Unlimited [Chick Lit Book] ↠ Provenance - by Kristopher Cruz Ø

By Kristopher Cruz | Comments: ( 395 ) | Date: ( Sep 18, 2019 )

Spellscribed is a series of fantasy novels revolving around the protagonist, a young and inexperienced Wizard named Endrance Born the night that the Archmagus Valeria died, Endrance was gifted with the talent and mind for magic He d proven that he was than capable of mastering the forces of magic and intellectual study at the hands of a master as mad as he was craftSpellscribed is a series of fantasy novels revolving around the protagonist, a young and inexperienced Wizard named Endrance Born the night that the Archmagus Valeria died, Endrance was gifted with the talent and mind for magic He d proven that he was than capable of mastering the forces of magic and intellectual study at the hands of a master as mad as he was crafty He was one of the Scribed, mages who had undergone a painful yet powerful ritual that granted them the ability to tattoo spells upon their very skin.He had finally proven himself to his master, and was free to practice magic at his own pace If that were all fate had in store for him, he would have been happy However fate wanted of this man s potential than a lifetime of quiet study.Instead, he was appointed the Spengur of Balator, a country radically different from his own He would face an entire city of people that prized physical might and shunned the mystic There he would meet staunch allies, and dangerous foes There, he could change the world, if he could only survive.It is through the fires of strife that a person is melted down into the core of who they really are, and fate has stoked the flames white hot Can he survive the blaze And even importantly, who will he be if he emerges from the other side


  • Title: Provenance
  • Author: Kristopher Cruz
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 268
  • Format: Kindle Edition

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Comments Provenance

  • momokaachan

    Not bad. Less one star for the cliff-hanger ending. The solid three are for Endrance - I liked him, how very human he was. Good world building, too. I'm going to take a breather before I continue on with Book 2.


  • Cor

    This reads like the author wanted to write an epic fantasy story but fell terrible short. The writing is mediocre and the story is full of old cliches.


  • Erica

    Endrance is a young wizard who has just completed his training. At the age of fourteen, he is ready to begin his career as a wizard, and he joins up with a caravan to head to his new home. When his companions are set upon by a savage group of goblins, it's time for Endrance to have his first true test as a wizard.I enjoyed the wizard's duel (of sorts) that takes place in the beginning of this story. I love reading about interesting wizards, and both Endrance and his mentor Kaelob intrigued me. I [...]


  • Sean Endress

    Taken from my review:Full disclosure: I received a free copy of this book for reviewing purposes. The following opinions are entirely my own.Fantasy is starting to become a very crowded genre - it seems that for every reader, there are two authors trying to clamor for attention. Therefore, it takes a truly stand-out work to push its way to the forefront and lay claim to a readers eyes for hundreds of pages. Fortunately, Kristopher Cruz's "Spellscribed" delivers.Opening with what seems to be a g [...]


  • Scot

    This book is not easy to review. On one hand, it was terribly edited and had distracting grammatical mistakes ("a old" where " old" should be, etc.). The story is the oldest, tiredest fantasy story out there and it was completely filled with cliches. I can't think of one element that was at all original.There were several flat out mistakes like where in one scene they cut the bottom sheet of the bed, but in the next he looks back and describes the top sheet having a hole. Mistakes like this happ [...]


  • James Bassett

    Normally I'm not much of a writer, but after reading Spellscribed I felt this book deserved for me to write a review. The story line is amazing and the characters are well developed and keep the world and story line moving forward at a great pace that isn't rushed to agonizingly slow. I enjoy how each character has their own back story. It also has a great story arc that keeps the pages turning. The only thing I can complain about it is that I want it to continue. I cant wait till the next one i [...]


  • Marv

    A refreshing Magic story, not an entirely new concept but with it's own ideas and tricks.


  • Michael Hyer

    The book was well written and engaging. I usally enjoy books with characters I can connect with and this one delivered. Looking forward to more.


  • Sven

    Provenance is a very enjoyable fantasy book. It's not perfect, but there is a lot to like here.What I liked.- The inspired idea for a main character and plot.- Great sense of humor.- Fun and entertaining magic system.What I didn't like.- Starts a bit slow.- The plot wanders a bit.This book is essentially about a young wizard who is sent to be the Spengur(bit like a shaman) for a superstitious and magicphobic warrior nation who consider his job a necessary evil. If your imagining something like t [...]


