Millennium’s Rule
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  • 1
    Thief's Magic | Trudi Canavan

    Thief's Magic

    • UNABRIDGED (17 hrs and 36 mins)
    • By Trudi Canavan
    • Narrated By Grant Cartwright, Hannah Norris
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
    Overall
    (611)
    Performance
    (569)
    Story
    (572)

    In a world where an industrial revolution is powered by magic, Tyen, a student of archaeology, unearths a sentient book called Vella. Once a young sorcerer-bookbinder, Vella was transformed into a useful tool by one of the greatest sorcerers of history. Since then she has been collecting information, including a vital clue to the disaster Tyen’s world faces.Elsewhere, in an land ruled by priests, Rielle the dyer’s daughter has been taught that to use magic is to steal from the Angels.

    Half good, half bad

    The Tyen parts of the book for the best and the Rielle parts for the least. Tyen's world was interesting full of a mix of science and magic. Where as ..Show More »

    Reviewed on May 20 2014 by Daniel (Aylett, VA, United States)
  • 2
    Angel of Storms: Millennium’s Rule Trilogy, Book 2 | Trudi Canavan

    Angel of Storms: Millennium’s Rule Trilogy, Book 2

    • UNABRIDGED (19 hrs and 43 mins)
    • By Trudi Canavan
    • Narrated By Hannah Norris, Piers Wehner
    Overall
    (264)
    Performance
    (236)
    Story
    (237)

    Tyen is teaching mechanical magic at a school respected throughout the worlds. News arrives that the formidable ruler of all worlds is back and enforcing his old laws - including the one forbidding schools of magic. As teachers and students flee, Tyen is left with no home and no purpose...except the promise he made to Vella. Tyen must decide what he is willing to do to free her. After five years among the tapestry weavers of Schpeta, Rielle's peaceful new life has been shattered by a local war.

    great so far

    this is shaping up to be a really great series. the moral dimensions of the characters are intriguing and I'm hoping romance blooms!

    Reviewed on January 17 2016 by Rev. C. Hall ()