraordinarily gifted child, Gordon entering a new school. This book explores and expands

    I’m hooked!
    Jan Sikes, Author of 'The Convict and the Rose', 'Flowers and Stone', 'Home at Last' and ''Til Death Us Do Part'
  • This tale is told with a perspective I would have never considered. At first I was a little surprised to find the tale told when Gordon was just a small baby, but as the time passed, an exquisite tale began to unfold that has the power to capture both the young and adult reader. Gordon's unique view of the world

    An Imaginary Friend with a Twist
    Cheryl Matthynssens, Author of THE BLUE DRAGON'S GEAS series, and other dragon-related books! (http://amzn.to/29aBVAn)
  • A Wizard of Dreams is a delightful book. It tells the story of young Gordon Bennett and his invisible friend, Zack, as they travel to different worlds, learning important lessons along the way. Gordon, it turns out, is a special boy, with special powers who is destined for great things. I love the dynamic between Gordon and Zack. In many

    Delightful story, thoroughly British. Left me feeling a wee bit smarter
    Benedict Martin, Author of CHARLIE ROBOT, PLANET PURGATORY, and FINDING DEMONS (http://amzn.to/29do937)
  • I was yet again going to bemoan the niggardly vagaries of the five-star system... However, this is a definite 5 star read as the only real solid reason for NOT going to 5 stars would have been because I have no children (even grown up ones) to share the first of this lovely fantasy series with. If I had, then

    Gordon Bennett – he’s a corker!
    Jan Hawke, Author of MILELE SAFARI, and DREAMLESS ROADS (http://amzn.to/29oiw0y)
  • A WIZARD OF DREAMS (MYRDDIN’S HEIR, BOOK 1) refuses to bow to many tropes of fantasy or YA fiction, and for that I applaud author Robin Chambers. Youngsters will relish the adventures of supernaturally gifted child savant Gordon and his imaginary (or perhaps spectral?) friend Zack as they navigate the pitfalls of growing up in modern day suburbia. But adults

    A Unique Voice
    Tyler Bumpus, Author of THE SWALLOWED WORLD series and SOUTHERN GOTHIC SHORTS (http://amzn.to/29ezeyA)
  • Gracious me, what a lovely surprise A WIZARD OF DREAMS is! The writing is superb and bright, a modern invocation of ancient, mythical powers colored by Brit English. Without pandering to mainstream, fantasy expectations, this modern story chronicles the early life of a supernaturally gifted, marginalized boy named Gordon, and his invisible guide, Zack. Like any good Dickensian protagonist, Gordon

    The writing is superb and bright… A beautifully rendered tale
    Robin Gregory, Author of THE IMPROBABLE WONDERS OF MOOJIE LITTLEMAN (http://amzn.to/299LhQA)
  • I have now read three books from the wonderful Myrddin’s Heir series and I am struck with a persistent speculation. J.K. Rowling had to submit her early Harry Potter MS to a significant number of publishers, enduring rejection after rejection, until Bloomsbury finally took a chance on her. I don’t know if Chambers has searched for a publisher with the

    This series has the potential to become a phenomenon to match the Harry Potter series.
    Brian O'Hare MA, Ph.D., Retired assistant director of a large regional college of further and higher education. Author of 'The Doom Murders' , 'The 11.05 Murders' and 'Fallen Men' (http://amzn.to/29fzrFd)
  • Not since reading C.S. Lewis's Narnia books have I so much enjoyed a novel written for children of all ages, especially those who have managed to preserve the infinitely curious magical child in their heart. In his `Myrddin's Heir' series Robin Chambers masterfully brings magic right up to date, while exciting the imagination about its long reach of influence in

    Some of the descriptions brought tears to my eyes.
    Lesley Hayes, Author of 'A Field Beyond Time', The Drowned Phoenician Sailor', 'Round Robin' and 'Oxford Marmalade' (http://amzn.to/1XAddj5)