Schooled In Magic Updates

21 Nov

Hi, everyone.

First, I’m on CH29 of The Sergeant’s Apprentice. I’m hoping to finish the first draft by Friday, barring accidents. I’ve got a long list of suggested changes and edits from the betas to fumble though, so I think the manuscript should be in the publisher’s hands by Tuesday 29th. After that, there will be at least one major edit, but hopefully the e-book will be out soon.

I’m actually torn about the next few books in the series. Book 12 – The Fists of Justice – will deal with the fallout from TSA, but I’m not sure if there will be a book set during her summer vacation between 5th and 6th year. I have a vague idea that 6th year will be a second set of paired books – Poison Pen and Graduation Day – but a lot depends on how things shake out over the summer. I may wind up inserting The Pen and the Sword between Poison Pen and Graduation Day. However, as my rough plot notes for Pen and Sword end badly, there will have to be a move to [Classified] too. After that, we have Mirror Image and The Artful Apprentice. We shall see.

On a different note, the audio version of Work Experience should be available on audible from 6th December. (Pre-order will be mentioned on the Facebook page as soon as it’s up.) If things go according to plan, there should be a book a month after that until the whole series (as it stands) is up, but the schedule may slip.

Beautiful young witch casting a spell

Thank you for reading <grin>.


68 Responses to “Schooled In Magic Updates”

  1. kell November 21, 2016 at 9:10 pm #

    Wa so exciting! I cant wait i really admire your writing disipline. Also i had a question. Why hasnt anybody sent someone to suduce or get close to emily? I am suprised. If she were a guy i would expect them to send a girl in. Everbody is keeping their distance no longer trying to recruit her.

    • Jensebaum November 22, 2016 at 5:57 pm #

      Well, there is Caleb. He hasn’t given much reason for suspicion so far, but also no undeniable proof of his good intentions.
      In fact, I am wondering why exactly he went for a formal courtship so fast and directly, especially since they are supposed to be rare.

      Just making wild guesses here, but it would be an awesome plot twist, and do interesting things to Emilys character developement!

      • Paul (Drak Bibliophile) Howard November 22, 2016 at 6:02 pm #

        In the prologue of an earlier book, we saw Caleb talking with his parents about starting the formal courtship with Emily.

        Nothing in his thoughts reflected your idea. [Smile]

        Mind you, if something happens to Caleb, I’d be concerned.

      • Jensebaum November 22, 2016 at 7:23 pm #

        Yes, I remember, but your argument can also be seen the other way around: Thus far we’ve only had this one short chapter from Calebs view, giving us little insight and knowledge about his true thoughts and personality. Everithing else was filtered through Emilys perception, which may be deceived.

        As I said, I’m making wild guesses, but I think it’s at least possible. Even if he didn’t start out to gain her knowledge, being one of the few persons close to her, he will undoubtedly be approached sooner or later by one of the many people interested in Emilys secrets. When this happens, will he refuse, or sell her out? And imagine what he could be offered, Emilys knowledge is very valuable indeed. Temptation, temptation!

        Also, there is still the irritating point of the formal courtship. Why? Just why? Espacially with somebody as potentially dangerous as Emily, why not get to know her non-commitall first?
        It is not truly a commitment, yes, but it feels this way, and exatly this feeling pushed Emilys buttons. It frightenend, but also flattered her, and most importantly, it made Caleb look serious about it.

        In short, I don’t trust Caleb, just like I don’t trust Void. Both are simply too good for Emily to be true, too beneficial as not to have a sting in the tail.
        Or maybe I’ve just read too much George R. R. Martin lately.

      • Jared McIntyre November 22, 2016 at 7:42 pm #

        Emily hasn’t been stupid with Caleb. If you recall she has extracted oaths of secrecy for much of the forbidden knowledge she has discussed with him. And her most dangerous ideas haven’t been shared at all.

      • Darkpoint November 22, 2016 at 8:25 pm #

        You are right it would be an awesome plot twist and to see how Emily would react and recover from such a betrayal. But I don’t think it will happen.

      • chrishanger November 23, 2016 at 1:58 pm #

        Basically, it’s a way of saying ‘I have good intentions and i will do my best to make a home for her’. It’s a little odd by their standards, but it’s not exactly a red flag.


    • chrishanger November 23, 2016 at 1:52 pm #

      Maybe they did and Emily didn’t notice .


