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Combined edition of A College of Magics and A Scholar of Magics
566 pages
Published (first published January 1st 2008)
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Parce qu'il FAUT lire ces deux romans. Parce qu'ils vont vous enchanter comme ils vous faire rire ou frémir. Parce que c'est beau. Parce que c'est bien. Et parce qu'en plus, ça manque les livres où la magie n'est pas qu'un prétexte (ou qu'un joli mot dans le titre ou la quatrième de couverture).
Rachael
Between the two novels, I do prefer the second, which focuses on Jane and a romantic interest for her, though she does have a large role in the first novel as well. Really, Jane is the best, with her love of tea, sandwiches, and sticky ginger cake. She is very sensible, but not above the ridiculous, and more than a match for any who would get in her way. Great characters!
Nicki
The first book (A College of Magics) was much better than the second (A Scholar of Magics). It was good, but not amazing.
Beth Meyers
Yeah--pretty much fantastic. Although I kind of liked A College of Magics best, even if it was a bit confusing at times.
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Caroline Stevermer grew up miles from anywhere on a dairy farm in southeastern Minnesota. She has a sister and two brothers. After high school, she attended Bryn Mawr College in Pennsylvania, where she earned a B.A. degree in the history of art. She knew she wanted to be a writer when she was eight years old. She began by writing stories in her school notebooks. (They were not good.
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