Tag: Melanie Cellier

Book Review: Seeds of Glory and Ruin by Melanie Cellier

Seeds of Glory and Ruin by Melanie CellierMy rating: 4 of 5 starsKindle Good story but I think I’ve been reading YA fantasy for too long now. Plots and devices are common across various authors. (restricted library section Harry Potter), magic dying out due… Continue Reading “Book Review: Seeds of Glory and Ruin by Melanie Cellier”

Book Review: Power of Pen & Voice by Melanie Cellier

Power of Pen and Voice by Melanie Cellier My rating: 5 of 5 starsKindle Peace breaking out all over A wonderful story that tied up loose ends and adds more magical areas to explore. It looks like the 3 kingdoms and the people in… Continue Reading “Book Review: Power of Pen & Voice by Melanie Cellier”

Book Review: Voice of Life by Melanie Cellier

Voice of Life by Melanie CellierMy rating: 5 of 5 starsKindle UnlimitedMoving kingdoms forward despite themselves.The Spoken Mage is being fought over or attempted to be kidnapped by 2 competing kingdoms now. I found the Sekali kingdom more appealing because they sought to lift… Continue Reading “Book Review: Voice of Life by Melanie Cellier”

Book Review: Voice of Dominion by Melanie Cellier

Voice of Dominion by Melanie Cellier My rating: 5 of 5 starsKindle Cliffhanger much?Right at the end of the book, there are 2 bombs dropped (read it yourself, I’m not telling). Good character and world development kudos to the author. Thanks for the adventures,… Continue Reading “Book Review: Voice of Dominion by Melanie Cellier”

Book Review: Voice of Command by Melanie Cellier

Voice of Command by Melanie Cellier My rating: 5 of 5 stars KindleTested and ProvenIn 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… Continue Reading “Book Review: Voice of Command by Melanie Cellier”

Book Review: Voice of Power by Melanie Cellier

Voice of Power by Melanie Cellier My rating: 5 of 5 starsKindle topsy turvey Oh, what a tale we are weaving here. First, the great divide between the have and have nots is words, and words have power. Now introduce a non-magical commoner who… Continue Reading “Book Review: Voice of Power by Melanie Cellier”