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Mage and Source

(Tales of Blood & Light #4)

4.86  ·  Rating details ·  7 ratings  ·  3 reviews
The next world arrives in a shattering fall.

The Cedna is dead, and magic is broken. Laith Amar, a famous mage, must learn to live without his skill as all of Lethemia reels from the Fall. Fighting despair and skeptical colleagues, Laith seeks any solution that can return his talents.

From hidden sources, hope emerges.

Angered by losing the war against Lethemia, the Eastern E
ebook, 362 pages
Published July 21st 2017 by Luminous Creatures Press
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Taryn Kloeden
Jul 25, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Mage and Source tells the story of Laith, a mage who suddenly finds himself in a world devoid of the magic that defined his life, and Elena, a poison-master trying to escape the trauma that has defined hers for so long. The fourth in the ToBaL series, Mage and Source is the first to tell the story in two perspectives, an excellent narrative choice that really drew me in. Laith has been my favorite character based on his appearances in the other novels, and I was so excited to finally get his sto ...more
Tamara Shoemaker
Jun 13, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Tales of Blood and Light is swiftly becoming one of my favorite series, and that's mostly because each new book that comes out is stronger than the last.

Generally, most series I've read have weakened as they've progressed, due to several factors, but mostly due to lack of detailed planning on the author's part, so plot points sort of fall where they may in the final books, and haphazard loopholes crop up in various places. No such thing in Street's books. Careful, methodical, and well-plotted, t
Emily Street
Jul 21, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
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Tales of Blood & Light (4 books)
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