Daughter of Magic

C. Dale Brittain

Baen Books. $5.99


Daimbert just wants to spend some time with his daughter Antonia, but work keeps interfering. An evil wizard, some disturbing miracles, and Antonia's own flare for magic and improvisation are only a few of Daimbert's problems.

C. Dale Brittain's latest book about Daimbert of Yurt is, as always, a clever and enjoyable mix of mystery and fantasy. Daughter of Magic is neither a repetition of the earlier books nor a contrived sequel. An interesting ongoing story is starting to emerge in the series as well. It's a good thing wizards are long-lived!

 

Other books about The Royal Wizard of Yurt:

A Bad Spell in Yurt. Baen Book, 1992
The Wood Nymph and the Cranky Saint. Baen Books, 1993
Mage Quest. Baen Books, 1993
The Witch and the Cathedral. Baen Books, 1995
Daughter of Magic. Baen Books, 1996
Is This Apocalypse Necessary? Forthcoming from Wooster Book Company September 2000

C. Dale Brittain's web page

 

This review copyright 1996 by Wendy Morris
Information last updated July 31, 2000


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