Wrath, Prequel to Tredan's Bane

Rated 4.75/5 based on 8 reviews
A retired Enchanter battles a powerful magician to keep a dangerous spell book from falling into the wrong hands. More
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About Lita Burke

I’m an indie fantasy author. I’m an avid reader and enjoy downloading titles by new writers onto my Kindle. I work a day job and write my novels early in the morning before the day clutters up my brain.

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A retired Enchanter battles a powerful magician to keep a dangerous spell book from falling into the wrong hands.

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Reviews of Wrath, Prequel to Tredan's Bane by Lita Burke

K T Bowes reviewed on June 13, 2015

Wrath is enough of a hook to make you buy the first in the series, entitled Tredan’s Bane. It sets the scene as a man is taken prisoner in a hideously violent kidnap. It gives you an insight into Tredan and what his Bane actually is and it offers another viewpoint before the action begins in the first novel. It is well worth reading and is enough to make you go on and grab the series.
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David Rose reviewed on June 7, 2014

Clearly, this is only a prequel: the story is extremely abbreviated. However, the implied story is so much present between the lines, and so intriguing, that I decided to make it five stars from my rating of 4.5. Burke writes outstandingly well. This introduction to Tredan's Bane contains one of the finest magical combat scenes I have read in some forty years of reading fantasy. Having read the prequel I am left with the impression that Lita Burke has worked out this fantasy world in depth; that she tells a story very well indeed; and that I really want to read the full story!

Disclosure: I received a free review copy of this book for a honest and objective, non-reciprocal review.
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Unicorn Productions Books reviewed on July 12, 2012

a good world building setting up for the novel. Interesting views of magic - should try the novel sometime in the future.
Short but good!
(review of free book)
Jaq D. Hawkins reviewed on April 12, 2012

I love a good bit of magic in a Fantasy novel, and that's the trick: making it GOOD. Lita Burke has accomplished this in setting up a world where magic works by rules that make sense and the hero isn't always the most powerful magician.

Wrath is the Prequel to Tredan's Bane, which I've just started reading. It looks very promising and I'm looking forward to continuing the story. Most importantly, I want to know what happens now that I've seen how the Prequel ties in with what I've read so far. Intriguing and original in many points.

And there are dragonettes, you can't go wrong with dragonettes!
(review of free book)
lfsims reviewed on April 9, 2012

Very short, but a good book it is a different twist to magic than other books I have read. If you like fantasy it's a must read. I can't wait for more.
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Magda M. Olchawska reviewed on Jan. 27, 2012

Tredan and Lanith are Enchanters who live in a small town of Isor and run magical shop. Their lives seem to be pretty ordinary until one day Tredan receives an unexpected visit from Church Enforcer who reminds him about the life he left behind years ago.

Lita Burke introduces her readers to a new world of Enchanters, Earth magic and various kinds of Charms.

“Wrath, Prequel to Tredan’s Bane” is a lovely, imaginative short story that leaves the reader wanting more and reaching for the “Tredan’s Bane” novel to be immersed in this wonderful fantasy word.

I would recommend the story to anyone who loves fantasy to fuel your imagination with a new, undiscovered world of fantasy.
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Jill Usher reviewed on Jan. 19, 2012

While I'm not an avid reader and the bain of many an English teacher, I do know that you can tell a good read when it immediately pulls you into the story and you find yourself half way through it before you realize what’s happened. This is a fast paced, entertaining and magical world. Well done!
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Bernadine Langan-Smith reviewed on Jan. 16, 2012

Wrath creates a recipe for disaster for the Enchanters, one ingredient at a time, if a secret journal containing magic spells is located and falls into the wrong hands. It brings the reader to a fantasy world of spells and enchantments where doors are locked by protective charms and marriage rings carry an essence of spells that identify its partners.

One of the main characters, Tredan, is overcome by a magical charm spell shipped to his store in a box. The charm has been wrapped with velvet and tied with silk cord. Both of which sound beautiful and elegant and make you want more. This compulsion charm would bewitch Tredan, and try to force him to surrender his secret journal filled with new and powerful magic spells.

Wrath has a mysterious, magic filled, creative and intriguing storyline. I found myself immediately drawn to the relationships between the characters and wanting to escape into this fantasy world. The air quickly thickens as Tredan’s Bane unfolds. Wrath is a fantasy inspiring both originality and creative plot.
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