SYNOPSIS FROM THE BOOK:
The Wizard’s Testament by Billy Ironcrane is a mythic dream novel set after the fall of the Han realm in old China. It follows the undertakings of Bao Ling, a progressive and fugitive who’s commitments to guard the powerless and the defenseless from the intruders. Joined by eminent writer Zhi Mei, Bao Ling embraces a turbulent excursion to convey a strange pocket to Abbot Shi-Hui Ke. Prepared by Sying Hao, Bao Ling involves his aptitude in combative techniques to help those deprived en route. In any case, in the wake of being dismissed by the priests, he winds up joined by a one-equipped priest named Hui. Be that as it may, Hui isn’t who he says he is. As the gathering proceeds with their excursion, they coincidentally find the Shu-Ting clan, where Bao Ling joins an arrow based weaponry challenge for the ages.
A rambling experience story loaded up with sorcery and miracle, The Wizard’s Testament snares you in from the main page and won’t give up until the end. Billy Ironcrane’s exciting experience dream novel is absorbed by folklore, drawing motivation from Chinese hand to hand fighting and old Chinese old stories.
OFFICIAL REVIEW BY ALPHATECH MEDIA:
Billy Ironcrane radiantly composes a story where legends rise above reality and stretch the restrictions of their actual bodies under the directing thought of brain over issue. You can expect that Bao Ling is impressive, however that doesn’t imply that his foes and opponents are suckers. Bao Ling is a very much investigated legend, providing you with a brief look at his development and the harsh powers that he decides to battle against. The story is a gradual process from the beginning, yet the pressure and fervor work with each page so it keeps you as eager and anxious as ever. Toss in the exchange between Bao Ling and his rivals and you get a wise account that advanced competitors can gain from. Ironcrane has composed an experience dream that rises above its beginnings and becomes novel in its show. The Wizard’s Testament is wonderful idealism that sets the bar high with regards to legend and folktale-propelled stories.
Characters like Bao Ling, Zhi Mei, and Kong offer an ideal investigation into the Chinese culture of the past. Each character has a story to tell and an example to share. Bao Ling is about versatility, steadiness, and assurance; Zhi Mei shares delicate strength, energy, and power though Kong is about animosity, testing cutoff points, and battling energetically. Every one of them three (and different characters) have a reason in the plot, and creator Billy Ironcrane ensures that every one of them satisfies it as the story closes. The parts are not extremely lengthy, however they are pressed brimming with data and activity for you to be spellbound. The story has sufficient activity to assuage prepared activity thrill ride perusers and enough components of imagination to keep specialty dream perusers locked in. The writer does equity to Chinese history, the delineations by Renee Knarreborg improve the understanding experience, and the general feel of the story is engaging. The Wizard’s Testament is the sort of original that will transform into a Disney film from now on. Engaging and instructive simultaneously.