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“Louis Sauvain’s grand fantasy novel Thaddeus of Beewicke, the first volume in his Collegium Sorcerorum Trilogy, goes beyond mere imitation of celebrated fantasy series like Tolkien’s Lord of the Rings, Rowling’s Harry Potter, and Mary Stewart’s Merlin. With Thaddeus of Beewicke, Sauvain has created something new and exciting. Taken from bits and pieces of history and from mythological tropes of many different cultures, Sauvain’s novel is a magical coming-of-age tale. Straight out of Joseph Campbell’s book of comparative mythology, The Hero with a Thousand Faces, protagonist Thaddeus falling into the category of larger-than-life characters like Robert E. Howard’s Conan the Barbarian and T.H. White’s renditions of King Arthur and Merlin."
LEE GOODEN / FOREWORD REVIEWS
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