Wednesday, January 18, 2017

Exiles: The Ruins of Ambrai, by Melanie Rawn (review by Guest Blogger Elizabeth Grabowski)

In this exhilirating novel, the age of mageborns is about to end, and non-magic supremacy will be elevated to a more hign standing than ever. Throughout this book, the perspective shifts between first-daughter Glenin Feiran, Collan Rosvenir, Sara Liuhellan, and cailet Rille, all vicitins of the destruction of the wondrous cuity of Ambrai and the downfall of Mages. When an infamous Mage Guardian entangles their lives and gives them the job of taking back the rights of Mageborns, will they succeed?

I loved this book and read it three times. Melanie Rawn is a great writer and uses language and complex thoughts brilliantly. As the book progresses, the characters develip even more and are almost like real people. I also thought the overall presentation of this amazing fantasy biik was great. I would recommend this book to teens and even adults who don't mind 800 page books ;)

Review by Guest Blogger Elizabeth Grabowski, age 14.

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