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Sands of Nezza (Adventurers Wanted, #4) ➾ [Download] ➾ Sands of Nezza (Adventurers Wanted, #4) By M.L. Forman ➳ – A call for help draws wizard Alexander Taylor into an adventure that he knows nothing about To save a friend, Alex must travel to the land of Nezza, a land where war is part of daily life, where adven A call for help draws wizard Alexander Taylor into an adventure that he knows nothing about Sands of ePUB ½ To save a friend, Alex must travel to the land of Nezza, a land where war is part of daily life, where adventurers are imprisoned, and where all magic is believed to be blackChance brings Alex into contact with young Rallian, a prince who might just be the true king of Nezza, and Alex s desire to do good sets loose a spell that could drive the land into all out war Alex must find a way for Rallian to be crowned king while also bringing peace to the land, but his magic and wizardry alone cannot make peace happen His task is made difficult when he learns that a group called the Brotherhood is actively working to keep the people of Nezza dividedJoin Alex and some familiar friends in their search to unite the land of Nezza in this new adventure that will test their courage to the very core.

10 thoughts on “Sands of Nezza (Adventurers Wanted, #4)

  1. M.L. Forman M.L. Forman says:

    Just a quick note here I m note sure how anyone has rated this book already, as I m still working on the final version Very strange With a lot of work and a little luck I believe this will be out in May Yes, I know you don t want to wait that long, but I am going all out to get the final fixed version to my editor by March 17 I am sorry for the delay, but I would rather have it come out later than planned and good than come out on time and be well, wrong Mark

  2. KaDee KaDee says:

    Was at Desert Book the other day, and when I saw this on the shelf, I just about died of fangirling And, oh, it was SOOOOO worth the wait It was absolutely amazing But there was one problem.Now that I know about Alex s sweet dragon powers, some strange part of my brain thinks that he needs to use them for EVERYTHING Can t open that jar of pickles I ll be a dragon could And it s really getting ridiculous It s like Look Alex got captured by some soldiers How s he going to get out of this one Turn into a dragon and eat them all Oh no It s a giant snake What s Alex going to do Turn into a dragon and eat it AAAHHH An evil wizard Turn into a dragon and EAT HIM I dunno I guess I m just weird that way that doesn t make Alex a cannibal, does it Yeahno No, we re not going there Uh, yeah.anyhoo awkward smile The book was soooo AWESOME Just no other way to put it So, if you need me, I ll be over fangirling in a corner till the next one comes out Ta

  3. Devin Devin says:

    Are we there yet Ahhhhh so close yet so far I want itSo I would like to know why people have rated a book that has not been released yet

  4. Bethany Bethany says:

    I first want to say that this series has had potential from the beginning It is funny, moral, clean, and engaging, and it drew me in from the first Forman clearly also have a lot of creativity and originality I would simply like to see it lose the copying from other literary masterpieces I love the premise, Alex is pretty interesting, and there are just enough plot balls thrown into the air that I want to see how they fall Plot balls are something that a fiction teacher once told me about Authors juggle plot balls a plot here, a subplot here, and another one there by throwing them into the story at different times and resolving them at different times as well I still want to know what s going to happen, even though I have been somewhat disillusioned by the series by now.There are some interesting premises in this series I like the whole idea of adventurers, and the concepts are pretty unique adventuring bags oh, wait, that was in Fablehaven , wizardry, the Wall, and the Oracles Okay, so maybe not ENTIRELY unique And Alex is a paragon He is, after all, a dragon, a dragon lord, a dragon slayer are those compatible , part human dwarf elf with a good dose of missing parent syndrome , a superhero wizard, a healer, an adventurer, a prophecy fulfiller, a mini Oracle sage, a warrior, a raven whisperer, a shadow slayer, and a perfect person in every way I like a good hero, but there is such a thing as going too far Plus, whenever Alex goes to the wall the border of death in this book , it is consistently described as difficult to go to because it is so compelling, but he never has any trouble with it Instead, he saves lots of people from being pulled over the wall into the shadow of death If someone is perfect already, where in the world can he go There isn t even a shadow of potential for real character development In this book, the character development is limited to discussions about Alex s identity as a wizard meaning, he is a wizard and doesn t try to hide it at all Don t get me wrong I love the adventures Alex has, and everything really is very exciting and is frequently well written enough to hook me, but the two dimensionality of the protagonist is frustrating for me as a reader Maybe I m not the target age for this series, but I like books that can honestly appeal to multiple age levels The Chronicles of Narnia, for example, is well written, is deep, and is understood AND adored by children, teens, and adults alike Maybe that isn t a fair comparison, but I really like books that have multiple target audiences and are appropriate for those groups For contemporary YA books, The Scorpio Races and The False Prince are two very different books that fulfill that criterion I also don t actually see Alex changing He is a very two dimensional character for me he sometimes is sort of tempted to stray off of the right and moral path, but he easily conquers such temptations because he is a god Or not The closest he gets to real temptation is through the villains spells, BUT because he is a true wizard remember he can throw such spells off easily But really, he doesn t actually have any real internal struggles, and he destroys everything in his path with no effort whatsoever The worst that happens to him is that he gets really tired and has to take a nap for three days Two of his acquaintances are violently killed and he emerges without a single scratch Just exhaustion. Plus, we can t even empathize with his acquaintances because they had no real role I don t remember their names, any hint of an actual appearance, what they did, why how they diedbecause I didn t care The main problem with this series is that it often seems to openly plagiarize The Lord of the Rings series We have seen the LOTR pattern since the beginning, ever since Alex faced off a troll and turned it to stone by exposing it to sunlight refer to The Hobbit He found a ring He has been traveling with a band of adventurers the Fellowship , and in the first book, he fought a dragon with the elvish made sword Moonslayer Sting, the elvish made sword while protected with a true silver mithril vest The second and third books were a little better There was, of course, a continuation of the past ideas and motifs, but Forman expanded his ideas a little There were adventures without so much obvious dependence on J.R.R Tolkien s inspiration But thisFirst of all, it is NOT alright to have a chapter entitled Many Meetings If we re talking about plagiarism, don t chapter titles count, too That is one of the most memorable chapter titles in the LOTR series The Fellowship of the Ring, Part II, Chapter I And who isn t familiar with the song from the Peter Jackson LOTR movies that has the same title If you don t believe me, go to this link I d bet that you know it And then we have the cameo that Alex makes for a certain young lady Is it just me, or is that from Eragon Remember, that series blatantly plagiarized from LOTR as well, so this is borrowing from a borrowerright Correct me if I m wrong But the worst one is that we finally figure out that the ring Alex has been carrying around truly is The One Ring to Rule Them All, meant for the Returning King of Nezza Oh, I can t wait to find out who Sauron is, since we ve already met Saruman Magnus.

