The Rise of Magicks

The Rise of MagicksThe New York Times Bestselling Author Of Year One And Of Blood And Bone Concludes Her Stunning Trilogy That The New York Times Book Review Praised As A Match For End Of The World Classics Like Stephen King S The Stand After The Sickness Known As The Doom Destroyed Civilization, Magick Has Become Commonplace, And Fallon Swift Has Spent Her Young Years Learning Its Ways Fallon Cannot Live In Peace Until She Frees Those Who Have Been Preyed Upon By The Government Or The Fanatical Purity Warriors, Endlessly Hunted Or Locked Up In Laboratories, Brutalized For Years On End She Is Determined To Save Even Those Who Have Been Complicit With This Evil Out Of Fear Or Weakness If, Indeed, They Can Be SavedStrengthened By The Bond She Shares With Her Fellow Warrior, Duncan, Fallon Has Already Succeeded In Rescuing Countless Shifters And Elves And Ordinary Humans Now She Must Help Them Heal And Rediscover The Light And Faith Within Themselves For Although From The Time Of Her Birth, She Has Been The One, She Is Still Only One And As She Faces Down An Old Nemesis, Sets Her Sights On The Enemy S Stronghold, And Pursues Her Destiny To Finally Restore The Mystical Shield That Once Protected Them All She Will Need An Army Behind Her Disappointed.Yeah, so that is the keyword with this final installment of the Year One series I adored the first book It was a five star book that I felt had scope, depth, action, and suspense It set up a world shattering apocalypse delivered on the wings of disease and magic And we got to see how a bunch of different people in a bunch of different places all had to confront and cope with it And at the end of that book, their different stories and lives converged, ended on a great climactic Disappointed.Yeah, so that is the keyword with this final installment of the Year One series I adored the first book It was a five star book that I felt had scope, depth, action, and suspense It set up a world shattering apocalypse delivered on the wings of disease and magic And we got to see how a bunch of different people in a bunch of different places all had to confront and cope with it And at the end of that book, their different stories and lives converged, ended on a great climactic yet tragic moment and set up what promised to be a ripping story toward a hopeful conclusion.I liked the second book a little less so, but understood it was necessary It was a textbook hero s journey of a chosen one hero who has to be at the forefront of the looming and final conflict It had to take us through that hero, Fallon s training and show us how and why she d earn an army to follow her Even though I didn t love that book as much as the first one, it was still action filled, all show rather than tell, and had some great set action pieces.So I was really looking forward to this final installment By all rights it should have used all the stuff the first two books set up all the characters we ve learned to love and hate, the scope, even the time that has elapsed in this world to show us not tell us the lead up to and then the final confrontation.But I was very disappointed in the result I think this book squandered the stellar promise of the first book and the groundwork of the second book The first book felt really grand and pretty epic, this one just felt small.For one thing, I thought too much of it was told from Fallon s POV I get that she is the chosen one, but almost every single scene was from her POV One of the things that made the first book so wonderful was the differing experiences of all the main players It gave such a great overview what was happening distilled into different human stories This time is almost all filtered through Fallon, and I hate to say, Fallon is just not all that interesting on her own She is what she is A chosen hero who learned all these mad skillz in the last book But her inner struggles and ruminations are not enough to make an exciting bookAlso the book was too damned talky Fallon speechified a lot and intoned spells and drew her flaming sword and made lofty pronouncements about light and lapsed in rhyming visions Every word spoken was heavy with light vs dark symbolism And I mean HEAVY symbolism People didn t just talk, they talked with Meaning capital M And a lot of commas Holy commas, Batman.All the interesting personalities in the first book are relegated to parents who are super worried and wringing their hands over their youngsters who have to take on this fight At this point after the apocalypse, these people should beresolute than that They don t live in the world they lived in before This one has no security, none They have to be constantly vigilant and understand that until they have eradicated their enemies they are never safe But it feels like this book has lost the thread and wants to beconventionally an inner reflective romance than the previous two books in the trilogy suggested this series would be In fact, one of the things that impressed me about the first book was that it felt so very different from anything else NR had written This one really feels very familiar, it feels like everything else she s written.And finally, there are all these ambitious plans to take back the big cities New York, DC etc from the dark forces Lots of plans and looking at maps and gearing up troops But it is clear NR simply doesn t or can t write battle scenes The descriptions are generic and these major offensives are over in two pages where the good guys are declaring victory We get all aftermath or Fallon has already taken care of that reassurances It just feels all so very toothless You get all dressed