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  1. says:

    The Novice Black Magician Trilogy, 2 , Trudi CanavanSonea begins studies at the Guild University as a Novice but her charismatic and influential classmate, Regin, sways the opinion of the other first year Novices, turning them against her Through various means stealing a classmate s pen and putting it in Sonea s private box, setting out rumours of her having killed someone, among other things he attempts to convince everyone, including the teachers, that she is littlethan a thief and The Novice Black Magician Trilogy, 2 , Trudi CanavanSonea begins studies at the Guild University as a Novice but her charismatic and influential classmate, Regin, sways the opinion of the other first year Novices, turning them against her Through various means stealing a classmate s pen and putting it in Sonea s private box, setting out rumours of her having killed someone, among other things he attempts to convince everyone, including the teachers, that she is littlethan a thief and far below them in status Lorlen sends Dannyl, Rothen s former Novice, to Kyralia s neighbouring land Elyne as a second ambassador of Elyne, to follow the research Akkarin did as a young man, trying to discover where he learned black magic without letting Dannyl know what the research is for High Lord Akkarin discovers that Lorlen knows of his secret that Akkarin has used black magic , and by reading his mind finds that Sonea and Rothen also possess this knowledge Akarrin claims guardianship over Sonea in order to keep their silence and she reluctantly moves into the High Lord s Residence Regin s bullying intensifies until finally Sonea follows an idea given to her by Lord Dorrien, Rothen s son, and challenges Regin to a duel in the Arena and wins Sonea later witnesses Akkarin kill a Sachakan man, and he explains that the man was a spy sent from Sachaka to kill him, although Sonea doesn t know whether or not to believe him 2017


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    Find my first review on BookNest.Eu which is aembellished version of my review of The Novice Hope you enjoy There s always a bit of truth in each rumour, the trouble is finding out which bit The Novice is the second book in the Black Magician Trilogy and it continued to be enjoyable like the first, presenting the protagonist with a whole new set of difficulties to overcome as Find my first review on BookNest.Eu which is aembellished version of my review of The Novice Hope you enjoy There s always a bit of truth in each rumour, the trouble is finding out which bit The Novice is the second book in the Black Magician Trilogy and it continued to be enjoyable like the first, presenting the protagonist with a whole new set of difficulties to overcome as they are placed in entirely new settings.The Novice starts a while after the ending of book one in the series with an additional point of view Most of the story unfolded in the Magician s Guild that trains those who own the potential to pass the tests and trials that qualify them to become a magician The storyline that was written in this location was interesting and pleasurable to read The other point of view was sent to different countries to uncover information about an ancient magic which may have been discovered It sounds great but sadly this portion of the story was mostly boring due to many wasted travels and no introduction of new information The characters were once again well written and I thoroughly enjoyed the dynamics of each person that was presented though portraying the social hierarchy which is shown to be very important to both the magicians and novices who almost sum up to the entire cast.So overall The Novice was an entertaining read that has ensured that I will continue onto the finale of the series despite the moments of boredom, but it appeared that those parts were purely to further plot, so hopefully the less interesting aspects will not be present at the conclusion of the series


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    The second book in this series and not quite as good as the first I felt there was not enough content for the length of the book so it dragged a bit in places As in the first one I enjoyed the characters although I did get a bit tired of waiting for Sonea to use her powers and turn Regin into the rat that he was Sadly she never does Having said all that I read the whole book in record time so it must have had something going for it And I still want to read the next one


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    How PATHETIC did Sonea turn out to be in this book Again, the author drags part of the story, aka where Sonea gets bullied by some of the rich, spoilt novices, out for pretty much 2 3 of the book, needlessly I may add.I only gave this two stars because throughout the whole book, whilst the style of writing is still appreciable, I found myself completely aghast at the pathetic, lacking in backbone and self doubting creature that she turned Sonea into We are talking about a young, determined indiv How PATHETIC did Sonea turn out to be in this book Again, the author drags part of the story, aka where Sonea gets bullied by some of the rich, spoilt novices, out for pretty much 2 3 of the book, needlessly I may add.I only gave this two stars because throughout the whole book, whilst the style of writing is still appreciable, I found myself completely aghast at the pathetic, lacking in backbone and self doubting creature that she turned Sonea into We are talking about a young, determined individual with a lot of potential for success, the HEROINE for goodness sake, who defiantly evaded the entire Guild of the best magicians in the world, during the first book.to be turned into this pathetic thing Pretty much the whole book was filled with passages followed by passages of self doubting but if I did this then.on the other hand, why would it matter if they thought.what if I questions and it just drove me nuts Cut out all this self thought passages for the characters crap please


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    This read was okay I m literally on a fence as to what I m actually feeling about itI like the characters in the book but found that the author drag out the storyline unnecessarily I found myself getting bored frequently and that is a big No No when I read a bookThe heroine in this read also played the victim role way to long I seriously reached a point that I didn t even care what happen to her as it was pointlessMy official rating is 3 Stars and I ll eventually finished the trilogyThis read was okay I m literally on a fence as to what I m actually feeling about itI like the characters in the book but found that the author drag out the storyline unnecessarily I found myself getting bored frequently and that is a big No No when I read a bookThe heroine in this read also played the victim role way to long I seriously reached a point that I didn t even care what happen to her as it was pointlessMy official rating is 3 Stars and I ll eventually finished the trilogy if only to see how it all ends


