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By: C. L. Schneider
5 out of 5 stars
The story The Crown of Stones: Magic-Scars by C.L. Schneider is an epic fantasy book. This is the second installment of The Crown of Stones trilogy. Ian Troy has been captured by his old enemy, King Draken of Langor. He has been tortured and drugged, robbed of his will, his memories, and his magic. He is rescued and as his body heals and rids itself of the drug he was given, he realizes that he has returned to an unfamiliar world gripped in fear. Since he has last seen them, those he cared for were left to their own fates. Ian is struggling to reconcile the man he has become, with the man he once was. He strives to understand the growing number of magic-scars adorning his body and he searches for the truth behind his link to the Crown of Stones. He soon uncovers secrets that have been buried for generations and finds to become the weapon the resistance needs, he must assume responsibility for his magical inheritance.
This is an amazing second book in The Crown of Stones series. The story is told from Ian Troy’s POV. As in the last book, through memories and flashbacks, Ian starts to remember what he did while he was held a prisoner and of his life before as well. He blames himself for things that he has done while in captivity. The feel of Ian’s character has changed a bit. This is due to his captivity and the drug that he was on constantly. Ian is such a likable character and I can say that some of the things that happen to him saddened me. He has many friends and acquaintances who help him and believe that any hope they have of freedom lies with him. The other character that I really enjoy in this series is Malaq. He plays a major part in both books one and two. Both he and Ian banter back and forth which makes for some funny conversations.
This is truly a fast-paced, action-packed, magical journey through a world that is in fear and needs rescuing. There are battle scenes and adult situations that include hot, love scenes. This would be a book recommended for those 18 years and older.
Ian Troy has been taken by King Draken and placed in prison. He was beaten and drugged but worse of it all is his magic and will is used to do some very nasty and unthinkable things. Finally he is rescued, and the drug is slowly leaving his body he again is living in a world filled with fear. King Draken has taken control of the realms and now is High Kind. He continues to try to have power of Ian while Ian is trying to learn and discover the man that he used to be before he was taken. He wants to discover the power he has but his addiction to who he was before is also taken over.
Being to lose myself in a genre that I normally don’t like says something to me, not just about the book but that an author can take someone like me, and grabbing my attention. I am again left wanting and needing to read more in this series. I love that I can close my eyes and see the world that was created because the attention to detail is just amazing. Nothing overdone, just prefect to create this fantasy world for us readers to get lost on over and over again. I give this book 5 stars and fell even more in love with this story then I did the first one, this series is just mind blowing.
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The Crown of Stones: Magic-Scars by CL Schneider
Magic-Scars is book 2 of The Crown of Stones series by CL Schneider and I give the book 3 stars.Read more
This is the second in the Crown of Stones Trilogy. Ian Troy’s journey continues when he is captured by his enemy King Draken because he is a Shinree...Read more
I have to give this book 4 stars only because of the wording and language that was so foreign to me that I had to...Read more