up and the dance is already over.So yeah, disappointed There s something about a culmination that makes me hesitate Whether it s a fear that the ending won t live up to my expectation or a desire for the journey to never end, it leaves me inclined to never finish anything Not in life, mind you I m incredibly dependable and the opposite of a procrastinator when it comes to reality But when it comes to entertainment, I d rather let the story live on unfinished in my mind than risk a final chapter that sours something I grew to love Constant Reade There s something about a culmination that makes me hesitate Whether it s a fear that the ending won t live up to my expectation or a desire for the journey to never end, it leaves me inclined to never finish anything Not in life, mind you I m incredibly dependable and the opposite of a procrastinator when it comes to reality But when it comes to entertainment, I d rather let the story live on unfinished in my mind than risk a final chapter that sours something I grew to love Constant Readers of Stephen King can relate, I m sure though I love his work, the endings are rarely satisfying However, there are some authors I always trust to really deliver with their endings, and Nora Roberts is high up on that list She knows how to stick the landing every single time The Rise of Magicks is no exception, and has actually shot this series into my list of best loved series of all time, alongside The Kingkiller Chronicle and The Stormlight Archive Loss can shake faith if you let it, and the dark gloats when faith seeps out with loss Chronicles of the One is, in ways, radically different from anything else Nora has ever penned For one thing, she very rarely kills off characters, much less 80% of the world s population But not only did she launch the planet into a pandemic of apocalyptic proportions, she also took a pretty hefty risk by killing off a central character in the first book While this might seem pretty par for the course for fantasy fans, remember that Nora has, until recent years, been first and foremost a romance author, whose audience expected happily ever afters in the final pages of any book she penned Even I had a hard time accepting that radical choice, and I read plenty of fantasy and horror I suppose I was thrown off because Nora was my ultimate source of comfort reading for a decade She s added some incredible depth to her work over the past few years, but I just wasn t quite ready for what I found in the pages of Year One At least, I wasn t the first time around On my second read through, my cognitive dissonance was replaced with a ton of respect and a genuine love for the story Nora was telling By my third time through, Year One had become one of my favorite books Both of the following installments cemented that love The other, the not like me, would always spark hate in some hearts In other ways, Chronicles of the One is merely a final draft of the story Nora has been telling for years magic finds its way to a group of friends or family or strangers destined to become both, and those who use magic for good must battle back the dark, with the fate of the world hanging in the balance While never derivative, it s a story that Nora has told before, and told well You can tell that it is her center, a belief that magic lies just beneath the surface and that those who wield it for light will always triumph over the darkness However, that triumph never comes without blood, sweat, and tears One of my favorite elements of any Nora novel or series is her portrayal of idyllic families and communities, while also showing how much hard work went into building them and goes into maintaining them In all of her stories, the central characters find their passion, be it art or carpentry or baking or bookselling or defending others in a court of law, and how hard they work at said passion The same goes for any practitioner of magic nothing worthwhile comes freely or even easily I love how much emphasis she puts on giving whatever path you ve found for yourself absolutely every ounce of effort you have And I love how, no matter how long and hard the fight, that good will always triumph over evil in everything she writes I can t lean on you until I m sure I can stand on my own There s very little I can say about the actual book itself without spoiling it So I ll say that it was a perfect conclusion, both for romance fans and fantasy fans There were a multitude of battles and strategic preparations and war councils, but there was also love and humor and the culmination of a romance that had been building since the involved parties were born Nora perfectly balanced fate and free will in regards to both the war and the romance, and I think she handled both beautifully For those who are fantasy fans and not lovers of the romance genre, don t worry the romance in the book never takes over the plot even as it becomes vitally linked to it The entire trilogy was handled in such a way that I truly believe that fantasy fans will love it should they give it a chance Then again, love s a victory Without it, all the battles mean nothing If you can t tell, I loved everything about not only this book, but the trilogy it concluded I wish I could sayabout the character development and the magic and the scope without fearing that I d inadvertently spoil the story in some way, but suffice it to say that I couldn t have beensatisfied In fact, upon finishing the book I did something I ve thought about but never actually done in my entire life when I finished the last page, I decided to read it again I went with the audio version the second time through as