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review 2019-02-24 09:51
Vivatera
Vivatera - Candace J. Thomas

Vivatera is the first in a Young Adult fantasy series that focuses on Naomi, who discovers secret powers in herself and a bunch of other people. Add to this an interesting magic system, a corrupted king and something like a magic school and I was sure to take the bait.

This was a fun, quick read. The story starts quickly and I was drawn into the story from the beginning. There is just enough mystery and guessing to make you want to continue, and while I first read it as part of all the books I'm currently reading, I decided to give it some priority and after that finished it almost in one sitting.

While I liked the story and the magic seems complex, in the sense that it is eating the people from the inside out since humans are not supposed to mingle with magic, Naomi I liked less. She was the typical sort of perfect, much more special than anyone else kind of girl which is kind of cringe-worthy. It was why I liked the secondary plot arc, following Zander, more, even though Naomi was the one who was kind of in magic school.

I will probably read the second book also.

Thanks to the publisher and Netgalley for providing me with a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review!

 

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This was my read for square 12: Last Name with T to Z. Since I completed the task I get once more to roll two dice.

 

Which lands me on square 18. Set in a school.

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review 2012-04-23 00:00
Sky Tree: Seeing Science Through Art
Sky Tree: Seeing Science Through Art - Thomas Locker,Candace Christiansen An artistic exploration of seasons and cycles. An enjoyable read that encourages interaction and discussion. Uniquely beautiful illustrations. Highly recommended!
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