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Mages of Vane: (Phoenix Element Book 2) Kindle Edition
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An unusual book concerning magic and rebirth, the universe and Anya’s place in it. I found it difficult to get into this book at first.The author overloaded me with explanations concerning the story of the first book. I found this knowledge dump extremely offputting and would have preferred the information to be woven into the story as it progressed.
When I got past this unfortunate beginning the story began to unfold at a much better pace, catching my interest and making me want to read on. Magic and war, intrigue and force, all can be found within the covers of this book. The characters are well defined and there are surprises both good and bad as the magical world is shaken to its core. This book gets better as it progresses and by the end of it I was really involved with the story.
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You feel the isolation and generally feel bad for the heroine during her time at the school. Not to mention that the size of the school is enormous and the author does an amazing job at describing and making you feel that the school is bigger then you could ever explore.
The development of the heroine is also one of the greatest qualities in this book. From book to book and chapter to chapter we are not onlhy seeing her grow up but become a leader.