Julia Whelan did such a brilliant job with the first two, and I loved going that route when I decided to reread them in preparation of this book s publication And I loved every minute of both reading experiences All of Nora s books are fabulous in print, and this trilogy was no exception But there s something about her writing that lends itself incredibly well to audiobooks There s a cadence, a distinctive and lovely rhythm to her prose that is absolutely enchanting when read aloud by a talented narrator Now I ve looked And I see The treasures, the dreams, the dangers, the glorious diversity of the world and those who live in it She s a generous mother who offers all we need, and she s a child who needs our tending and care I can t recommend this series highly enough to everyone, no matter your preferred genres If you re a fantasy fan, please don t let the fact that Nora is a romance author deter you The woman can seriously write Her world building, and lore weaving, and character development are all absolutely stellar And for someone fairly new to the game, her battle scenes were completely gripping If you re already a longtime Nora fan, and are hesitant to pick this up because of the darkness of theme and plot, please give it a try anyway You already know that you re in good hands trust her to get you through a radically different story in such a way that you ll be completely won over by the final pages Side note my grandmother devoured this series and isn t a fantasy fan Chronicles of the One, written by one of her favorite authors, opened her up to readingfantasy I can t tell you how excited I am about that This trilogy is truly something special It s among my top ten series I ve ever read In my whole life Now I have to face the difficult decision of which books to move from my favorites shelf in my living room so that Chronicles of the One can take its rightful place among them You can find this review andat Novel Notions For me, it always has been hard to continue a series after a year long break To keep all the characters straight To remember all the battles that have been fought And to connect all the dots Surprisingly it wasn t as hard to get into The Rise of Magicks as expected But I still needed a chapter or two to become accustomed again with the story and its cast.I finished the book in two days, and it kept me quite busy and enthralled with its 454 pages I even got goosebumps at one time And I def For me, it always has been hard to continue a series after a year long break To keep all the characters straight To remember all the battles that have been fought And to connect all the dots Surprisingly it wasn t as hard to get into The Rise of Magicks as expected But I still needed a chapter or two to become accustomed again with the story and its cast.I finished the book in two days, and it kept me quite busy and enthralled with its 454 pages I even got goosebumps at one time And I definitely loved the overall feel good theme Especially how LIGHT banishes the DARK, again and again After only a short time of becoming familiar with the characters, it was like revisiting old friends again There are so many fantastic characters in this trilogy Partially because the POV of the entire trilogy is told from the view of the ONE and her family Another reason why they story isn t as dark as it could have been.Besides meeting favorite characters, what I think I enjoyed the most was how with each battle, skirmish and confrontation LIGHT surged forward in its never ending quest to banish the DARK side I loved how the author emphasized this by giving the novel an overall feel good vibe Same with seeing places that were lost to the DARK, built back up and flourish again There was a noticeable progress, hope and successful integration in every page of this book All of this made for a very satisfying read.But, there were a couple things I felt were missing.This novel had a lot of battles going on, and I didn t feel like the length of the fighting scenes compared to the amount of battles that were fought But I must also say that I m someone that reads Kate Daniels who is known for her fighting scenes The biggest issues was for me that the battles were just too easily won It s supposedly this HUGE battle between good vs evil, LIGHT vs DARK, and I felt the gravity of it all was just not met.Now I also know that the author doesn t write high fantasy or anything that comes with epic battles like e.g in Lord of the Rings But the feeling I got from the books, the overall plot, the message, all of it didn t mesh with what was delivered on he pages The epicness that I had built up in my mind since I read Of Blood and Bone was missing.Of course, whatever I felt was missing in the end worked towards delivering a feel good novel With a light banishes the dark kind of feel, which was of course the heart and soul of the entire novel trilogy I just felt that for a 454 page novel, with a lot of substance, and a plot that covered multiple years that this last book might have been better split into two But this is just me, mulling over the fact that the book felt LONG at times, and maybe even a tiny bit repetitive.Nevertheless, as I mentioned above, I devoured the novel in two days And I believe many readers will love it, especially if they aren t as bloodthirsty as I am apparently lol I wish there would have been a longer epilogue, but that s something I always wish for Anyway, this epic saga, that covered multiple generations, is finally concluded, and I can t wait to see what the author comes up with next.ARC generously provided in exchange for an honest review What a great series I enjoyed