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Reviewed by Rabia Tanveer for Readers' Favorite
Hunted is the second book in the Maegics Heir series by G. L. Cramb. The trials and tribulations of Arias Côeurdrægon continue as he struggles to stay one step ahead of his enemies. After struggling for so long, Arias has finally found Druid Eschereon. With the Druid’s help, Arias hopes to master his mægics and figure out his true bloodline. He knows the process will not be easy, but he never expected it to be this difficult. Once upon a time, finding answers regarding his mother was his biggest worry, but now every day is a quest for survival. Now that he has come under the radar of some very dangerous mind mages, Arias has to master his mægics, control, and use it to keep himself and his friends safe. But how can a newbie like him go against mind mages who have mastered their talents over decades?
G. L. Cramb opens the novel with a bang and keeps the same fast pace until the end. Arias is a strong, humble, and sometimes naïve character, but he learns from his mistakes and works hard to prove his worth. The mystery behind Arias’s bloodline, his thirst to find out what it was, and the suspense around the mind mages are very well-handled. While epic fantasies are not usually my cup of tea, Hunted had me hooked from the moment I picked up this novel. The author adds tension at the right moment, slows the story down when it is needed, and gives Arias ample page space to grow and prove his worth. I love the dialogues, but the descriptions sold me on this story. They are crisp and vivid, making me feel like I was in the moment with Arias rather than in my room. Perfectly composed to have maximum impact on the reader!