Susan
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Does Nathaniel ever grow and become a better person in respect to realizing the oppression of the magicians is not beneficial. Does he ever redeem himself in finally showing any compassion for the common people or does he remain the obnoxious pimple he was in the first book?

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Sittingduck
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Grace Crandall Well, I do think he grows a bit beyond 'obnoxious pimple' in this book--or more accurately, comes to a crisis of heart. it's a pretty cool character arc actually, not sure I've ever seen it before :)
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