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Reviewed by Rabia Tanveer for Readers' Favorite
Magelord is the first book in The Worldwalker Saga by Andrew Christian. Devon had some pretty big shoes to fill. With Alexander Mason as his greatfather, Devon knew he had his whole life before him just to prove his worth. That did not mean he was not ready for the challenge; he just chose to stay away from the politics and the chaos it created. Alexander, the Magelord, was prepared to test Devon and his cousin Corinne and their abilities. Devon and Corinne succeeded in impressing Alexander and showed how together they could be the most powerful beings in all of Anion. But power attracts enemies, and soon they will realize how vulnerable they could be if they don’t stick together. While their bond provided them with power, it also restricted them. As the perfect pair to take the Throne, Devon and Corinne would have to fight the enemies and come out of the ordeal victorious.
An epic fantasy with plenty of action, adventure, and entertainment, Magelord was the perfect weekend novel. Author Andrew Christian ensured his readers enjoyed Magelord with plenty of plot, character development, and believable story arcs. The narrative style is very comfortable yet very entertaining at the same time. I had an adrenaline rush just by reading. I loved the characters and their incredible journeys. At first, I thought Devon was running away from his responsibilities, but that changed as the author gave more insight into Devon’s mind. Corinne, on the other hand, was the sure one. She knew what her bond and connection with Devon meant and was almost always ready for what was about to come. The descriptions were transportive and almost sensory. I felt everything Andrew described and felt like a part of the universe. The background building was incredible, and it was remarkable how everything felt so real! I cannot wait to see what happens next, especially after that ending!