      • Gerald Wise December 2, 2016 at 3:31 pm #

        Void is like Batman/Hulk everyone knows not to get him angry. Emily just a young Dick Grayson skipping the whole loser stage to become a total Bad Ascot. I’m looking forward to Emily giving Void a ring. Ive also been wanting Void to put everyone on notice take all the pot shot you want. But there will be a reckoning

  2. Jason November 21, 2016 at 10:00 pm #

    Wow, you are a writing machine!

    • chrishanger November 23, 2016 at 1:53 pm #

      With a cold. Normal service resumes tomorrow, i hope.


    • Gerald Wise December 2, 2016 at 3:16 pm #

      Yes its Great

  3. Walt Dunn November 21, 2016 at 11:10 pm #

    Nice cover for Work Experience! i’m looking forward to reading more of the Sergeant’s Apprentice too. This weekend I hope to do a full read through of SA. Remember to rest a bit too. Having to keep up with a toddler and pre-anticipate his unexpected creativity is taxing too!

  4. Enwezor November 22, 2016 at 1:20 am #

    Can’t wait to read it! How is it that you can publish so frequently?

  5. Christina M. Camp November 22, 2016 at 2:55 am #

    I can’t wait! I’m an impatient reader 🙂 Definitely excited for the next book.

  6. Jarred November 22, 2016 at 4:09 am #

    Thank you! I love your books. Keep up the great work!!!!

  7. TGreen November 22, 2016 at 4:21 am #

    You really need a different acronym for The Sergeant’s Apprentice — I thought “the fallout” meant you’d been cavity-searched at an airport 😉

    • Joe January 14, 2017 at 8:58 pm #

      thank you, I was having the same problem!!

  8. William Ameling November 22, 2016 at 7:23 pm #

    I was expecting that Fists of Justice was going to be the (a) summer book between 5th and 6th year. What Chris just said seems to indicate otherwise, which would mean 4 books in the time period of the 5th school year. Emily may start off as Mile’s apprentice during the coming war, but in the long run I expect her to transition to someone else being Master to her apprenticeship. Most likely Caleb’s parents or possibly Lady Barb. However, I think she needs to expand her pool of teachers beyond Miles and Lady Barb. Lady Daniele would be another possible Master to Emily’s apprenticeship. Anyone else would have to be either one Whitehall’s teachers or someone we do not know of presently (or not know much of besides a name mentioned in passing).

    When is Emily going to start studying the book she got from Void before she even went to Whitehall, as well as studying with Void himself? Surely he has things to teach her, even if he is a bad teacher. Also who are the other Lone Powers in the Allied Lands and how will they react to Emily? (This will have to take quite a while before we see it in book form). For that matter, at some point in this series she will start interacting with the White Council that rules the magical side of the Allied Lands, most likely when the Necromancer War gets very hot ( I am thinking of a period much later than the next book).

    There is also the question of when she will spend some time at Stronghold, in 6th year or after graduation from Whitehall? It think it may be after graduation, quite possibly 7th year since Stronghold has a 7 year program of study.

    I think that after (or late in) the next book Caleb’s parents will be happy to agree to the prospect her marrying Caleb, although the Courtship may not end until both of them finish their apprenticeships, with the usual dramatic ups and downs of telling a long romantic story.

    I am not expecting much response (yet) from Chris, these questions/ideas are more to my fellow fans and commentators on this blog.

    Finally we get to watch as Emily tries to partially explain what happened in Past Tense to Caleb, possibly his parents, Miles and Lady Barb, and her close friends and Frieda. This will create a lot internal questioning and conflicts for Emily to resolve. The person she chooses (eventually) as a Master to her apprenticeship has to be someone she can trust not to abuse the knowledge and spells while revealing a lot of things that have happened to her and what she did and magical spells that she created. I am not saying that she will reveal everything, but a lot will come out during her true apprentice training (Miles is only a temporary Master).

    • William Ameling November 23, 2016 at 5:13 am #

      I mean Emily interacting with the White Council as a group and any decisions that they make regarding her. She has already been interacting with individual members or agents of the White Council. Given Emily’s track record to date, they better be VERY careful in trying to manipulate her or they will regret it. (Not all manipulation is automaticly bad or hostile to her).

    • Darkpoint November 23, 2016 at 6:02 pm #

      I don’t think Lady Barb will be her Master, for the same reasons why she didn’t want to train Emily in her fourth year. A master must be sometimes gruel or ruthless and this could destroy their mother-daughter relationship.