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    After reading this book, I m really starting to love the series The first book didn t really get interesting until Sonea got to the Guild With this book, though, it remained interesting from beginning to end I can relate to Sonea s goal to be a Healer And I really approved of Trudi Canavan s view of homosexuality that she portrayed through two of her characters I won t mention the names here to prevent spoilers Seeing the progress of one of those characters, both in the journey and realiza After reading this book, I m really starting to love the series The first book didn t really get interesting until Sonea got to the Guild With this book, though, it remained interesting from beginning to end I can relate to Sonea s goal to be a Healer And I really approved of Trudi Canavan s view of homosexuality that she portrayed through two of her characters I won t mention the names here to prevent spoilers Seeing the progress of one of those characters, both in the journey and realization of his feelings, he quickly became one of my favorite characters And, of course, the plot thickens I can t wait to read the next book


  7. says:

    A surprisingly good fantasy title The plot reminds me quite of Harry Potter i.e protagonist in school of wizardry, unusual circumstances of birth, befriended by the school headmaster , but the plot is muchsuspenseful and interesting And none of that ANGST CRAWLING IN MY SKIN rubbish that one usually sees in this genre of stories.Mature plot, snappy writing, interesting characters Whatcould one ask for


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    Think of this book as what a Harry Potter novel would look like if it was only about Harry vs Draco struggle Except here it s Sonea vs Entire School all out war with the protagonist being 1 a total victim, 2 accepting everything they throw at her, 3 not fighting back, 4 barely protecting herself, 5 barely accepting help from third parties Antagonists consist of nearly all the students, most of the teachers, staff and a kitchen sink Rare people who are on Sonea s side try to help her a l Think of this book as what a Harry Potter novel would look like if it was only about Harry vs Draco struggle Except here it s Sonea vs Entire School all out war with the protagonist being 1 a total victim, 2 accepting everything they throw at her, 3 not fighting back, 4 barely protecting herself, 5 barely accepting help from third parties Antagonists consist of nearly all the students, most of the teachers, staff and a kitchen sink Rare people who are on Sonea s side try to help her a little, but it doesn t really work because she s the Ultimate Victim and not cooperating She doesn t even use all the resources available to her.It was all very funny I don t doubt it appeals a lot to young readers There s also a second thread, which contributes exactly nothing A mage magician is sent on a quest to find Important Stuff Instead, he finds himself a lover I was extremely curious as to how m m slash looks in young adult version, but was sorely disappointed That part of the book was insanely, mind numbingly boring and consisted of rambling and preaching about tolerance etc Yawn Primary school stuff.Ah, the mage magician found something Strange Don t get your hopes high though, it s irrelevant to the story and not explained at all, either in the trilogy or in its prequel


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    Do you know that feeling, when you backpacks weights 10 kg after going to a library And one single book contains 500 pages and you have to cycle uphill and all the way you re mad on yourself that you took so many books, when you have other things to do Your studies, your work, your crafts, etc And when you start reading a book at 11 pm and finish it after 3 am And you forget that it weighted tone, that you had something else to do, that it s already morning you re fascinated, charmed an Do you know that feeling, when you backpacks weights 10 kg after going to a library And one single book contains 500 pages and you have to cycle uphill and all the way you re mad on yourself that you took so many books, when you have other things to do Your studies, your work, your crafts, etc And when you start reading a book at 11 pm and finish it after 3 am And you forget that it weighted tone, that you had something else to do, that it s already morning you re fascinated, charmed and totally out of this world.Oh, you do know that feeling Well, if you want to feel it again take this book.The story itself is not complicated and I could say that it s even a little bit predictable But something in it and it s so hard to say what exactly makes you wantThe magic world in the book is very real, so are main characters Sometimes it feels like some of them are only sketches, but they still feel real I have no idea how this is possible As I said, fascinating story


