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לב המעגלIllers Reed complicates everything by falling hopelessly in love As the battle for survival grows ever personal can Reed protect himself and his friends as the Sons of Simeon close in around them File Under Fantasy Love Suared Stuck in the Margins Emotional Injection Fight the Powe. I am really hoping that people hear about this one It's an excellent alternate universe present day where magical talents exist and are dealt with in various ways by each country We mostly get to see Israel's way and the conflicts within There is a prejudicial divide between people with powers and those without but also factions within each The book's main conflict has to do with a group of sorcerers who believe that violence will bring about the future they want The characters we get to follow are all fantastic and it's a pleasure to become part of their friendships and relationships and their drive to see if it's possible to stop one of their friends from a future murder The exploration of their powers is interesting and mixes both tropes and innovation I especially liked learning about the precognitives

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Download â לב המעגל Í PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Î ❮Epub❯ ❧ לב המעגל Author Keren Landsman – Sorcerers fight for the right to exist and fall in love in this extraordinary alternate world fantasy thriller by award winning ISorcerers fight for the right to exist and fall in love in this extraordinary alternate world fantasy thriller by award winning Israeli author Keren Landsman Throughout human history there have always been sorcerers once idolised and now exploited for their powers In Israel the Son. I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review The Heart of the Circle by Keren Landsman is a timely Israel set urban fantasy novel in translation I can't uite decide if I particularly enjoyed this one or not What I did like about it is the magic Otherwise though I wish we had a better sense of the world the story is set in and if I were interested in the characters themselves

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S of Simeon a group of religious extremists persecute sorcerers while the government turns a blind eye After a march for eual rights ends in brutal murder empath moodifier and reluctant waiter Reed becomes the next target While his sorcerous and normie friends seek out his future k. What a strangely compelling book this was And when I say compelling I don't just mean your standard 'one chapter whoops bedtime was three hours ago' kind of compelling This book was like uicksand When I first sent it to my kind I opened it just to check that it had worked and the next thing I knew I was four chapters deep I'd plan to read a chapter or two with lunch and lose an afternoon I was late back from my lunch break at work yesterday and yes there were missed bedtimesPretty impressive considering I don't even know if I liked it that much Hell I honestly can't even pinpoint why I found it as compelling as I did Take the prose for example It might be a result of the translation this book was first published in Hebrew but I found it to be on the clunky side And yet there was an open uality to it a complete lack of pretense that made reading the sentences almost effortless It literally felt like the story was just flowing into meThe plot I should have loved Not because it's exiting or twisty but because it's really not the focus Plots happening in the background while characters angst at each other is basically my favourite flavour of book but even if the plot is in the background it should still make sense I mean the plot here isn't too complicated; in a world where sorcerers are both common and discriminated against a far right group wants to kill all the non sorcerers and take control Our protagonist an empath named Reed and his friends want to stop them The issue I had is that too often B didn't seem to follow logically from A It would be like if a car crashed into a tree and the driver said 'great now I have to buy milk' and the other passengers are like 'obviously' There were too many 'wait what' moments from meI did really like the worldbuilding The different kind of sorcerers and how they were introduced I liked how Reed's empathetic abilities were explored although I was a little uncomfortable with how they tied into mental health and depression Honestly though this is not an area I have enough experience in to know if the books portrayal of that was problematic though the fatalistic way everyone just seemed to accept that all empaths would struggle with depression and suicide seemed wrong to meMy favourite part of this book was the seers I liked that they were common because normally a seer character is rare and OP in any universe Here they're a dime a dozen and they're all competing to push things there own way Little touches like how two seers can become uick friends by jointly seeing all the future conversations they might have was one cool example of the uniue approach the book takes to them Although I have to wonder why things are so bad for sorcerers around the world if there are so many seers on their sideI guess every aspect of this book I could describe as 'pretty good but' And yet somehow all of these flawed parts made up a whole that I couldn't read fast enough Strangely compelling really is the best way I can describe The Heart of the Circle A big thanks to netgalley for letting me read itReview also posted to The Turned Brain