that so much I listened to the audio which was narrated beautifully and which added to the whole experience.The whole series has been very character driven and it was really nice in this last book to have so many of the original characters coming forward and playing their parts Lana, Katie, Fred and Arliss in particular helped round things off as they helped the light return Fallon of course was the main event and she was a remarkable character I enjoyed the way What a great series I enjoyed that so much I listened to the audio which was narrated beautifully and which added to the whole experience.The whole series has been very character driven and it was really nice in this last book to have so many of the original characters coming forward and playing their parts Lana, Katie, Fred and Arliss in particular helped round things off as they helped the light return Fallon of course was the main event and she was a remarkable character I enjoyed the way her power grew and grew I always like my main characters to be practically unbeatable Roberts wrote this in her usual fashion, punchy and dramatic but with lots of tear jerking moments I thought she handled the battle scenes well especially the final fight with the black dragon.All good just as we expect from this excellent author Word of cautionthis series has a continuing story arc and is intended to be read in order Fallon Swift, The One, and the rest of her family and community at New Hope are continuing their strikes against Raiders, Purity Warriors and the corrupt government officials who are waging war against magickals and keeping the world immersed in darkness But, Fallon realizes that it s time to play a bigger game, to bring back the light and move the world out of the chaos and despair into hope and pro Word of cautionthis series has a continuing story arc and is intended to be read in order Fallon Swift, The One, and the rest of her family and community at New Hope are continuing their strikes against Raiders, Purity Warriors and the corrupt government officials who are waging war against magickals and keeping the world immersed in darkness But, Fallon realizes that it s time to play a bigger game, to bring back the light and move the world out of the chaos and despair into hope and progress The only way to do that is with bold actions.I could hardly wait for this book s release as I ve loved the series and what it stands for There s a particular emphasis on light and dark elements, whether it be individuals or groups behaviors or the difference in magickals It was underlying everything of significance throughout the book, so much that I began to think of every encounter this way It was a powerful distinction as I considered what it would mean if this kind of doomsday event really happened At some point, it does boil down to good versus evil, lightness or darkness of heart.Most of the story is told through Fallon s point of view, though we do get others insights regularly as part of her narrative That felt appropriate given that she is The One and earned that mantle even though it was ordained I loved how the weight of that weighed heavily on her There are lots of small skirmishes that helped me understand both sides clearly But what was evencompelling was Fallon s leadership Great leaders have bold vision, know how to inspire others and surround themselves with those who are not only wise but will be truthful to them, speaking truth to power Her father, Simon, and trainer, Mallick, were two extremely important voices, helping guide her decisions There were others, including her mother, Lana, who had influence and that gave me comfort because it s critical to success While the great battles initiated by Fallon and her forces seemed to end swiftly, I didn t believe that because there was great emphasis on the casualties and losses, which were many I m not a fan of the details of war and battle campaigns but if you are, know that this isn t a strong element in this story You ll have to just accept that they were bloody and tough because they aren t outlined However, the strength of this final story lies with the relationships, some stemming from the beginning of the trilogy, others cultivated during the journey to present day The final showdown between Fallon and her nemesis was exciting and the return to where it all began was poignant I love the strong themes and their resonance as it s relevant for current times The resilience of the light was encouraging as we experience dark times ourselves It left me in such a good place.Finally, Julia Whelan is in a class by herself as a narrator I had to remind myself that there weren t multiple performers because it seemed like there were at least four Just truly an outstanding performance, making the listening experience extraordinary Thanks to Brilliance Audio for my complimentary copy All opinions are my own 5 Well Deserved Stars Thank you Edelweiss for an ARCI can not wait to put this conclusion in the hands of my library patrons because it was so beautifully wrapped up I couldn t have asked for a better ending I ve said it before, raises hand not the biggest Nora Roberts fan here I admit this freely however, if I can specify a series to be the HUGEST Nora Roberts fan for it d be this one She ties up loose ends, ravels and spins a web with each and every character and yet it somehow 5 Well Deserved Stars Thank you Edelweiss for an ARCI can not wait to put this conclusion in the hands of my library patrons because it was so beautifully wrapped up I couldn t have asked for a better ending I ve said it before, raises hand not the biggest Nora Roberts fan here I admit this freely however, if I can specify a series to be the HUGEST Nora Roberts fan for it d be this one She ties up loose ends, ravels and spins a web with each and every character and yet it somehow flows perfectly.Fallon, Tonia, Duncan and their growth as characters is the bomb.com But that isn t even the best part of this bookthe best part is how every.single.character has a purpose There was no fluff written in just to be page fillers Mallick, Simon, Fred, Arlys, Mick, Lana the list goes on and on because every person plays a role Action, adventure, romance, intense anticipation, impending doom, hope, darkness, you name it, this book has it all and then some I m impressed Ms Roberts.thoroughly impressed So nicely Nora. