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The Last Enchanter (Celestine Chronicles #2)

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Months have passed since Marcus and Kelvin succeeded in their quest to find the Rock of Ivanore. Kelvin is living as royalty in Dokur, and Marcus is studying magic with Zyll. When Fredric is murdered and Kelvin becomes king, Zyll and Marcus head for Dokur in hopes of protecting Kelvin from meeting the same fate, though it quickly becomes apparent that none of them are safe ...more
Hardcover, 404 pages
Published October 15th 2013 by Tanglewood (first published September 16th 2013)
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Dorine White
Oct 20, 2013 rated it really liked it
The Story-
Marcus is at home again after healing his brother Kelvin and figuring out about the Rock of Ivanore. Kelvin has stayed behind in Dukur to train as a royal, while Marcus is once again studying magic with Zyll. All is not well. Marcus suffers severe pain every time he tries to use magic, a result of bringing Kelvin back from near death, and Marcus swears to never use magic again.

When word of the king's death (murder) reaches Marcus, Zyll heads to Dokur to help Kelvin, leaving Marcus beh
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Sharon Tyler
Nov 07, 2013 rated it really liked it
The Last Enchanter by Laurisa White Reyes is the sequel to The Rock of Ivanore. Months have passed since Marcus and Kelvin completed their quest to find the Rock of Ivanore. Kelvin is living as royalty in Dokur, and Marcus is studying magic with Zyll. When Fredric is murdered and Kelvin becomes king, Zyll and Marcus head for Dokur in hopes of protecting Kelvin from meeting the same fate, though it quickly becomes apparent that none of them are safe, and Marcus has had disturbing visions of Zyll' ...more
Akoss
Oct 12, 2013 rated it it was amazing
After I was done reading book 2 of the Celestine Chronicles, all I could think was "holy molly", over and over. It was hard to put my thoughts in order for a somewhat coherent review. All I want to say is "read this like NOW!" but I'm going to tell you what I enjoyed about it.

I would like to start with a small disclaimer. Book one had 14 years old characters and some crush, but it was easy for me to still categorize it as middle grade. This time around they are either 15 or pretty close to be (o
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Erik This Kid Reviews Books
Nov 04, 2013 rated it it was amazing
In THE LAST ENCHANTER, months have passed since they succeeded in their quest. One of the boys, Kelvin, is living as royalty in Dokur, and Marcus is studying magic with Zyll. When Lord Fredric is murdered and Kelvin becomes king, the Enchanter Zyll and Marcus head for Dokur in hopes of protecting Kelvin from meeting the same fate, though it quickly becomes apparent that none of them are safe, and Marcus has had disturbing visions of Zyll’s death. With the help of his old friends Clovis and Bryn, ...more
Tonja Drecker
Sep 27, 2013 rated it really liked it
Laurisa has put together an amazing world with characters so real, they could walk through the door, and you'd feel like you'd known them forever. The main character, Marcus, might be an enchanter's apprentice and of royal blood, but he still comes across as a normal boy with flaws and mistakes. His friends, with their fun banter and individual personalities, not only help him through even the tightest situation, but add the perfect amount of fun and spunk to the story.

The story around Marcus is
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Heidi
A fun fantasy series with plenty of exciting twists. Marcus finds himself once again on a quest. This time it's to stop a plot to kill the new king, who happens to be Marcus's brother. But in the process he must avoid being killed himself and face new challenges not the least of which is a girl. Will his magical skills be enough to save him and his friends? And what about the dreams that seem so real?

I really enjoyed this, but I do recommend you read the first book in the series first, because
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Liviania
Nov 20, 2013 rated it really liked it

THE LAST ENCHANTER is the sequel to THE ROCK OF IVANORE, and I definitely wished that I had read that first. I picked up most of the details, but I was confused about some bits, like why Marcus wasn't invited to court with his brother Kelvin, since he should be in line for the throne as well.

However, I still enjoyed THE LAST ENCHANTER. I wish the storyline about Lael, a childhood friend who tags along with Marcus when he sets out to warn his brother about an assassination threat, was better inco
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Aelvana
Aug 12, 2014 rated it liked it
Marcus and Kelvin have gone their separate ways after their adventures in The Rock of Ivanore. While Kelvin studies governance with King Fredric, Marcus has gone back to Zyll to study magic. But when tragedy strikes and Fredric dies, Marcus fears Kelvin may be next, and he heads back to Dokur to protect his brother.

This is a lot tighter than the first book, and maintains Marcus as the primary point of view throughout. That's both good and bad. It helps the plot a lot not to bounce between twenty
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Floria Taylor
May 16, 2016 rated it it was amazing
Today I finished reading 'The Last Enchanter' by Laurisa White Reyes. I was not aware there was a previous book, 'The Rock of Ivanore', in the series though that didn't matter. Even though I had not read the first book I was not left in the dark. Ms. Reyes wrote this book so well that I was able to read along with plenty of information from the previous book to understand what this story was about. Should you be lucky enough to get to read this book you will find it is definitely a page turner t ...more
Laura
Jan 25, 2014 rated it it was ok
There were too many scenes where this just read like a poorer version of other fantasy books, as though the author read a lot of Eva Ibbotson, Diana Wynne Jones and others, and then played "pick an element" as she wrote this. Good editing (scenes dragged, as did the overall book) and a little more imagination would have made this a better read.
T.J. Burns
I received a copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.
Linda
Aug 01, 2015 rated it really liked it
Nice conclusion to two-book series started with Rock of Ivanore.

Quite suitable for middle school, good guys win, bad guys lose, not too much death

Some magic.
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