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The Mighty [PDF / Epub] ☄ The Mighty Author Michael J. Sanford – Thomashillier.co.uk He's not crazy Honest he's notHe's just Wyatt Wyatt the Mighty Fifteen year old Wyatt has been sent to a treatment center for disturbed youth No one understands him He wants nothing than to escape fro He's not crazy Honest he's notHe's just Wyatt Wyatt The Mighty Fifteen year old Wyatt has been sent to a treatment center for disturbed youth No one understands him He wants nothing than to escape from it all And he does Through a magic he doesn't understand he finds himself in Hagion a realm of fantastical creatures and immense wonder He uickly finds himself in the company of a runaway warrior and two Children a strange race of underground creatures that seem forever joyful They claim Wyatt is a Druid a powerful figure of myth and legend sent to restore peace to all of the Realms He doesn't bother correcting them Finally he can be the hero he's always dreamed of But claiming to be a hero and actually being a hero are two different things And it's a lesson Wyatt may have to pay dearly for.


10 thoughts on “The Mighty

  1. Sue Wallace Sue Wallace says:

    The Mighty by Michael j Sanford He's not crazy Honest he's notHe's just Wyatt Wyatt the mighty This was a good and adventurous read with good characters I do hope there is to come I really liked Wyatt 4 Tbc on fb


  2. Sharon Mariampillai Sharon Mariampillai says:

    I received a copy from the author in exchange for an honest reviewThank you Michael J Sanford for the opportunity to read your book This was a good read I thought Wyatt was an okay character I did not love him that much I actually like Gareck Mareck and Rosen in this book Also I thought the book was good in the beginning but then my interest faded I found it boring at times I will continue the series in order to see how the story will continue in The Druid Guise Trilogy Overall an okay read


  3. Linda Linda says:

    The Mighty by Michael J SanfordIt is clear from the beginning that fifteen year old Wyatt doesn’t fit in He’s a bit overweight nerdy type of boy who considers himself a genius He also likes to pretend he knows magic and spends a lot of time in imaginary games where he is wizard and a hero After a rather difficult day he is confined to his room where he pulls out a pendant given to him by his grandmother It’s a piece of wood imbedded with a jade stone that he always wears Studying the stone closely it starts to warm and spark suddenly Wyatt is whisked off to an alternate realityThe alternate world is vastly different from earth and Mr Sanford does a good job painting the scenery and the creatures which inhabit it I found it easy to insert myself in this new realm as Wyatt encounters new beings and he is able to communicate with them The inhabitants are diverse and it was easy to accept them at face value When they see Wyatt’s pendant they drop to their knees and start calling him Master He’s told he carries a symbol of the Druid which were exterminated years ago and he must be there to rid their world of the corruption the Regency has spread Thus the uest beginsUnfortunately Wyatt seems to have no control over his comings and goings He is whisked back and forth between realms until shadows start following him back home The adventure back on Hagion was exciting and engaging as our small band of heroes travel across new territories some fraught with dangers I enjoyed the story up till the ending The ending killed the magic for me and I am not sure it can be resurrected FYI “The Mighty” is book one of “The Druid's Guise Trilogy” Originally written for BigAl’s Books and Pals book blog May have received a free review copy August 25 2017FormatTypo Issues Small number of proofing errors such as missing or wrong words


  4. Pinchy& Pinchy& says:

    The world of Hagion is a brand new world that Michael J Sanford takes us into It's a world of strange beings with humans at the bottom of the totem pole The locations and creatures are well developed and interesting I didn't like Wyatt But that's because the author created such a strong personality for him that I feel like we wouldn't get along in real life That makes me like Mr Sanford even I have already downloaded the free sample of the second book


  5. Phthon Phthon says:

    The book turned very good after Wyatt got over his annoyingly overwhelming ego I really enjoyed the story after that I look forward to the next book to find out what happens


  6. L.K. Chapman L.K. Chapman says:

    I was hooked from the first chapter of this book which starts with Wyatt trying to fight another boy by casting spells much to everyone's confusion and amusement It made me immediately intrigued especially when back in his room Wyatt starts fighting things that surely aren't really there and you begin to wonder what's wrong with him And then all of a sudden he's transported to a strange new world where he is carrying the symbol of a druid and seems to have genuine magical powersThe author's portrayal of a troubled teenage boy is excellent and I loved how the book shifted between two worlds It was entertaining and uite funny in a way when Wyatt returns from the fantasy world and starts telling people in the real world about his magical adventures but it's also uite disturbing as elements of the fantasy world start to bleed into real life and you wonder if he is seriously ill I love the fact you never uite know which world is real or if both of them are and both worlds are so well written they certainly both feel real I haven't read much fantasy in the past so I think the mixture of contemporary and fantasy in this book appealed to me a lot and I can't wait to find out what happens next


  7. Emily Christa Emily Christa says:

    The Mighty is a great tale of worlds colliding I'm not usually one to choose a fantasy novel however I found that The Mighty had me reading while I was walking because I didn't want to put it down even though I needed to get moving The author so vividly depicts the realm of Haigon with creatures so unlike anything I've read seen or imagined that it became a joy to know what Wyatt The Mighty would find next on his journey I liked how the book came back to the reality of why Wyatt was on the journey My favorite part of the book was the depiction of the Bog Soden There were plenty of jokes to lighten the mood along the way as well as such creative narrative to bring each creature to life I loved the detail and often than not there was a smile splitting my face in two The Mighty was truly an enjoyable read I wish I had put it on the top of my reading list sooner I'm looking forward to continuing the series


  8. Susan Susan says:

    Can he help the beautiful and vengeful Athena escape The Crook? Can he protect the Draygan warrior Rozen and free the realm from tyrants? need the answers to these uestions?? Gotta read the book I won this book through Goodreads and really enjoyed it A uick read that I could not get enough of Needed to see what would happen next Great start to a hopefully new series


  9. Kristy Halseth Kristy Halseth says:

    I received this as an advanced reading copy The story idea is a great one It just has some problems with execution Issues I can’t figure out if Wyatt is in Juvie or a private school It doesn’t make sense He is living in a place with dorms and their own school But he is there because something happens to his grandmother But you get the idea that what he thinks is happening and what really happened are two different things The fact that one gets the idea that no one is telling him what is really going on might mean there are also psychological issues going on as wellThis leads one to think that maybe this world to which he keeps going might not be real This all might be something happening inside his head But we don’t seem to know that yet If it is real why is he doing ‘spells’ against people in the real world but when he is in the fantasy world where they might actually work he doesn’t seem to try Except once but it is water instead of fire so nothing happens anyway Another issue is that Wyatt is completely unlikeable Although the author did a good job of making us feel sorry for him and somewhat sympathetic despite him being so unlikeable He also comes off like a 10 year old instead of being a teenager Despite the interesting story I felt like I had to force myself to keep reading and slog through it I am not likely to get the next book to find out what happened next I just couldn’t connect to the characters enough to care


  10. Rachel Rachel says:

    This is 35 star review The world building of Hagion is great the creatures and scenery are well developed and I can really immerse myself in the feeling of being both there and at the Shepherd's Crook The story is catchy and different enough from other fantasy I've read to feel novel And while Wyatt is a decently complete and complex character I dislike him immensely and don't love needing to be on his side as a protector of his Hagion friends I'm not sure if Wyatt is supposed to come off as worthy of our sympathy or admiration but mostly he seems to have an enormous ego without much actual personal substance He does start to grow and develop his personal skills and perhaps by the end of the trilogy he'll be a tolerable personI was given this free review copy audiobook at my reuest and have voluntarily left this review


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