      I also don’t think it will be Caleb’s parents; wouldn’t it be pretty awkward to have your future parents-in-law as a master?

      Lady Daniele is a possibility another would be Void or the Lone Power introduced in the sixth book: Fatty. Chris likes to introduce new characters who will become important later: Master Grey (4th book), Master Gordian (6th book), etc.

      Voids spell book, the things the dragon said and of course the fairy oath are the open questions from the first book. And I hope we don’t need to wait for the last book to get some answers.

      I still have hope that Emily and Caleb will end their relationship. I still don’t like him, sorry. Furthermore, this whole HEA with her first serious boyfriend / relationship is just too boring and it could be another good step to development Emily’s character.

      • William Ameling November 23, 2016 at 8:04 pm #

        I would add the ride on the dragon as an open question from book 1. Surely it would have been easier for Void to teleport her to Whitehall, and using a very old favor from a dragon instead raises a lot of questions in my mind. It did serve the purpose of giving Emily (and us) an introductory look at her new world, but a favor from a dragon has to be very rare and hard to earn, and it was something he had been saving for a very long time. It was not something to be lightly expended.

        My guess is that the several hour close exposure to a dragon by riding its back did something to her, most likely it strengthened her magical abilities or mana storage capacity. Or else it gave her some kind of bond or link to the dragon which we will see someday. We know that dragons are extremely potent magical entities (at least their Blood is). ( I am not saying it is going to be her familiar, she already has one. Although a dragon as familiar is kind of an awesome idea, so maybe I am wrong!).

        Personally, I think Caleb and his family is what Emily needs in a marriage and family alliance. His magical research and abilities complement hers and are do not compete with hers. Her family history on Earth meant that a romance had to start slow and progress slowly, and be someone she could trust, and also be someone who would not feel threatened or overshadowed by a more powerful or well known wife. His father is ideal in that regard as a model to his son. Also she needs family ties that do not tie her to any one side in some of the rifts between the major magical clans; she came too close to that in book 6.

        I do wonder if her support of Marcus and Melissa could still lead to a reconciliation between their families, even if it takes several years or more, now that Melissa’s great grand mother has lost a lot of her power in that family, particularly since that great grandmother probably caused the split in the first place, according to unreliable stories we have been told.

      • Kell Harris November 24, 2016 at 2:04 am #

        I agree for some reason I just am not feeling Caleb he has all these good points but I think he is first boyfriend material not marriage material. I still think he likes her more then Emily likes him.
        I think the dragon was voids way of getting her recognized as a child of destiny.
        I also wondered who would be her formal master void doesn’t want to do it. I think void is so interesting. He could easily manipulate Emily if he wants too but instead he is hands off. I wonder at him not wearing the paternal ring. Is that his way of keeping distant?
        What I really want is for Emily to hopefully apply what she learned in the past to perfect her batteries. Also I wonder when she will make a battery out of her staff rather then a wand? It would be great to see her grow as a fighter.

  9. Darkpoint November 22, 2016 at 8:19 pm #

    So, at least seven till eigth more books, thank you Chris.

  10. G November 23, 2016 at 3:51 am #

    I may be confused, but I thought Emily would be needing private tuition over the summer to catch up on the schoolwork she missed by going to war in TSA…you have a wonderful series you can stretch into Emily’s apprenticeship and beyond…I’d be wary of cramming too many books into Emily’s 5th year…for character development, you might want to give Sergeant Miles a little more time to train her in camp before the Necromancer attacks…

    • chrishanger November 23, 2016 at 2:00 pm #

      She will.

      That’s part of the reason i thought about skipping the summer. It’s going to be mainly tuition.


      • Conrad Bassett Jr. November 25, 2016 at 11:48 pm #

        Chris what I would really like to see is how the surrogate family relationships are going to play out. On the one hand you have lady Barb , on the other hand you Void, then you have Sergeant Miles . So you have one paternal figure, and adopted father, and a maternal figure with Emily caught in the middle. This will an epic parental battle that may leave Emily shaken to her core. I really await the unfolding.

      • Paul (Drak Bibliophile) Howard November 25, 2016 at 11:58 pm #

        Well, Lady Barb and Sergeant Miles are basically a couple and so far Void hasn’t shown any interest in making Emily “chose” sides between him & Lady Barb.

