Spellwright left me spell bound. I loved the intriguing plot and captivating way of using magic.
Black Charlton does a surpurb job painting his own fantasy world that is much different then any other I have read. Three moons in the sky and ancient buildings are only some of the beautiful pictures he paints with words in this book.
It is about a young man named Nicodemus Weal, he desperately wants to be a wizard, not lame wizards who use wands and staves, but a real wizard, one who spells words. A Spellwright.
But there is a problem. He is a Cacographer. He touches the spells that he or another wrights out and the words jumble, miss form, and usually end in the breaking of the spell, or at worst blowing up in his face.
This is a great book for any dyslexic person, not to single them out, but anyone in the family of a dyslexic, my brother is, and this book earned a spe