Call of Madness

Call of Madness In Caithe magic is considered to be a gift from the devil that should be rejected by giving away your life when the first signs of magic madness appear However the same magic gift is considered a b

  • Title: Call of Madness
  • Author: Julie Dean Smith
  • ISBN: 9780345363275
  • Page: 271
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • In Caithe, magic is considered to be a gift from the devil, that should be rejected by giving away your life when the first signs of magic madness appear However, the same magic gift is considered a blessing, when used by Caithe s king But the situation is problematic, when Athaya, the king s daughter starts showing the signs of the magic She runs to a nearby kingdoIn Caithe, magic is considered to be a gift from the devil, that should be rejected by giving away your life when the first signs of magic madness appear However, the same magic gift is considered a blessing, when used by Caithe s king But the situation is problematic, when Athaya, the king s daughter starts showing the signs of the magic She runs to a nearby kingdom that embraces magic, but will that be enough to protect her

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    1. I loved this series! It was so unique and different from all the other fantasy books out there. I loved the spirit Athaya was written in and her complex relationship with Jaren. Julie really thought out the magic system in this seriesd if was very clear and natural. You could almost imagine being able to cast the spells standing in the corridors of your mind.I really wish these books would have gotten more attention as they were great from start to finish. I don't know what happened to he author [...]

    2. Julie Dean Smith wrote some great stuff with this series. Not your typical fantasy. Not a ripoff of Tolkein as so many are. Just a decent story. Good series.--Wag--

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