        IE if Void is “using” Emily in his plans, his plans seems to assume that Lady Barb is involved in helping Emily.

  11. Troy November 23, 2016 at 7:07 am #

    Keep up the great work and take your time.

  12. Ashley November 23, 2016 at 5:51 pm #

    Love your books! I’m so grateful you are so quick because I’m addicted. Please don’t have Caleb turn on Emily. I think she needs that real connection in her life. Can’t wait to read all of them!

  13. KrisP November 23, 2016 at 10:00 pm #

    Therefore I can only say only one thing: “Live long and prosper Chris”

  14. William Ameling November 23, 2016 at 10:32 pm #

    Actually, I think that the idea that Robert Jordan had with marriages in the Sea Folk (in the Wheel of Time series) was a good one. It recognized that in a marriage partners might be at different status/authority levels at various points in their lives and marriage, and that those relative levels could change. The idea that he used was that whoever had the higher status in public, would defer to other in their private lives. When both men and women can be powerful as leaders, particularly generals, as well as magicians, maintaining some kind of balance will be needed in marriages, particularly when magicians have very long life spans.

  15. PuffinMuffin November 24, 2016 at 12:53 am #

    yes yes yes…

  16. Mip November 25, 2016 at 10:43 am #

    Weren’t the fists of justice the group of zealots in Benificence, where the bank was located or am I misremembering? So will we be going back there after TSA?
    Is [classified] the location we’ve been hearing about in TSA?

    • William Ameling November 27, 2016 at 1:40 am #

      The Hands of Justice were what we saw in Benificence when Emily visited Caleb’s parents in book 8. I think that there was a reference in an earlier book (probably book 4 or book 6) about the religion that worshiped the god of Justice taking advantage of the new printing press technologies to print books/religious tracts etc. When Emily was visiting Benificence she was told that that Hands of Justice were helping to police the city, and she thinks about the history of Earth in regards to religious police and the temptations of power and abuses there of. I expect the religion of Justice is more widespread than Caleb’s home city, particularly in Cockatrice and Kingdom of Zangaria who border that city and where those printing technologies are widespread, as well as the social turmoil that The Child of Destiny, i.e. Emily, started with all of her changes, ideas, and technologies.

      The Fists of Justice sounds like a more forceful version, possibly military, of the Hands of Justice. We might see them supporting the Allied States side in the war against a Necromancer in TSA (book 11) but I am not sure about that. I think it is more likely we will see them in the aftermath to TSA, i.e. book 12 (given it’s title) and I would not be surprised to see Benificence, Cockatrice, and Zangaria as the principle places of action in that Book. I am expecting that we may see Nanette’s new master, the behind the scenes bad guy magician in one or both books (11 and 12). We may even see attempts by him to use (manipulate) the Fists of Justice to support a revolution in Zangaria (I think this is a likely possibility) in book 12.

    • chrishanger November 29, 2016 at 10:08 am #

      That’s them


  17. georgephillies November 27, 2016 at 4:48 am #

    And now she has done it again, two different things, which her nominal superiors are going to be a bit disturbed by. Not that they were bad things, but “You did WHAT?” As I recall, she has still not said things about her time travel adventure.

    • georgephillies November 27, 2016 at 4:49 am #

      On due consideration, she did three things in that category.

    • Paul (Drak Bibliophile) Howard November 27, 2016 at 12:59 pm #

      She told the new Grandmaster.

      Of course, even if he hadn’t asked her to keep quiet about that, Emily IMO isn’t likely to want to talk about it.

      IE It makes her look more like the “Child Of Destiny” and she doesn’t like that title.

  18. G November 27, 2016 at 7:37 am #

    Wonderful writing and book–shaping up as one of your best..,you might consider having Emily get an idea of how to do lady barb’s “technically forbidden” spell when she observed it or when she uses her expanded awareness to examine her could create interesting opportunities for future interactions with barb…ditto for Emily experimenting with void’s approaches to offensive and defensive magics…

