The Farfield Curse (Bran Hambric, #1)

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  • Hardcover
  • 430 pages
  • The Farfield Curse (Bran Hambric, #1)
  • Kaleb Nation
  • English
  • 25 July 2017
  • 1402218575

About the Author: Kaleb Nation

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The Farfield Curse (Bran Hambric, #1) Bran Hambric Was Found Alone In A Locked Bank Vault When He Was Six Years Old He Doesn T Have A Clue How He Got There, Or Any Memory Of His Past There S Only One Explanation Magic But Magic Is Outlawed In The Great And Glorious City Of Dunce.Eight Years Later, A Twisted, Hissing Creature Confronts Bran And His Foster Father, Sewey, On Their Rooftop Sewey Believes It S A Gnome, But Not Bran Sewey Isn T The Brightest Duncelander To Begin With Bran Soon Discovers That Whatever Leapt Onto His Roof Is Connected To The He Never Knewand That Bran Himself Is The Missing Link In A Plot So Secret And Evil That Those Behind It Will Stop At Nothing To Hunt Him Down.Armed With Wands And Weapons, Bran S Enemies Are About To Attack With All The Power Of A Horrible Curse And A Terrible Crime Magic Won T Be The Only Law Broken In The City Of Dunce

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10 thoughts on “The Farfield Curse (Bran Hambric, #1)

  1. Sarah says:

    This is a great example of what Christopher Paolini SHOULD have donewritten the book when he was 13 and then spend 6 years editing it so that it s actually well written Of course, Paolini has sold so many copies, who am I to judge Anyways, onto Bran Hambric.The start of the story didn t really grip me I waded through and was really glad I did Nation did a great job building the suspense, hitting a climax, and setting us up for the next one well, next 4, but only one at a time I This is a great example of what Christopher Paolini SHOULD have donewritten the book when he was 13 and then spend 6 years editing it so that it s actually well written Of course, Paolini has sold so many copies, who am I to judge Anyways, onto Bran Hambric.The start of the story didn t really grip me I waded through and was really glad I did Nation did...

  2. Sam says:

    A book for Harry Potter readers that isn t quite Harry Potter Okay, you can t help but draw out the similarities boy who happens to be a magician living with people who don t want him to be around but who ends up being super important in the whole magic world Outside of that, there aren t a whole lot of similarities this is a self contained book that I don t really see anything else arising out of That is unfortunately one of its weak points as well young author Kaleb Nation took a great A book for Harry Potter readers that isn t quite Harry Potter Okay, you can t help but draw out the similarities boy who happens to be a magician living with people who don t want him to be around but who ends up being super important in the whole magic world Outside of that, there aren t a whole lot of similarities this is a self contain...

  3. Madison Mcgraw says:

    Horrible Poor Imitation of Harry Potter Even the cover is a rip off This is getting good press reviews b c the author built a loyal following of Twilight lovers Kaleb Nation even went so far as to write a press release that he would play new Edward Cullen in the new Twilight m...

  4. Lauren says:

    After reading that the author of this, Kaleb Nation, had started Bran Hambric when he was 14 and continued it throughout his teen years, I was solidly impressed Sadly enough that while his dedication to his book payed off by having an interesting and partly unique story filled with some great characters, I was at most times bored with the actual plot at hand since it mostly lacked in action and suspense Bran was a character that I enjoyed reading about and could sympathize with his feeling of After reading that the author of this, Kaleb Nation, had started Bran Hambric when he was 14 and continued i...

  5. Erica says:

    Never finished.

  6. Julie says:

    This book is aimed for 8 12 but would be fine for the young adult crowd, in my opinion the main character is 14 I got interested in this after reading Kaleb Nation s Twilight Guy website Kaleb s writing is entertaining and intelligent, and I ve been looking forward to reading his book for some time.I bought it the day it came out, but hadn t gotten around to it until now if you saw my bookcases, you d see why From the moment I picked it up, though, I was entertained and amused.Bran Hamb This book is aimed for 8 12 but would be fine for the young adult crowd, in my opinion the main character is 14 I got interested in this after reading Kaleb Nation s Twilight Guy website Kaleb s writing is entertaining and intelligent, and I ve been looking forward to reading his book for some time.I bought it the day it came out, but hadn t gotten around to it until now if you saw my bookcases, you d see why From the moment I picked it up, though, I was entertained and amused.Bran Hambric is a sympathetic, smart, fairly normal 14 year old, stuck in a household of loonies minus their housekeeper, Rosie Having been inexplicably found in a bank vault at the age of 6, Bran is taken in by the bank manager against much protest under the city of Dunce s finders keepers law hahaha The Wilomas family takes care of Bran but he is definitely in a Harry Potter like sit...

  7. LilyCat (Agent of SHIELD)-- on hiatus :( says:

    3.5 starsI read this a while ago, but I still remember a fair amount of the plot elements.Although today I d probably give it a lower ranking, when I read this about three or four years ago, I thought it was a little cliched, but surprisingly original in worldbuilding and setup Today, I m quite impressed the author started on this book at age 14 Anyway, the worldbuilding and background is original and pretty weird In the place where the book is set, magic is outlawed, and other magical people 3.5 starsI read this a while ago, but I still remember a fair amount of the plot elements.Although today I d probably give it a lower ranking, when I read this about three or four years ago, I thought it was a little cliched, but surprisingly original in worldbuilding and setup Today, I m quite impressed the author started on this book at age 14 Anyway, the worldbuilding and background is original and pretty weird In the place where the book is set, magic is ou...

  8. Jessica says:

    This book was very hard for me to get through It gets better as you go along, but I foudn the beginning so slow that I literally had to force myself to read this I even enjoyed Great Expectations better than this book Nation s sense of humor is much better than Dickens, though.The first part introduces the family and that s about it It s long, repetative, and nothing really happens The second part is slightly better, but not much The third and fourth parts contain most of the action and pl This book was very hard for me to get through It gets better as you go along, but I foudn the beginning so slow that I literally had to force myself to read this I even enjoyed Great Expectations better than this book Nation s sense of humor is much better than Dickens, though.The first part introduces the family and that s about it It s long, repetative, and nothing really happens The second part is slightly better, ...

  9. Laura says:

    I knew nothing about this book going in Someone had chosen it for a book club so I went along.I read the prologue and then had to flip to the about the author to see if it was even written by an adult I was both gratified to see it wasn t and glad to not be a creative writing teacher and have to constantly read this level of writing.I went on to read the first chapter and skim the second and then I could do noThere were honestly some good ideas If the book had been shelved as Mr Natio I knew nothing about this book going in Someone had chosen...

  10. Amelia Loken says:

    Couldn t finish it And I was listening to it on Audio as I painted Maybe, because I ve been reading so many books on editing, I wanted to cut to the chase and get the story started There were soooo many details about Bran s foster family I get it already They are self important boors who are obsessed with keeping up with the Jonesesreminds me too much of Harry Potter but without the humor and too much of the Dursleys Come On, I want the magic and the Hogwarts or whatever it is with th Couldn t finish it And I was listening to it on Audio as I painted Maybe, because I ve been reading so many books on editing, I wanted to cut to the chase and get the story started There were so...