Forgemaster (Book 1 in the Spirit Guide Saga)

Rated 4.14/5 based on 7 reviews
Life is fickle, short and unfair. Everyone had bad days. Death is the end... or is it?
Ethan finds this out on his worst day in life and gets the truly rare second chance after being fired, lost his grandparents, finds his girlfriend sleeping with his vindictive brother and then gets crushed to death by a semi trying to save a girl from that same fate. In death he meets the angel of his life. More
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About H. Lee Morgan, Jr

I'm Lee,
As a child I've always had a vivid imagination, but it wasn't until I was in a swimming accident and becoming paralyzed due to having my neck broken at the age of 14 that I could bring my imagination to life, through writing. My life has undoubtedly been harsher than others, being forced to live in a wheelchair and all, but my imagination, personality and drive to continue has helped me to write. It's impossible to know if I'd still write if not for being a quadriplegic, but I've come to enjoy writing and sharing my passion and stories with others.

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Diseased reviewed on Sep. 21, 2015

The series is not quite up to par with his others but it is still a very enjoyable read. The hatred of some of the characters towards the main character is slightly unreasonable. I feel like this series would have benefited from an additional book because the final book felt very rushed.
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BlueFireGod reviewed on April 3, 2015

Book is okay, would've given more stars if i include book 2 in the review but i wont.
Originality is hard to find, the start of the book is 99,99% ripped off from yu yu hakusho (a japanese manga/anime)
In both cases :
main character died a pointless dead saving a child
Both main characters get resurrected by fate
Both main characters have the same trial and pass it the same way.

A few minor differences in age and storyline, the story is also a lot more adult themed then the manga.
Only later in the book will the story change into a more original setting but even then there's too much similarity to yu yu hakusho.
I liked the read and i will reread it some times, would've liked to have a more original story line though.

For those that haven't heard/read/watched yu yu hakusho i can recommend this book. For those that did watch/read it prepare to see a lot of similarity's.

Overall the story is not that bad
Grammar could be better but i've seen a lot worse.(like my own grammar)
As the story goes on it gets more original, would've liked that from the start though.
Fast paced story line with not many boring moments.
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Chaos B. reviewed on Dec. 8, 2014

Similar to the Death Incarnate Saga, a little rough in spots(mostly dealing with tenses), but the core story is an enjoyable one with an interesting world and characters.
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lLaura Kelley reviewed on Oct. 19, 2014
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I wanted to read this book, as the premise sounded promising. I couldn't make it past the eighth page due to the poor grammar, horribly mixed tenses and misuse of words. When your skills improve, dear author, I look forward to trying again.
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octavia mackey reviewed on Oct. 11, 2014

great story
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manicmini reviewed on Oct. 5, 2014

Compelling superhero action packed read, even if somewhat risque for my tastes.
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Jeanne Jernegan reviewed on Sep. 25, 2014

A Great Read!!!
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Mitesh Ojha reviewed on Sep. 24, 2014

A beautifully written book. Fast paced, never a moment of being bored.

Loved the writing and combining some of folk lores with imagination to create a stunning story.

Waiting eagerly for the next book.
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