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Cobo March 31, at AM. But running has consequences, and he will realize that only he holds the key to stop the shadow terrorizing the land of Terremar. For just as a maskmaker creates a mask of legend by power and life sacrificed, only by power and sacrifice can one be uncreated.
The Maskmaker's Apprentice
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Mar 21, Daveski rated it liked it Shelves: kindle. Some of them seem kind of crap - I started two different ones and gave up after the first chapter of each - but this one was pretty decent.
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The basic story is pretty standard fantasy fare - an ancient evil is unleashed, an unlikely hero goes on a quest to stop it, has adventures along the way, etc. What makes this novel somewhat unique is that everything is centered around masks - everyone wears a mask at all times, and it represents their role in society and gives them abilities and knowledge related to that role. Children start off with a simple wooden mask, and once they become an apprentice to a tradesman they are given a new mask that gives them skills in that trade.
Some masks imbue the wearer with magical powers, and they can become wizards, shape-shifters, etc. Others are forced on them by others - slave and prisoner masks, for example.
It's a neat idea that has potential, although I think the author could've done more with the concept. Other than the masks, there isn't much else to write home about. The writing is mostly passable, although the dialogue often feels awkward. The pacing is strange - the hero will be in the middle of a battle with the villain, but then run away for a bit and spend some leisurely time fishing. It feels very much like a first novel.
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Overall, I enjoyed reading it, but not enough to really recommend to others. If the concept sounds interesting it's a quick enough read to give it a shot at least. It's part of a series of course but I don't think I'll continue with it.
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