  • Alec Ruderman

    From my reviewI kept turning the pages. Well to be honest, virtually turning pages on my Kindle, but that is high praise. I started reading as a kid, finished the Hobbit in 5th grade and Lord of the Rings in 7th, science fiction and fantasy have long been my companion. With the advent of self-publishing and e-books nearly everyone and their uncle, and probably their aunt too, have been releasing fantasy novels. Flush with the stories of J.K. Rowling and Christopher Paolini everyone hopes to str [...]


  • Mnoraznan

    Unique mage story


  • Lacey

    Really liked it. The writing style was engaging without being overly florid. Once you reach the middle, then the end of the book, you really do feel like you've traversed a journey with the character. Especially with some of the fun left turns the author throws in without going in circles. I wish I could give it a 4.5 instead of a 4. The only reason I don't give it a five is because it unfortunately didn't blow my mind. But admittedly it takes a lot to do that.Without giving spoilers, I think th [...]


  • Scott Wozniak

    The adventure aspect of the book is great. The history is rich, the world complex, but the exposition is generally handled very well. We're given just enough for that moment and back to the story. Only two complaints: 1) The dialogue, especially the romantic dialogue is simplistic. 2) Many times the author says the action explanations twice. Example: He had rage and experience on his side. He had spent more years training and he was much more angry. But again, fun story with a character I cared [...]


  • Burroh

    I really liked this book at first. The writing itself is pretty bad, but I liked the story enough that I passed over the numerous grammatical and editing errors. The romance and the end of the book were so horrible I just couldn't keep reading. It was great up until the main character got to the 'barbarian lands', but from then the story got pretty boring and cliche. I gave up maybe a chapter or two away from the end because I stopped caring.


  • Timothy Mcnamara

    A great story which I really enjoyed. I couldn't put the book down. While this is a book with magic throughout. I like the fact that this book Is also a coming of age story showing the inexperienced young wizard thrust into a place where magic is feared and you see him grow into a confident wizard. Can't wait for book two to see what is going to happen next


  • Joecrash411

    It was a pretty decent read, nothing to get too excited about, but still entertaining. I've read the sequal also, and Mr. Cruz has done a very good job of fleshing out the main protagonist's character. Also the supporting cast as well. The sequel leaves off at a good spot, setting the 3rd book up nicely. We may even find out if Endrance is even human!


  • Alaricus

    I really would have liked the book. Really. Even with all the grammatical mistakes that a non-native speaker can spot easily. Unfortunately, though the concept is good, the characters are not. They are simply too flat and lack credibility, which makes it hard to really get sucked into the story. Pity.


  • Keith

    This series got off to a good start, and then blew up in book 3. I will not be continuing, but the first 2 books and the 2 novellas / short stories are still good.


  • Bobbi

    I really enjoyed this book and I'm looking forward to the next one. And the third one


  • Jesse Stone

    Loved it!! Amazing!!


  • Joe

    Very good book, interesting twist on magic. Highly recommended.


  • Roggero Spezialy

    Good bookIts a good book, it will tug your heart strings. Love the build of the characters, hope you all like it like I did.


  • Ron Sturm

    All i can say is WHERE IS BOOK 2?


  • Rajat

    Pretty decent story.I am still trying to understand how the magic workse ending was not what I was expectingWill be reading the next one in the series.


  • Dave Neuendorf

    This is a coming of age wizard fantasy that has some different features than most others. For one, some of the protagonist's powers come from spells tattooed all over his body when he was an infant, and certain events cause more tattoos to appear. Also, he has an unusual and likeable familiar. I read the first two books in the series, but the subsequent books are too expensive for me. I guess that means I'm not terribly motivated to finish the series, which probably says something about my react [...]


  • Pickyreader

    Not for meI wanted to like this book and tried to read it a couple of times. But it just fell flat for me. There were several problems with the book grammar being one but i can usually push though most of if My biggest problem I with this book was reading from the antagonist point of view. It really is my personal preference. I can't get into or care about the antagonist.


  • Shu Viole

    This book is just beautiful. This book is just beautiful. This my second review ever after reading more than a hundred books. Its such a captivating world with magic, friendship, love and pain. I recommend book to any fantasy lover out there and more.


  • Melissa Jane

    Fabulous read. The story line flows from one adventure to the next without obvious flaws and the Magic system continually advances our knowledge base without overwhelming verbose. If you like a good fantasy adventure with a young man that comes into his own then this is the novel for you.


  • Mick Blakeley

    A good readWell written and a good story line. I quite enjoyed this book. A little dufferent from most fantasy books i have read.


  • Antonis

    This book is really good. If you like fantasy just buy it.


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