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The Unteleported Mage (eBook)
|The Unteleported Mage|
The Unteleported Mage eBook Cover,
written by Dou7g and Amanda Lash
|Publisher||Amazon Digital Services|
|Publication date||August 23, 2015|
|Preceded by||Ogres vs Dinosaurs|
|Followed by||Who's Your Dryad|
The Unteleported Mage is an eBook written by Dou7g and Amanda Lash. It is the sixteenth work in the Succubus Temptations series by this author. In this work the character Kendra is a Succubus.
- Title: The Unteleported Mage
- Author: Dou7g and Amanda Lash
- Published By: Amazon Digital Services
- Length: 45 Pages
- Format: eBook
- ASIN: B014CM1BXQ
- Publishing Date: August 23, 2015
Other Works in this Series on SuccuWiki
- Succubus Temptation
- Succubus Magic
- Seduction 101
- Succubus Temptations: Volume 1
- Succubus vs Vampire
- The Vampire Strikes Back
- The Return of the Yeti
- Succubus Temptations: Books 4 - 6
- Succubus Adventures
- The Millennium Falchion
- Succubus Quest
- The Succubus and The Dark Elf
- Demons and Diplomacy
- Magic and Metaphors
- Ogres vs Dinosaurs
- Who's Your Dryad
- Hell On Heels
- Demon Queen's Gambit
- Megan aka Demon Queen
- Beholder Baseball and Other Bad Ideas
- Succubus Journey
In this installment Magnus is out for a melancholy walk in the rain when he runs into a company of knights, a vanguard of an invading force. He runs for his life but he is woefully out of shape. Edmund, a fellow scholar and swordsman comes to his aid, and a battle ensues. Meanwhile Phil the Ogre and Lorelei the Dark Elf work out their differences. Later a trio of powerful mages arrive and it is up to Megan, Amy and the succubus Kendra to stop the forces of good from taking back the kingdom from "The Dark Queen of Demons" otherwise known as Megan.
The following review was originally published by Tera on her Blog, A Succubi's Tale on September 27, 2015
Magnus is in the midst of a quandary when he encounters a new threat to Megan’s realm. The encounter turns towards the question of life and then the questions become moot. Edmund finds that he is more than he realizes while the rest of the assembled group tries to figure out where they all stand with each other in the meantime.
This work in the series actually turns towards some really fascinating theological discussions and I did quite enjoy the repartee which unfolded around Magus and Edmund. Beyond that, there is an encounter between Lorelei and Phil that runs the gambit from funny to serious and then ends on a note that I hope does bode well for the future.
Kendra appears once again, the scenes with her being a mix of erotic fun, humour, and a little bit of dark seriousness at times, but in that comes a little bit of the “superiority” in her character and while that makes sense in the moment, I felt that the last scene mattered more, when Megan turned to her after the battle was over. There’s something developing and I do want to see where that goes from here.
But the focus of this work is upon Edmund, and in being so there’s a lot of character development that comes through in the story. There’s a moment where he comes to realize that he is more than he accepts himself to be. It’s possibly the most strongly felt moment in the series for him all things considered. With all that happens in the series around Megan and the development in her character and that of others, it’s good to see Edmund get his moment to shine.
As in all of the series, there’s a lot of fun, humour and double entendres that made me smile. As well, there are a few new characters that come into play here, all of which I think will add something interesting to the story to come.
Four pitchforks out of five.
Every bit of the humour, the story, and the characters that have been in the series so far. But also a turning point for two of them and what happens from here does make me wonder what will be coming next.