Voice of Command by Melanie Cellier
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Tested and Proven
In her second year at the Academy Elena finds herself tested and tried and finding herself more powerful than she or they ever dreamed. I appreciated the limitation discussion and the apparent use of energy to do magic is very apparent here. She also enlists in the Armed Forces to protect her sister (feeling a bit of Hunger Games here) but is sent back to the academy as her field of service. I am enjoying this series and look forward to more.
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Elena has found the power in her voice–now she must decide how to use it
Finally accepted as a mage, Elena struggles with her common-born roots. And when disaster strikes the kingdom, she can’t shrug off the death toll as the mage born have always done. Yet the limitations of her spoken magic hold her back–both in saving lives among the people and in competitions in the Academy’s arena.
In desperation, she turns to an unlikely source of assistance–Prince Lucas. But just as she begins to master her powers, she finds herself the pawn of stronger forces.
With everything she’s struggled for almost within her grasp, she must decide what–and who–is worth sacrificing to come into her full power and take her place among the mages.
If you enjoy strong heroines, fantasy worlds, adventure, intrigue, and romance, then try the Spoken Mage series now, starting with Voice of Power.
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