The Battlemage: Summoner, Book Three (The Summoner Trilogy #3) (Paperback)
Other Books in Series
This is book number 3 in the The Summoner Trilogy series.
The epic conclusion to Taran Matharu’s New York Times bestselling epic fantasy Summoner Trilogy, The Battlemage is an action-packed adventure of a young man gifted—or cursed—with an extraordinary and terrifying power…
Fletcher and his classmates from Vocans Academy—including the elf Sylva and the dwarf Othello—travel through the ether, where they must pursue a mortally dangerous quest to rebuild their world and broker peace. As he leads a small army of soldiers, Fletcher will face his biggest challenge yet: his nemesis, the albino orc, Khan, who seeks to destroy everything Fletcher loves.
The Summoner Trilogy
Also in the Summoner series
The Outcast (Summoner: The Prequel)
The Summoner’s Handbook
A Fine Welcome: Othello’s Journey (A Summoner Short Story)
About the Author
Taran Matharu is the author of the Contender trilogy (The Chosen, The Challenger) and the New York Times bestselling Summoner series (The Novice, The Inquisition). He lives in London, England.
Praise for the Summoner series:
"A fast-paced, familiar tale with strong echoes of Tolkien, Pullman, and Pokémon." —Kirkus Reviews
"A young orphan makes friends (and enemies) at a magic school in this solid series opener. Fletcher is appealing precisely because of his Everyman qualities: he is not the smartest or the strongest, but he is a loyal friend and a fierce fighter against injustice." —Kirkus Reviews
"The appealing characters, fast-paced plot, focus on racial politics, and interesting demon varieties (demonology addendum included) make this an enjoyable read." —School Library Journal
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