In a utopian magical world where peace has reigned for hundreds of years, a new sport has been invented: Speed Battles. In these intense competitions, spellcasters known as Speedmages utilize their spells to engage in a fast-paced combat.
Jonathan dreams of becoming a Speedmage Champion, but there is one significant hurdle: he lacks magical abilities. Forced to abandon his dream, he lived a monotonous existence for eighteen years, devoid of any concern for the future.
However, everything changes when he encounters Fluonessia, a clumsy and whimsical mage. She unwittingly pulls him into the world of Speed Battles, enlisting him as her coach!
Prepare yourself for endless laughter, heart-pounding action, and a wild journey filled with manapunk madness as Jonathan molds Fluonessia into the ultimate Speedmage Champion!
The Characters are highly attractives and their relashionship to one another is great.
The World-building is good.
There is a magic devloppement here, when magic remplace fundamentals forces.
I have good exeptation for this novel.
It's an unusual dynamic that I haven't read on RR before, which is great. Sure, characters have had mentors, but I haven't seen it as the focus. The magic system is good, I haven't seen any real hand-waving. The world-building makes sense and is consistently good. There haven't been any noticeable grammar issues that cause me to lose focus and the reading levels is easy so it a breeze to go through.