  5. Marisa Marisa says:

    Reading to my 11 9 year old boys and we are all loving this series

  6. Haley Haley says:

    SPOILER ALERT This book was fantastic It was about as amazing as the first book I never would believe how important the ring turned out to be though, and it pleased me that Mr Forman added an antagonist that could pose a big problem in the future I have several questions which I will probably ask later on Forman s blog, however I will have to wait a month or two so most people will have time read the book.I still don t like how powerful Alex is, it s really cool about his dragon form and how much his magic has come, but it feels like he can do anything and that there is no walls that can come up against him I hope that in the books to come, there will be a major struggle for Alex to face However, this book did hit some of that and he did have his struggles here and there, I really like this one a lot better than the last two don t get me wronged I love those books as well because it was fast paced and events were happening all the time instead of two chapters of traveling on the road Very well done, I wish M.L Forman the best of I luck in his 5th book.

  7. Lisa Nocita Lisa Nocita says:

    I have enjoyed this series very much, as have many students I ve recommended it to I stopped after book 3, not bearing the thought of finishing book 4 with no book 5 in sight Now that Forman has rallied from an extended illness and the series has completed, I m eager to see it through That said, this book is probably my least favorite in the series The characters and action felt stilted and not animated in the least Alex, in particular, who has always seemed too good to be true, just doesn t seem to have any flaws, making his hero s journey implausible It seems he has nothing to overcome and too many talents and gifts to accomplish whatever challenges may come his way He has no self doubt, not a scion of ego, and no flaw of judgement And he s never defeated or setback The Sands of Nezza sets up the final wizarding battle of the series, the triumph of good over evil The outcomes seems foregone, the only question being if the tension will feel real and satisfying.

  8. Vanessa Vanessa says:

    3.5 starsThe Sands of Nezza was exactly what I was expecting The writing has been consistently simplistic but still carries the good voice throughout Each chapter is exactly what it says it will be in the title, and each is a little like its own mini adventure And Alex is just out of training, but even before now he could defeat anything These books are fun for other reasons For my brother and I we try to guess which fantasy novels he is pulling tropes from other than Tolkien And I actually even enjoyed The Sands of Nezza than the others because it was original than the first three my brother lovingly describes them as abridged versions of the Hobbit that are longer The Adventures Wanted books can be fun, and are an easy read I actually look forward to a fifth book because I have hopes we will see another original storyline.

  9. Will_lll Will_lll says:

    I really liked this whole series, and this book is no exception It is a wonderful addition to the series I really like the whole idea of magic bags, and the author portrays how magic works The author did an awesome job on this book, and the rest of the series One thing I have to admit, is that Alex the main character gets way to powerful Like, too powerful But, in the end, it sounds like their are a couple people out there who can match his power, and challenge it Also, the prince is kind of annoying At least he isn t in the end though Another thing I really liked about this series, is that honor is a pretty big deal, and I like how Alex is really humble Even with all the power he has, and all the chances he has to make money, he isn t greedy, and he isn t too prideful It is also cool how Alex is willingly to sacrifice his life, or even his honor, to save his friends or do the right thing I would recommend this book, if you haven t read the rest of the series, start at the first book obviously to any age of any gender, as long as you love fantasy, dragons, quests, adventure, and everything else awesome It is a really exciting and awesome book, and it is very fun to read.

  10. Magila Magila says:

    2.5I m sorry, but I really have to say that this installment fell short of the mark I know the author spent a great deal of time on this, and the editors and publisher required some significant revisions It should have been awesome I have no idea if the changes resulted in something better, or what the readers were delivered The book was a quick, easy read Unfortunately, it lacked any twisting, turning, or interesting elements that would make it greater than ok The story was highly predictable and eh The main character turned from someone who was growing into his own to a real life living legend The character development fell short I was totally bummed that the story didn t live up to my expectations It felt like maybe because there was supposed to be learning points and discussion topics, it detracted from the flow and creation of a solid narrative The fact it wasn t that great won t stop me from picking up the next book, or recommending the series I can only hope the author gets back in his groove and avoids a second book like this in the series.

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