The Soul Mirror
Anne de Vernase rejoices that she has no talent for magic. But she is dismayed to learn the king intends to barter her hand in marriage. Anne recognizes that the summoning carries implications far beyond her bleak future. And a murder in the queen's inner circle convinces Anne that her young... show more
Anne de Vernase rejoices that she has no talent for magic. But she is dismayed to learn the king intends to barter her hand in marriage. Anne recognizes that the summoning carries implications far beyond her bleak future. And a murder in the queen's inner circle convinces Anne that her young sister's magical death wasn't accidental.With no one to trust, Anne must take on her sister's legacy to discover the truth-thrusting herself into a centuries-old struggle that could forever alter the boundaries of magic, nature, and the divine.
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: January 3rd 2012
Pages no: 533
Edition language: English
Series: Collegia Magica (#2)
I had my doubts about this book at first. (There was mention of a raven's call startling our heroine on the first page. I had to roll my eyes a little! It's always a raven... why can't anyone in a book be startled by a Guinea hen-- now there's a startling bird call!)I had my doubts, partially becaus...
The sequel to 'The Spirit Lens' - and really, you've got to read that one first! The first book ended with a satisfying resolution to the main mystery - but circles of conspirators still plague the kingdom of Sabria. Anne de Vernase, a convicted traitor's daughter, is called to court to serve as the...
drey’s thoughts: Soul Mirror takes place after the events in The Spirit Lens, and tells the story from the viewpoint of Anne de Vernase–the daughter who named her father traitor, saw her brother imprisoned, lived with her mother’s madness, and grieves her sister’s death. So much tragedy in this you...
Another excellent installment in the Collegia Magica series. Particularly liked that my heartbreak about Dante's character shift at the end of the previous book was not only explained, but Berg has made me love him even more than before. As a character, Anne has a slow build from powerless to extrao...