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Although the characters were developed a little more, the story line felt forced.
I don't know if I've just gotten more cynical, or if Lackey's writing really has gotten worse and more simplistic, but I could not get into this book.
If she doesn't continue with Mags in another series where we get answers...I don't know that I'll ever be able to read another book by her again.
Valdemar have loved it since Black Griffon one of the authors that I keep hardbound copies of her worksPublished 23 days ago by Douglas B. Hull
I also greatly enjoy the Collegium series and can't wait for the sixth in the series, I have read the others.Published 1 month ago by MJ Market
I have read about ten Lackey books and this one is as good as the first. Thanks for the escape of my illness with some wonderful fantasies to whisk me away. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Kevin Miller
This book itself is great, but there's no point in continuing the series, because Lackey decided to break all of her own rules. It's deus ex machina all the way from here!Published 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
Excellent must read, once u start u won't want to put it down, I read it in 3 days. It is riveting.Published 3 months ago by Raymond G Haar
This is a great story about growing up in Valdemar. I love Mags and all his friends, and , of course, his sweetheart Amily;Published 3 months ago by Harriet Pearlman
I loved this book just like I do all of her Valdemar novels. Wonderful characters, adventure, peril, romance, etc, etc.Published 5 months ago by Ricki Miller
Valdemar is one of my favorite places to escape when I have the chance. i am collecting all of the valdemar titles and love her books.Published 7 months ago by Kimberly A. Simpson
I was excited to read the collegium chronicles in the beginning, but the books just seem to go on and on with little point and don't end, they just stop. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Laura M. Smith-Velazquez