Predator51 has reviewed each of the first three books in the Angus the Mage Series and gave them each a 5-star rating.
Here is the review of The Tiger’s Eye (“A very entertaining book!“):
Here is the review of The Viper’s Fangs (“Going through hell to break a curse!“):
Here is the review of The Golden Key (“Quite a few exciting adventures!“):
I’m not sure if I said that it would be a 7-book series, since all I can remember saying in my blog post was that I wasn’t sure how long it would be and it might keep growing. As for the “ending,” see the next review by J.
My first review for Angst was a 2-star review by J. It begins as follows:
I usually don’t write reviews like this but I am absolutely apoplectic about how this book ended. It is by far one of the worst endings ever for an otherwise good series. This book is the worst one in the series by far. In fact the ending is so bad I can’t believe the same author wrote the rest of the series.
J continues with a Spoiler Alert that gives away quite a bit of the plot, so I’m not including that in this post. However, based on J’s comments here and in that spoiler alert, I think a brief clarification is in order. Angst is the end of the Angus the Mage Series, but it isn’t the end of the story. I plan to continue with the story from the viewpoint of other characters as a sequel to the Angus the Mage Series. As I’ve noted in my recent blog posts (see writing updates), I’ve been jotting down notes for a project tentatively called I Will Be King, which will pick up where Angst left off. I’m not sure if that will be the project that I will do first, but I’m definitely leaning that way. I am also thinking about writing a novel about Giorge, a collection of stories / novellas to clarify certain things from the series, or a book about The Banner of the Wounded Hand from the time before they met Angus. Regardless, I don’t expect to start working on any of these projects until December, since my Fall teaching load is going to require more work than last year.