  19. William Ameling November 27, 2016 at 2:58 pm #

    As I indicated above, Emily’s true Master to her apprenticeship is a critical and difficult choice because of the oaths involved, including obedience (I think) and secrecy, her control and knowledge of the Wards and Nexus Point at Whitehall, and the almost parental authority over her. She has a number of spells and ideas that she does not want getting out, and it will be very difficult (almost impossible) for her to conceal them from her apprentice Master, if that person really wants to find out about them. So it will have to be someone that she can trust with those some/most of those secrets/spells as well someone strong enough and knowledgeable enough to train her to her Mastership. In many respects it almost has to be Void who already knows some her secrets, already has a parental relationship to her, is very powerful, can (probably) be trusted, and can really teach her about the highest levels of magic and the White Council of the Allied Lands. The one problem might be him training her to the non magical sides of dealing with soldiers and officers in combat for a Military Magic Mastership (if that is the way she goes). Getting that kind of training is why she will probably be going to Stronghold, probably after graduation from Whitehall, i.e.for a 7th year at Stronghold which has a 7 year program. Whitehall seems to not have a strong program in Military Magic compared to Stronghold which specializes in it.

    If Void is not her apprentice Master, she will almost need a “post doctorial” (as we would call it on Earth) type of position with him afterwards, because he will be almost the only one who could fully train her at that level. About the only other candidate would be Grand Master Gordian, who dislikes her, is too busy running Whitehall, and wants her away from Whitehall. The old Grand Master, if he had lived, would probably have the best one to train Emily because of their mutual ties to Whitehall and mutual respect and trust, but she does have access to his library at the house she inherited from him, as well as the library at Mountaintop which she also owns.

    So save some time (and SIM Books) and have her apprentice/study under Void instead of putting it off and having to do it later anyway.

    An interesting question, Has Void made Emily his heir to his Tower and possessions yet? It is the logical result of him adopting her into his family (who else could he choose?). She has already been the heir to two very powerful magicians.

    • William Ameling November 27, 2016 at 3:03 pm #

      or three very powerful magicians, if you count the Grand Master of Mountaintop as well as Aurelius at Mountaintop.

      • William Ameling November 28, 2016 at 12:49 am #

        I know I was suggesting Caleb’s parents as well, but they can be training her in Book 11 (TSA), and like others have suggested it would be awkward for her to apprentice to her prospective parents-in-law. Also she might not want to let them learn as much about her spells as they would in an apprentice Master relationship. There are also various oaths involved that she might not be ready to swear to them as Master(s), particularly before she has finished her Courtship and probably marries Caleb. If she does marry Caleb, will she learn any family spells? I think that those are normally passed down in a direct blood relationship, i.e. not marriage.

    • G November 30, 2016 at 4:31 am #

      Given Emily didn’t have a good experience in the modern world, and given technological progress + sorcery inevitably leads to an easy nuke spell, why does Emily want to found a research university or encourage our science?? Muskets are enough to defeat orcs…

      • Paul (Drak Bibliophile) Howard November 30, 2016 at 5:07 am #

        But not necromancers. 😉

        IIRC Emily’s “nuke spell” was the result of her trying to find ways to “create power” to fuel stronger spells in order to aid in the defeat of the necromancers.

        Also, while Emily doesn’t want to return “home”, she does see ways that the Nameless World can be made better via ideas from Our World.

        The thing to remember is that Emily’s reasons to “not return” relate to her family life not because she dislikes the comforts of our world.

      • G November 30, 2016 at 2:51 pm #

        teaching scientific method to world of sorcerers still dangerous…better understanding of physics will lead to nuke spell…not difficult…

      • chrishanger December 6, 2016 at 9:45 am #

        Open up new technological development


  20. Fatty December 1, 2016 at 12:17 am #

    Any update on anticipate release date?

    • Paul (Drak Bibliophile) Howard December 1, 2016 at 3:49 am #

      IIRC Chris and family were heading to another British SF con.

      He won’t be able to work on it until IIRC early next week.

      He may not be around to give an update on the release date for awhile.

      • William Ameling December 1, 2016 at 7:37 pm #

        What does IIRC stand for? I have seen you use it before.

      • Paul (Drak Bibliophile) Howard December 1, 2016 at 8:02 pm #

        IIRC means “If I remember Correctly”.

    • chrishanger December 6, 2016 at 9:46 am #

      Probably Jan or Feb, I think.


  21. William Ameling December 1, 2016 at 7:38 pm #

    Also what happened to Unlucky (which was renamed I think) and it’s publication date?

    • Paul (Drak Bibliophile) Howard December 1, 2016 at 8:04 pm #

      It’s now titled “Cursed Command” and is scheduled for Mar 7th.

      From what Chris said, the publisher want to release the paperback version at the same time as the e-version.

