• The Blue Mage Goes to Earth

  • The Blue Mage Raised by Dragons, Book 4
  • By: Virlyce
  • Narrated by: Mare Trevathan
  • Length: 12 hrs and 35 mins
  • 4.7 out of 5 stars (338 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Due to reasons, Vur and co. wind up going through a portal to early modern Earth. Shenanigans ensue.

This is the sequel to A Demon and a Dragon.

©2021 Jason Liu (P)2021 Jason Liu

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Hmmm... 🤔

I really enjoyed these books when it first started, the character was fun, OP, but funny as hell and still entertaining. But as the books continue, they're no longer about the blue mage? It's about other random characters and they're confrontations. I'll probably still finish it, but it's nowhere near as entertaining as the first 2 books..

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loved the previous installments

This book doesn't do the series justice. The setting completely changes and feels like they just said what if we had the cast go to Earth in a historical context instead of progressing the storyline.

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Nothing-burger

The performance, as always is great. But the story is just a long rambling nothing sandwich. Nothing happens, and it takes 12 hours to do so. I've listened to all of Virlyce's novels for Blue mage and Squirrel - loved them all, but this one is pointless.

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Wonderful

Love Love Loved this book just as great as the rest of the series was laughing all the way through.

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A filler story

Honestly as much as I love this authors work I have to be honest. Both this book and their most recent God Kings Legacy books are about 70% filler.

Oh don’t get me wrong there are pieces that will likely come in to play in future books in both series that are shown in these books so it’s not like it’s completely filler.

It’s just quite a bit of both books are things that don’t really move the story forward in any way. I am looking forward to the next true books in both series’s.

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Too fractured

This story was too fractured for my liking. I don't really like jumping between 5 characters randomly. Just my personal preference. I am sure it does recombine, but I lost interest halfway through.

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great story as always

put the story in a different light but still entertaining.

can't wait for a story with Vir meeting Lucia ( the God King legacy)

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Good but ultimately inconsequential.

It would have been very interesting to see them face off against our modern military with some political nods thrown in when they overthrow our governments. instead we see over powered magic users facing off against bows and arrows. still interesting, but not the "modern" earth I was hoping for.

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Top Notch!

Virlyce and Mare do it again! Love the story line and humor. Keep them coming!

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pretty good

this was definitely an interesting storyline, there weren't really any big villains in this book, but it wasn't boring.