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Cover Unveiled for Karen Miller's The Reluctant Mage


The Reluctant Mage is the fourth book sent in the Kingmaker, Kingbreaker world after the recent The Prodigal Mage, which was a fantastic read overall.  The cover on this one is a bit ho-hum though.  The coloration isn't doing much, but in this case you could wrap it is old newspaper and I'd still check it out.  Here is the official blurb:
Nine months have passed since Rafel disappeared in the expedition over the mountains. Deenie, now eighteen, starts having disturbing dreams about her brother. She comes to believe he's not dead after all, but is in trouble and needs her help. 

She enlists the aid of her friend Charis, and the girls hatch a plan to escape from Lur. They succeed and survive the hazardous journey round the coastline past the mountains. But to their dismay, they discover that the lands beyond Lur are blighted with lawlessness and chaos. The remnants of Morg's consciousness that survived his death splintered at his downfall and sought refuge in whatever bodies could be found to host them.

Throughout their travels and adventures they get some answers about the other lost expeditions, and keep hearing about one fearsome mage whose stronghold is in the blighted near-mythical land of Dorana. Deenie knows this is her brother - and that Rafel is not only in danger, but has become dangerous. If he's not stopped he could become a threat to the whole world. Perhaps even another Morg.

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