Monday, February 15, 2016

REVIEW - eBook - The Sorcery Code by Dima Zales

I received this product from Tomoson for free for my honest review. I received no financial compensation for this review.#SorceryCode

I like the format of this book – the short chapters make it an easy read for me. I don’t have to stop reading in the middle of a long chapter, I am able end a chapter and put the book down to take care of life & then go back to reading. In in end, I bought the audio version also so I can enjoy it again while driving alone.

The characters are very believable to me. Blaise reminds of a number of people I know that don’t interact with a lot of people and aren’t as comfortable around people as most of us. Gala reminds me of a child, learning about everything around her.

The concept about magic being like computer coding is great, especially for those of us who already think that people who create/write programs are special anyway. Looking forward to the next books, I am excited to see if Blaise and Gala are able to bring magic to the common people. I want to see what obstacles Augusta, Barson, and Ganir are going to put in the way of that goal.