The Last Wizard (Wizard of the Grove, #2)
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The Last Wizard (Wizard of the Grove #2)

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Crystal was given to the world of Ardhan by the Elders to save it from an evil wizard. But after destroying her enemy, Crystal's purpose for existing ended--until she saved a single human life and found a new cause for her growing powers. The enthralling sequel to Child of the Grove.
Paperback, 288 pages
Published March 7th 1989 by DAW
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Robert Runte
review from 1990:

This is the second in Huff's Crystal Wizard duology. Unlike most sequels, this is an even better book than the original. You'll probably enjoy The Last Wizard more by reading Child of the Grove first, but this is a definite "must read."

The Last Wizard interweaves three brilliant plot elements, only one of which is safe to give away here:

Crystal had been created for one purpose and one purpose only, and no one gave a thought to how she'd feel when that was finished, knowing the w...more
Barbara
Mar 11, 2014 Barbara rated it 3 of 5 stars
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This one is better than the first in this series. I love the idea of this. The main character was created to fulfill a prophecy, which she did in the first book. This one covers what on earth she does next. Something I've not seen before and the idea was explored well.

I also really enjoyed seeing Lord Death in the throes of his first love affair. He behaved like a love-struck teenager. Most amusing.
Elizabeth
This was a really good book though like the first one it led up to this big moment and then....it was done and you were left going....what just happened here.......Overall all a good read and I would reccommend it if your looking for some light reading.
Briana
The heroine is great. I love the love story and how it is really inclusive of multiple kinds of love. Also adventure, mgaical stuff, castles, love! Good, quick, easy fun read that's well written!
Stephanie
Great story, great characters, good action, a satisfactory resolution ... one of my favourites. (Though I do always want more of Raulin and Jago after the story ends...)
Audra
Read this book years ago, loved it then, loved it as much when I reread it.
Jeffrey
I liked this volume of the duology much better than the first book.
S.A.
Tension, anguish and terror. The ending made me cry.
Helen
superb, but she seems to have shot down sequels - phooey!
TJ
Eehh. Not really worth it
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