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  • Good read...

    Although I love the Valdemar saga, one of my favorite series that I go back to over and over again, I have to admit that this this installment of the Collegium Chronicles is my least favorite thus far. I still love Mags, as well his friends Lena and Bear, but this particular book dragged for me. Although his quest to find answers about his past was the focus of the novel, I think I enjoyed the stories of Lena and Bear and other characters more. Their stories had much more of an arc to them, whereas the main point of Mags' storyline was simply a carry-over from the previous novel. The other thing that dampened my enjoyment was Mags' dialogue. This is the third book into the series and, if anything, his accent was worse. And that made reading difficult sometimes as I had to stop to puzzle out exactly what it was that he was saying. I understand the point behind the accent, but it was almost unreadable at times My Recommendation While this is not my favorite book in the series, I still feel that it is an importa part of the saga as hold. It is also a necessary read for the next two in the series.

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  • Best of the collegium lot so far!

    Loved this one! Further development of the characters as I'd hoped for. Dallen as _not_ invincible or omniscient, but still clever and even self-sacrificing. Finally some true emoting and believable soul-searching from Mags, plus an explanation as to _why_ he persists in clinging to his accent. The words he creates are marvelous :) Some hints of romance that, while excruciatingly predictable, don't descend into blithering platitudes, just genuine caring. Also more character development in the female protagonists - finally Lena grows a spine, yay! Still a few almost-too-easy solutions, but also genuine creativity in others, and enough unpredictability in the plot this time to keep the reader on his/her toes. Thumbs up :)

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  • Changes: Third book of The Collegium

    Well, well - this book was exciting!! Bringing up stuff from the past to use against current problems. New characters, more complicated situations - and danger!! Mercedes Lackey manipulates her characters with a masterful plan, and drags you along so that you have to read just one more page! Then another and another...... What will the next book bring?

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