Friday, August 14, 2020

#BookReview: Ordinary Miracles by Martyn Carey

Synopsis: A train crashes at Paddington station. What follows is a series of dangerous and deadly magical incidents that no one could have predicted…

When wizard Mike Frost undergoes an unexpected elevation in his magical skills, he is sent to a training course to cultivate his newfound powers. But it soon becomes apparent that a deadly force is following his every move, using his power to launch devastating attacks across the UK.

Danger mounts, and it seems as though nothing can protect Mike and his friends. Time is running out. Can anyone find and stop those responsible before it’s too late?


Rating: ⭐⭐
My Review: 
I was rather excited to start this book as it sounded like it was going to be an exciting and magical thriller. It started out great in the first chapter with the train crash and Mike doing what he could to help the victims. But after that it quickly went downhill. I felt like I was reading a text book about magic rather than an adventure about how Mike was going to stop whoever was using his magic. Sadly I gave up and decided to DNF the book at 25%. 

Leicestershire author Martyn Carey has, at one time or another, been an archaeologist, a dresser in a fashion show, an archery coach, a creative writing teacher, an observer for the Met Office, a business manager and a glass blower. He has been writing since forever, both fiction and as a copywriter. Ordinary Miracles is his debut novel.

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