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To Light A Candle - Mercedes Lackey, James Mallory
To Light A Candle
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The Demon Queen Attacks! To his own surprise, young Kellen, once the disappointing son of the great Mage who leads the City’s Mage Council, has become a powerful Knight-Mage. Valued for his bravery and his skills as both wizard and warrior, Kellen joins the Elves’ war councils. Yet he cannot... show more
The Demon Queen Attacks! To his own surprise, young Kellen, once the disappointing son of the great Mage who leads the City’s Mage Council, has become a powerful Knight-Mage. Valued for his bravery and his skills as both wizard and warrior, Kellen joins the Elves’ war councils. Yet he cannot convince the City of his birth that it is in terrible danger. Kellen’s sister Idalia, a Wild Mage with great healing ability, has pledged her heart to Jermayan, a proud Elven warrior. Someday Idalia will pay a tragic Price for a world-saving work of Wild Magic, but until then, she will claim any joy life can offer her. Jermayan, who has learned much fighting at Kellen’s side and loving the human Idalia, finds that everything changes when he Bonds with a dragon while rescuing the Elf Prince and becomes the first Elven Mage in a thousand years. Furious at her enemies’ success with the dragon, the Demon Queen attacks in force. Light struggles against Dark, like flickering candle flames buried deep in the shadow of Obsidian Mountain.
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Format: mass market paperback
ISBN: 9780765341426 (0765341425)
ASIN: 765341425
Publisher: Tor Books
Pages no: 864
Edition language: English
Series: Obsidian Mountain (#2)
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Wyvernfriend Reads
Wyvernfriend Reads rated it
4.0 To Light A Candle (The Obsidian Trilogy, Book 2)
Very readable. Moves the story on and matures the characters quite well. There is a Dragon introduced.
La Crimson Femme
La Crimson Femme rated it
Book 2 of the Obsidian series was difficult for me to read. I don't know if it was because she co-wrote it with a male writer. The story was drier for me and seemed to miss a little of that special magic from Ms. Lackey.The story line was still very good. The world building was amazing. The deta...
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