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Edit 2 11 20 I m lowering my original rating of this book because, upon further reflection, the You didn t say no justification for unwanted sexual contact is still a thing in this last installment Roberts has and continues to throw out implications about a woman s knowing complicity in sexual violence, something I ve only recently picked up on when rereading some of her work.WARNING Very Long Review Below This is a2.5 star read, and the.5 is only because the lead up to the climax is, f Edit 2 11 20 I m lowering my original rating of this book because, upon further reflection, the You didn t say no justification for unwanted sexual contact is still a thing in this last installment Roberts has and continues to throw out implications about a woman s knowing complicity in sexual violence, something I ve only recently picked up on when rereading some of her work.WARNING Very Long Review Below This is a2.5 star read, and the.5 is only because the lead up to the climax is, for the most part, quite an adventure I d decided, after having endured the steaming pile of annoyance that was Of Blood and Bone, that I was going to wait on this one, but the opening chapters were compelling enough that I couldn t put it down shut down cloud player The thing is, it was the little things and, frankly, one huuuuuuuge one, that worked collectively to bring down my estimation of this, the long anticipated final installment of the chronicles of the One trilogy Marred by repetitive diction, careworn tropes and clich s many of these are unique to Roberts , and lazy, incoherent plotting, The Rise of Magics is, on the whole, a quite entertaining, but ultimately disappointing, conclusion to what began as a fantastic trilogy First, while I really could have done without the romance, I really appreciated I can never tell you how much the fades to black I couldn t care less that they moved together or that light melded with light during mechanical sex scene x, y, or z Still, the whole get behind me I ll protect you, kiss her to shut her up, the relationship rules are different for me because I m the male tropes were fully in play here To continue, as is her wont, Roberts stuffs this book with the usual melodramatic conflicts you know the ones the protagonist s flexes her his their autonomy and subsequently endures a blistering round of castigation from all corners Cue the protracted apologies for actions that make perfect sense but are deemed to be major offenses because egos, mistrust in abilities, and youth envy Of course, not a single solitary person on team castigation takes ownership of his her inability to relinquish control of anything to do with their children or lovers Nope, it s all about how wronged they are and about how their precious feefees being discounted during wartime istragic than, say, the profound and far reaching consequences of Fallon taking time infinitelyprecious to secure their approval In this case, the collective tantrum has to do with the adults adults specifically meaning the parents original founders of New Hope not being given the opportunity to grant permission to or set ground rules for a grown ass, highly trained heroine before she embarks on a dangerous but very, very necessary mission No joke, they throw a tantrum because Fallon neglects to afford them the opportunity to micro manage backseat drive her mission Honestly, their inability to trust her to get safely in and out of a dangerous situation after an entire lifetime of training and at least a dozen battles under her belt smacksof disrespect than does being robbed of the opportunity to lay down the law before said dangerous situation is to go down This isn t the only instance of protagonist does perfectly understandable thing, only to crumple beneath the weight of multiple instances of overprotective gaslighting, but you get my point Speaking of youth envy, the repeated elder worship seriously grated Hardly a chapter goes by when one orof the younger generation isn t falling all over him or herself to prop up this or that parent with reminders of what they did built gifted 20 years ago It s almost like Nora Roberts is trying to reassure readers that Fallon and company, for all their extensive training, will always need their mommies and daddies This sentiment theme gets underscored in a seriously problematic way keep reading if you aren t worried about spoilers The ending was a complete let down, full stop Huge Spoiler Here Tonia is conveniently injured during the final battle this clears the way for none other than the One s mommy to rush onto the battlefield Cue record scratch Yup, you read that right Fallon has trained her entire life and, at the long anticipated sticking point, her mommy has to step in and bail her out This, coupled with all of her parents gendered hovering and nose wiping, spelled the official death of the quality