This second book of the series is not quite as Child - Friendly as the first book. It does have profanity and rather bloody violence. But the premise and the action scenes will appeal to young readers.
The Magic, the School, and the Magimals...all great. However, (like the first ), this book has editing/proofreading errors, too many exclamations of one sort of another, and stilted dialogue. Very strange comments add to the reading confusion. Although the World Building is good, the characters need more depth.
Again, like the first book--even though I'm enjoying the reads, the issues stated above prevent me from considering this book a 4-Star. I still consider this series to be a good read, and I am looking forward to the next book. Guess I'm still a kid at heart.
Two years after the MagiMax incident, everything seemed to be peaceful. Until one day, Soarame and his friends received a threat from an unknown source. The unbelievable discoveries thus come one after another...
About the Author
While people may think 'magic fantasy authors' are the opposite of 'scientists', Weiqi Wang preserves his own opinions. As a D. Phil (Doctor of Philosophy, but it actually means a scientific doctor) on bioengineering graduated from Oxford University, Weiqi loves to be both. After all, philosophy is to explain the world; some choose to use scientific languages, some put it also in fantasy.