      • William Ameling December 1, 2016 at 10:23 pm #

        Thank you, I was wondering about both.

        I am expecting that Emily will be picking up the third notch on her gun, figuratively speaking, and will take out another Necromancer (or more than one) in in Book 11 TSA.

        It will be interesting to see her working with Caleb’s parents in a real combat magic campaign, and to see what what she learns from them, Miles, and Lady Barb (who I expect will be involved). It will also be interesting to see what new ideas and spells she developes. Plus, it will be interesting to see if she meets anyone else from her past on the Nameless World (both good and Bad). There is also the question of Void becoming involved. It should be an interesting book, but I expect Caleb to be left behind and be unhappy about it. (A FEW too many “interestings” in that paragraph, GRIN).

    • chrishanger December 6, 2016 at 9:47 am #

      It’s now called Cursed Command and it’s due in March.


  22. Jason December 15, 2016 at 10:16 pm #

    Has it ever been said outright that Void and the former Grandmaster were brothers? I can’t remember if that was ever stated or if it is just a theory that I have read somewhere or just in my head.

    • Paul (Drak Bibliophile) Howard December 15, 2016 at 10:30 pm #

      Void’s background is still a mystery.

      There appeared to be some connection but nothing has been mentioned in the books.

      • Wazman December 18, 2016 at 11:10 pm #

        I wonder if there a more complex connection between Void and Emily

      • Paul (Drak Bibliophile) Howard December 18, 2016 at 11:19 pm #

        If you’re wondering if Emily is actually Void’s daughter, Chris has already said that Void isn’t Emily’s father. 😀

  23. Fatty December 18, 2016 at 10:50 pm #

    Some things to point out:

    Fatty invited her to a special meeting when they met at the fair. I assume this meeting will be discussed or she will attend it at a later date. She might meet her master there.

    Lets not forget the demon vision of the Gorgon and her being chained up and having people try to seal her magic using the forbidden spell. I suspect that their will be a book where she goes to visit the gorgons. As for the forbidden spell I believe it will drive her to completely isolating herself from the rest of the wizarding community (like Void). I believe that the dark robed Magician is Void or someone acting on Voids behalf who is slowly driving her to isolate herself the magical community and pushing her to be ruthless, as Lin pointed out to him. Void was happy when she abandoned her Barony and insists that all she needs to learn is Magic and furthering her skills. Voids only real concern appears to be the Necromancers and the threat they pose.

    Lets not forget that she has the former Mountaintops Grandmaster book. Taking into consideration her tendency to read and do research to merge her knowledge with the magical world i could see her going into isolation for a few years with the books she has to further her knowledge. This may well happen after the Pentagram spell fails (from the demon vision).

    I believe the “secret” to the Inverse Shadow will be solved by Emily and it will prove to be her sorcerer’s tower.

    On a side note if i were her i would find a way to make sure that is she loses her magic either by potion or some other means it releases her Death Viper from his stasis. She had that issue in Past Tense and hopefully she finds a way to rectify that issue. Having the deadliest animal on the planet as a backup is only useful if you can use it.

    On a final note, any news on the release date for TSA? Last i checked we were going through final drafts and haven’t heard much since…. Would be a good Holiday Gift if it came out soon…..

    • Paul (Drak Bibliophile) Howard December 18, 2016 at 11:24 pm #

      I’ve had one scary thought about the demon vision of the Gorgon being chained up.

      We know that the Gordon’s people worship the Faere and there has been speculation that Emily will have to help deal with the Faere.

      Perhaps, the Gordon has been captured assisting the Faere in the Faere’s attempt to take over the Nameless World. 😦

  24. Whitefish June 16, 2017 at 8:54 pm #

    Just a quick thought. When will the schooled in magic book 13 the gordian knot be released

  25. Dad January 19, 2018 at 6:55 am #

    Just curious if anyone can answer if this book series is appropriate for a 12 year old? I have tried finding out information online, but is fairly sparse so I am hoping someone here can help out. Thanks!

    • KrisP January 19, 2018 at 6:49 pm #

      It’s hard to say, not too much violence and no sexual content in books one to eight, brief and small sex scenes and hints from nine up.
      But you should read it all to get the complete overview 😉

    • chrishanger January 28, 2018 at 10:35 am #

      I think so, but I was a pretty weird 12-year-old .

      The Zero Blessing is a little more kid-friendly.


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