Praise for Spellwright
[STARRED REVIEW] From the very start, Charlton draws us into Nico’s world. The character is eminently believable, and his difficulty with spelling will strike a chord with many. Charlton’s unique take on how magic is cast will tickle magic fans despite, or because of, its bearing very little resemblance to magic à la Harry Potter…[The story’s end leaves] readers anxiously expecting the next batch of his adventures.
SPELLWRIGHT is a well-crafted epic fantasy that mines the author’s own experiences living with dyslexia for a new twist on a classic story, and like Weal himself, Charlton has managed to turn what some might consider a curse into a powerful gift.
—Realms of Fantasy Magazine
As always this blog post is overdue. However, I am happy to report that I have just confirmed with Tor Books that the US publication of Spellbreaker will land either in late spring or early summer 2016. I’m crossing my fingers for a June publication date. The coming year will also see the publication, at […]Read More