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    It s been a long time since I was this frustrated with a book There were so many moments of, Why doesn t Sonea shield Why doesn t she call for help Why the f k is she allowing this to keep happening And why ffs are the adults not doing a damn thing about all of this For a strong character, in this story she does the most illogical things, but then, how dare logical progression interfere with the plot the author wanted Seriously, Sonea gets into a huge amount of trouble because sh It s been a long time since I was this frustrated with a book There were so many moments of, Why doesn t Sonea shield Why doesn t she call for help Why the f k is she allowing this to keep happening And why ffs are the adults not doing a damn thing about all of this For a strong character, in this story she does the most illogical things, but then, how dare logical progression interfere with the plot the author wanted Seriously, Sonea gets into a huge amount of trouble because she was framed for stealing a pen A pen That s it Other students sabotaging her, attacking her, torturing her, and nothing At most a slap on the wrist that s quickly dismissed for the lead aggressor, but nothing for the others Even when the teachers know this abuse is going on, they do nothing Really Ah, but this is a magical guild where the logical progression of events is subverted by the i wanna write it this way spell because reasons True, bullying in real life is an issue however, it s one that flourishes with secrecy, but that s not the issue here The adults know what s going on for the majority of the book In rl, any teacher worth their credential would escort a student and provide safe harbor, and with current media pressure, administrators don t dismiss these issues Certainly the parents are called in In any school, Regin would be expelled Ahh, but this is a magic school in a fantasy setting, so obviously we can t expect the same standards Except we see teachers who know and feel bad about what s going on They could do something and don t As an author, you need to write thisconvincingly or not have teachers who are so weak And the villain He s from a rich and influential family, so of course he can get away with whatevers Except, isn t Sonea something special, someone the teachers would want to shield from bullies Even if you did have teachers who turned a blind eye out of classist spite, Canavan also has teachers who hunch their shoulders in full knowledge yet complete impotence to do anything as simple as escorting a bullied child from class to class Who s running the school here You can t have Sonea as some dismissed guttersnipe and have the whole institution rallying against her like she s Sauron without setting up that conflict Regin is one of the most one dimensional villains I ve ever seen We don t get anything other than he s arrogant and has a cruel smile, and that s the extent of his character Oh, and he is obsessed with Sonea for reasons unknown Even if his family felt slighted by Sonea s presence at the school, that doesn t explain the extent this character goes through to ruin her life And how in the hell is one little first year novice able to spread rumors that any adult would take seriously The whole thing with Rothem being a letch was so beyond ridiculous Where are the adults here We have older people, but no actual adults acting like adults.Lord Rothem, who I initially liked in the first novel, is just as helpless as Sonea in that he should have the ability and intelligence to act but doesn t This is a book of willing victims, and that s no fun to read The storyline I actually liked was Dannyl s The way homosexuality is treated in the novel is old fashioned by this age, but I enjoyed the slowly developing romance While it may end in scandal and tears, I m hoping for a HEA The characters are well matched and quite cute together Last but not least of many issues, this novel could use a lot of trimming Thanks to Harry Potter and no thanks to crapfests like Divergent or shudders Twilight, young adult novels are topping over 500 pages Just because you can write this much doesn t mean you should Tighten your plot and actually use your overabundance of words to set up the society in such a way that the plot makes sense rather than having sh t happens because the author likes these tropes At least then I have to suffer less from the ridiculousness.Edit FIve years laterI barely remember the book at this point, but after a few comments, thought I should clarify my stance One, I m kind of surprised anyone reads my reviews I don t expect anyone to bother with my silly scribblings Mainly, they re a way for me to remember what I read and or to vent So if you ve read, thanks If you ve commented, thank you for that too Even if it s to disagree, I appreciate the time you took to respond Two, as for bullying I know bullying is a problem I ve worked in education, and boy, is it a huge problem I wrote to one commenter that I ve had teachers who were criminally abusive in today s climate I ve had teachers who ignored my abuse from other students as well In my experience, one thing about teachers, especially of young students, is that you rarely see them tearing each other down publically As a teacher, if you have problems with a colleague, you air those behind closed doors The reason you ever show children that they can play teachers off one another, you re done Children are remarkably manipulative, and it doesn t take much for them to see where the cracks are Three, a big issue I took was the helplessness of the characters involved There were things Sonea could do and didn t Again, from experience, bullying usually involves three orpeople against one because you need numbers in your favor, otherwise, the odds of being successful aren t in your favor Sonea s magic changes those odds so she shouldn t have the same vulnerabilities as any normal child When a character can do something to protect themselves and doesn t, what s the motivation There s nothing to stop Sonea, not externally or internally If the school had rules against protections like shielding, that might be something, but then there should also be fail safes because bullying would be a big problem Is she afraid to use her magic after having to hide it for so many years Then we could have some character growth, but that s not the problem Sonea just isn t Please don t take this as victim blaming There are reasons people stay in abusive relationships that make it super hard to get out of that cycle From a writing perspective, THAT would have been a better story because there s an element of realism The Kitty Norville series though far from my fav because of weird plotting issues , has a character who starts off abused and repeated raped Patricia Briggs has a number of characters like this as well But there are reasons characters behave this way and these characters do grow to break out of these cycles.To invoke one of the most referenced books, groan if you will , Harry Potter does a good job of showing both teachers and students as bullies You can also see how teachers disagree with each other but still have a united front and how terribly broken it feels with a rogue teacher So to the fourth and the main issue it s just bad writing There s no insight into the whys and hows bullying works There s no depth of character despite the massive page load Was Regin insecure, like Curley from Of Mice and Men Was he classist, like Malfoy, or bitter like Snape, or entitled like James Was he a spoiled rotten psychopath, like Prince Joffrey You can take the same elements and write a muchcompelling, psychologically complex story If you enjoyed, awesome Don t let me spoil that for you Maybe I should have put that at the top of my review If we shadows have offeneded, Think of this and all is mended, A different opinion is no threat, Especially from some jerk on the net