The Wizard Killer - Season Two

The Wizard Killer - Season Two

A Post-Apocalyptic Fantasy Thrill Ride

Young Adult - Fantasy - General
120 Pages
Reviewed on 03/13/2017
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Author Biography

In 2014, I stopped my "hopefully one day" dream of becoming an author, stopped doing nothing with my writing, and kicked off my indie author life. Twenty-five years of doing nothing with my writing was enough, and after two medical events, I was filled with drive to change my life.

I've written the much loved young adult series, The Yellow Hoods, a world where steampunk and fairy tale meet.

In 2016, I showed two other sides of myself as an author, The Wizard Killer - Season One which is post-apocalyptic fantasy written in an episodic style, and the upcoming science fiction book, The Man of Cloud 9, which is infused with some of my high tech life from before I was an author.

I'm a frequent public speaker at schools and conventions, a dyslexic with some motivational chronic issues, and live in Calgary, Alberta with my wife and kids.

    Book Review

Reviewed by Ray Simmons for Readers' Favorite

First, let me say that I did not read the first installment or season of Wizard Killer so I was a little lost at the beginning of Wizard Killer Season Two by Adam Dreece. I highly recommend to anyone considering reading the Wizard Killer series to go back and start from the very beginning. This is a great story, which takes place in a very unique world. The Protagonist is caught in a life or death situation where every action, every thought is important. I can’t help but feel that starting from the very beginning is the best way to get a full appreciation of the tale. Having said that, I did enjoy this story immensely. It just took me a while to sort things out. This is a world with magic and a political situation similar to the world of Stephen King’s The Dark Tower. You won’t want to start anywhere but at the very beginning. You won’t want to stop reading until the final battle is fought.

Wizard Killer contains some of the most well thought out and satisfying magic I have ever read. The magic is subtle, but powerful. The world is harsh but magnificent. The characters are weird while having a definite sense of the everyday about them. I liked the main character. He didn't even know who he was most of the time, but his thoughts and actions were unique and gave clear insight into his personality. I like this world and this story. I want to get to know both better.