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By Jake Kerr | Comments: ( 378 ) | Date: ( Jul 21, 2019 )

In this widely anticipated second volume of the Tommy Black series, Tommy finds himself searching for magical artifacts and fighting Nazi magicians in World War 2 Europe Dedicated to reshaping his family s legacy, Tommy Black has spent two years mastering the powerful Staff of Light and freeing the magical creatures in England While he was focusing on his personal missiIn this widely anticipated second volume of the Tommy Black series, Tommy finds himself searching for magical artifacts and fighting Nazi magicians in World War 2 Europe.Dedicated to reshaping his family s legacy, Tommy Black has spent two years mastering the powerful Staff of Light and freeing the magical creatures in England While he was focusing on his personal mission, however, Germany had invaded Europe, igniting the flames of world war.Desiring to help, Tommy volunteers to free the magical creatures in Germany to disrupt the Nazi war machine Joined by his friend, the powerful magician Naomi, and two others, the group soon discover an extraordinary secret that changes everything Tommy may not be the only Archmage in the world.


  • Title: Tommy Black and the Coat of Invincibility
  • Author: Jake Kerr
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 391
  • Format: Kindle Edition

About Author:

Jake Kerr

After fifteen years as a music industry journalist Jake Kerr s first published story, The Old Equations, was nominated for the Nebula Award from the Science Fiction Writers of America and was shortlisted for the Theodore Sturgeon and StorySouth Million Writers awards His stories have subsequently been published in magazines across the world, broadcast in multiple podcasts, and been published in multiple anthologies and year s best collections.A graduate of Kenyon College, Kerr studied fiction under Ursula K Le Guin and Peruvian playwright Alonso Alegria He lives in Dallas, Texas, with his family and a menagerie of pets.



Comments Tommy Black and the Coat of Invincibility

  • C.J. Milbrandt

    The second installment in what promises to be a trilogy. Mages and fading magic. War efforts and language barriers. Illusions and explosions. Friendship and ifrit. Kerr has set up an intriguing world, and I like Tommy's idealistic outlook. His choices clash interestingly with Naomi's more aggressive approach. Honestly, I had a harder time settling in with this installment. There's been a time skip, so there's a lot of recap as we're reacquainted with cast and setting. Then there's planning, orga [...]


  • Matthew

    A little harder to get into than the first book in the series but worth it once you do. It has all the humor and action of the first book and does not dissapoint. I read the last third of the book in one sitting as I had to see how it turned out.


  • Kimberly Tate

    Although it's been around a year since I read Tommy Black and the Staff of Light and didn't remember everything that happened, I really enjoyed reading the sequel. I liked seeing how the characters changed over two years apart and how they grew, and how the plot of the entire series became more evident, with Tommy's quest to find the other two artifacts. I loved the historical element in the first book, and I enjoyed it even more here, with Tommy and his friends fighting Nazis and traveling war- [...]


  • Erik This Kid Reviews Books

    Synopsis- Tommy Black has freed most of the marids in England and America – magical beasts that were enslaved and placed into locomotive engines – and is currently at odds with the greatest magician in England because of it. Because of the second world war going on, and the need for transport (trains!) is great, Tommy has effectively put Britain at odds to winning against Germany. So, a deal is made – Tommy won’t be stopped from his mission of freeing enslaved magical creatures, and he w [...]


  • Jose Antonio

    This book was in great need of further proof-reading before publishing. The spelling, grammatical and typing mistakes are numerous and egregious, and really pulled me out of the reading experience. Not that it was much of an involving read to begin. It took long to really get going, the name-dropping felt contrived, Tommy's crush on Naomi isn't exactly engaging (I don't find myself rooting for that couple) and everyone calling themselves the heir of Jamshid got on my nerves pretty quickly. I was [...]


  • Christine Ottaway

    I enjoyed this book though I felt at a disadvantage having not read the first one. It felt like joining a conversation that had been going a while. I struggled a little with names and places and when the book was supposedly set - was it at a known or fictions point in history?If it was indeed set during the actual Second World War the author needs to work a lot harder at historical accuracy. France was occupied by the Nazis in the IIWW and there would've been no British camp outside Paris for th [...]


  • Jeffrey

    An enjoyable follow-up to the Staff of Light. If predictable, it was still a fun sequel.


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