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Monday, October 11, 2010

The Mage by Jean Johnson

finally, the last of the series of the Sons of Destiny. i had been waiting to read this for a long time and it's been worth it. well there wasn't as much action as i had hoped, but still it was a nice ending to the series. jean johnson definitely did a good job linking all the 8 books together and that's a feat, with so many things to link. also, she described the scenes very well, so vividly. i could practically imagine a small isolated island growing together as the book series progressed. i have not had a chance to read all the books but will do so if i manage to find them. anyway, there's the synopsis as at the back.
hope, morganen's foretold bride, has finally arrived on the island. she hasn't been telling the full truth about herself and the consequences will stretch further than even she anticipates. just as morg gets used to hope's revelations, new enemies arrive on the isle, seeking to steal away the brother's chance at creatingn a new nation. during the attack, an old foe resurfaces and strikes amid the confusion, kidnapping the final bride-to-be.
either morg will resue hope and help his family complete the prophecies of the seer draganna and the last duchess of nightfall, carving a new kingdom in the process...or their enemies will be free to slaughter them all...
hope you enjoy.

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