Knowledge is power, and Miralyn is confused.
Silica Junction native Miralyn discovers that she has mystic powers. But everyone is acting so strangely all of a sudden. Piecing together clues from her friends, neighbors, and a new mentor, Miralyn sets out to puzzle through not only the limits of her abilities but what's going on in the world. Ominous tidings foretell a dark future for the Opal Kingdom, and there's no one better to alter that fate than an experienced Mage.
Time to become one.
My Opinion: 37 pages (feels like a lot more), $0.99, Available on Kindle Unlimited
Book 2 feels like it was written by someone other than the author of books 1 and 3. It features a main character that seems to be an awakened NPC, which is different than the characters created and self aware in books 1 and 3. Additionally, the notifications in book 2 are different as are the number of repetitive and rote dialogue.
I’m usually a big fan of mages but this one was boring and the spells did so little damage it was laughable. Most of the story feels either tedious because of the repetitive NPC dialogue or just plain boring. The other two stories seemed to go by in a flash, this one felt like it was 100 pages.
Score: 5 out of 10