With her unique magical abilities, Opal has always felt unsure of her place at Sitia's magic academy. But when the Stormdancer clan needs help, Opal's knowledge makes her the perfect choice - until the mission goes awry. Pulling her powers in unfamiliar directions, Opal finds herself tapping into... show more
With her unique magical abilities, Opal has always felt unsure of her place at Sitia's magic academy. But when the Stormdancer clan needs help, Opal's knowledge makes her the perfect choice - until the mission goes awry. Pulling her powers in unfamiliar directions, Opal finds herself tapping into a new kind of magic as potent as it is frightening.
Publish date: July 17th 2009
Publisher: Mira Books
Pages no: 504
Edition language: English
Series: Glass (#1)
Storm Glass by Maria V. Snyder My rating: 3 of 5 stars Four years attending the Magician's Keep, and Opal believes she's nothing but a disaster and a disappointment. Instead of being able to learn and practice new powers like other students, her one and only ability is placing a thread of magic with...
Unfortunately not as good as I had hoped, nor as good as the other series attached to this one, the Study Series. My reasoning for this is mainly based on the characters, when you have friends like these who needs enemies? I don't understand how she called any of these people her friends, and her lo...
It was fantastic to be in this world again. This book is a spin off of Maria V. Snyder's Study series. Some characters from that series appeared in this one and it was amazing. I loved reading from the point of view of a magician who is very different from Yelena. It was a great story and I can'...
*Book source ~ Purchased at Audible From Goodreads: As a glassmaker and a magician-in-training, Opal Cowen understands trial by fire. Now it's time to test her mettle. Someone has sabotaged the Stormdancer clan's glass orbs, killing their most powerful magicians. The Stormdancers—particularly the ...
There comes a time when I need to step back from the book or books that I am currently reading and begin another story entirely. I have learned that by doing this I do not get burned out as fast reading wise. This particular book was a perfect buffer for my current selection. This story is beautif...
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