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Ezra Sound: How I Became a Giant [Reading] ➿ Ezra Sound: How I Became a Giant Author M.W. Fowler – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk This is the first book in the Ezra Sound series by MW Fowler As Ezra Sound prepares for his winter break, desperately trying to not be fired from his college internship at Channel Say It in the heart This is How I eBook ✓ the first book in the Ezra Sound series by MW Fowler As Ezra Sound prepares for his winter break, desperately trying to not be fired from his college internship at Channel Say It Ezra Sound: ePUB í in the heart of London, he is thrust headfirst into a magical world, where he learns that he is much older than he thought he was, married to a beautiful red haired witch, Lauren, and that Sound: How I PDF Å some things are worse than exams and cannot be solved with chocolate With the help of Lauren, Ezra must solve mythical and historical clues that he left himself in a bewitched journal from a past he cannot remember, which takes him on a quest to discover why he is considered a giant among his new friends before the dark wizard, Malleus, finds the magical weapon Ezra hid in his past life and destroys both the magical and normal worlds Ezra Sound How I Became a Giant, a hero s quest filled with love, humor, and loads of action.


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  1. Caroline Caroline says:

    You might think that the world has had enough of wizards, witches, spells and magical places With seven Harry Potter books and eight movies, plus a Harry Potter world down in Florida, we ve been inundated with all things magical to the point where, after the last movie left theaters, the real world was ready to move on from magic After reading M.W Fowler s Ezra Sound How I Became a Giant, I realized I am not ready to move on from the worlds authors create for their magical beings I might You might think that the world has had enough of wizards, witches, spells and magical places With seven Harry Potter books and eight movies, plus a Harry Potter world down in Florida, we ve been inundated with all things magical to the point where, after the last movie left theaters, the real world was ready to move on from magic After reading M.W Fowler s Ezra Sound How I Became a Giant, I realized I am not ready to move on from the worlds authors create for their magical beings I might not ever be, but that s beside the point The point is books like Ezra Sound remind us that whatever your troubles in the real world, they are trivial compared to the troubles of magical creatures Harry Potter had Voldemort Ezra Sound has Malleus and Suellam and himself, in a way See, Ezra doesn t know who he really is and can t remember any of his real past He starts off thinking he is a regular human, an intern who loves chocolate and has a little crush on a girl in the office After a series of peculiar incidents, he finds out that wizards and witches along with all sorts of other creatures are living among humans, that there is a bad wizard out there who has replicated himself, and that the girl in the office he was crushing on is a witch and is actually his wife Little by little, he discoversand , like who Judge Spink is his wife s uncle , that he really hates spiders of all sizes , and why he can t remember any of his magical past he s under a spell that got rid of his memory, and if he remembers too much of his past all at once, his head will explode It s a lot to take in, not just for Ezra, but for readers as well Fowler throws us headfirst into the magical world, and at first it s a bit hard to keep up with While it s not ideal to be confused while reading a book, in this case it connects you evento Ezra, because he s probably just as confused as you are Nevertheless, the characters are enjoyable and trying to figure out the puzzles of Ezra s past while at the same time trying to figure out how he and his new mates can stop Malleus Suellam is both challenging and frustrating, but in a good way The ending is slightly disappointing, but teases tobooks to come


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