of this installment Here is where it became clear to me that Roberts was thinking less like her heroine andlike a mother When you can t bear to even make up a world in which a young adult female canstand on her own in a dangerous situation, there s something seriously wrong My other theory is that Roberts is trying to illustrate for a certain segment of readers that Lana, a figure emblematic of traditional womanhood, can also be useful in battle This was a major failure, but I digress However, what she proved was that Fallon was never The One but just one among thepowerful soldiers on the side of the light When you ve got a community full of worried mommies and daddies who clip your wings and punish you for autonomy, how do you stand as a heroine with any degree of confidence Shouldn t you be trusted to take risks if you ve spentthan half of your life receiving training that no one, not your siblings, not your parents, not your aunts or uncles have received Fallon makes a great point, one that , of course, is dismissed as a childish outburst Bottom line, she asserts, as the only one who has had to sacrifice what passes for normality, she should be able to actually lead without being questioned by old people, most of whom aren t even a quarter as powerful as she is.All of the adults needed to back the hell off and trust her abilities and instincts There was no place for parental protection in this situation This was war, and people really needed to do what generations of parents have been doing and get the hell out of the way of the soldiers they love Were I John Little or any of the other arms of Fallon s army, I d be side eyeing the whole idea of her as a leader if I d caught wind of her having to account for her deeds As tip of the spear, she should have been trusted implicitly she was not Finally, the hastily scribbled epilogue that follows this tragedy of a climax is , for me at least, cast iron proof that retirement may be in order for Mrs Roberts In comparison to the epilogues of the two previous books in the series, this was inexcusably lazy and flat I ve been reading her work for many years, so I m used toand better from her trilogies All in all, this was little better than a slightlythan ok reading experience 4 Stars If you dig Fantasy I highly recommend this unique gem of a series I have been an avid reader for years I tend to leantowards the romance fantasy type books But believe it or not I never picked up a Nora Roberts book until a few years ago It was called Obsession I absolutely adored it and promised myself I would check out her books again some day.Well that day finally came when I heard she had a fantasy series coming out with the first book being Year One It so 4 Stars If you dig Fantasy I highly recommend this unique gem of a series I have been an avid reader for years I tend to leantowards the romance fantasy type books But believe it or not I never picked up a Nora Roberts book until a few years ago It was called Obsession I absolutely adored it and promised myself I would check out her books again some day.Well that day finally came when I heard she had a fantasy series coming out with the first book being Year One It sounded so good I could not wait to get my hands on it I fell in love with it and the characters then couldn t wait for the next book to come out I also really enjoyed book 2 , which took a little detour from the first book but not too much, it wasof a time jump So here we are at Book 3 I cant believe its finally over I was so happy with the way Roberts ended this series All my questions were answered and everything I had hoped for this community of people and New Hope happened Cant get any better than that I look forward toNora Roberts in my future and seriously hopes she continues to writefantasy It had been around two decades since the Doom struck, killing the majority of civilization, and all the while Fallon Swift was readying herself preparing to free those imprisoned or impoverished by the Purity Warriors and Dark Uncanny As she built her armies, her leaders proved themselves time and again her brother Colin, Duncan and his twin Tonia, Mick, Mallick and manyand with her mother and father by her side, Fallon knew it was time.Fallon was The One but she couldn t do it on h It had been around two decades since the Doom struck, killing the majority of civilization, and all the while Fallon Swift was readying herself preparing to free those imprisoned or impoverished by the Purity Warriors and Dark Uncanny As she built her armies, her leaders proved themselves time and again her brother Colin, Duncan and his twin Tonia, Mick, Mallick and manyand with her mother and father by her side, Fallon knew it was time.Fallon was The One but she couldn t do it on her own Her ultimate goal would be the hardest, but to remove the Dark completely she would take it one step at a time All the while supported byandwho would fight for the Light Could it be done Fallon was determined the enemy would be extinguished Wow The Rise of Magicks is such a powerful novel, a brilliant conclusion to the Chronicles of the One trilogy by Nora Roberts I loved it loved them all She is such a talented woman her pen just flows with the words Captivating, intriguing, poignant, intense, gripping breathtaking The image of the tree of life on the cover of my copy is outstanding and I found the meaning as I read Highly recommended.With thanks to Hachette AU for my copy to read in exchange for an honest review

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  • 455 pages
  • The Rise of Magicks
  • Nora Roberts
  • English
  • 26 January 2019
  • 1250123062