The Glass Magician
Now well into her apprenticeship with magician Emery Thane, twenty-year-old Ceony Twill is continuing to discover the joy of paper magic. She adores bringing her spells to life in surprising ways, from learning the power of distortion to creating a beloved paper dog. And she secretly hopes that... show more
Now well into her apprenticeship with magician Emery Thane, twenty-year-old Ceony Twill is continuing to discover the joy of paper magic. She adores bringing her spells to life in surprising ways, from learning the power of distortion to creating a beloved paper dog. And she secretly hopes that the romance she foresaw blossoming between her and the peculiar yet strikingly
Format: Audio CD
Publisher: Brilliance Audio
Edition language: English
Series: The Paper Magician Trilogy (#2)
The Paper Magician, Book 2 I Picked Up This Book Because: Continue the series The Characters: Ceony Twill: Emery Thane: Delilah, Magician Aviosky The Story: This book picks up where The Glass Magician left off. Ceony seems to be a magnet for danger. This time she has attracted the attention of ...
It's taken me forever and a day to even attempt to read this. Memories of the first book were not making this very appealing and it's ended up sitting on my NG shelf for almost 2 1/2 years. However once i committed to reading it I was relieved to find that this is a better book than the first in a n...
Return to the magical world So, it’s a new month, and that means that I can rent a new book for the month (as an Amazon Prime member). Note, I don’t have the unlimited books for Amazon Prime. I looked at the selections and in Germany, you do get a crap selection (I don’t read German books). If someo...
The Paper Magician books include: The Paper Magician, The Glass Magician and The Master Magician, written by Charlie N. Holmberg. These three books follow Ceony Twill, a turn-of-the-century (last century) young woman who is thrown into an apprenticeship with an eccentric paper magician, Emery Than...
I liked this book almost as much as I liked the first book, but this time I started noticing Holmberg's certain writing quirks. And once I was paying attention those things started annoying me. Like how often Holmberg would use the prase "for a long moment" or something similar. Or how Emory smirk...
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