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Fortune's Scion by Ann Gimpel
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Fortune's Scion

by Ann Gimpel

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This book was a little different from a lot of the books I read. It took me a while to realize that it was taking place on earth, was probably in the future and that the humans had pretty much destroyed earth so almost no humans were alive. Ned is a mage who was raised by wizards but is not liked by them. He can do magic but not like the wizards who are the main race on earth. He encounters a family in hiding in the mountains and falls for the daughter Amanda. Amanda is captured and the fighting really begins. This was a well written book that had some very different concepts I would never think of using. If you like fantasy stories about the world of wizards then you will enjoy this book.

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