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Book two takes place three months after the events of book one. Thomas and his friends seem to believe the battle is over though more dangers await them.
The plot was well done since it picks up where the previous book left off. The story was already established with new ideas put into place. This was another fun adventure.
Most of the characters were already introduced in the first book. We get to know them a little more in this one but it’s refreshing to see them again. The kids are the lot of fun to follow in this story. They’re serious when they need to be but their kid-antics and mannerisms still come out here and there and it’s realistic.
Even though this book is classified as middle grade, I think it’s a fun read for all ages. The writing style isn’t “too young” yet it’s not complicated for a younger audience.
Thomas Wildus and the Wizard of Sumeria
“Dying would be a terribly ineffective way to save the world.”
J.M. Bergen, Thomas Wildus and the Wizard of Sumeria
About The Author
J.M.’s debut fantasy/magic series originally started as a bedtime story for his oldest son. The story turned into a saga, and one book turned into five.
When J.M. isn’t working on the Thomas Wildus books, you can find him playing with his kids, napping, or dreaming up new adventures.
If you ever meet him and can’t think of anything to talk about, you might ask about Herman the Shark, the Kai and Eli stories, or why Riddle-Master by Patricia McKillip is his all-time favorite book. Or maybe, just maybe, you’ll have questions and stories of your own (if you do, he’ll think that’s far more interesting).