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Selena Nelesti wants nothing to do with her noble name. While her mother schemes to find her a highborn husband, young Selena loses herself in her studies, learning about the villains and heroes who helped shape the world.

But ancient history cannot fix her future. To destroy the shackles of duty and forge her own path, she must seek out new knowledge - forbidden knowledge. All magic requires sacrifice, however, and if Selena is not careful, it may consume her completely.

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Boring and Slow

Based on the description, this seemed like an interesting concept. Alas, the plot is almost non-existent, the pace is slow, and the story is boring. All of that added up to one thing: I don't care about the characters or what happens to them. I quit halfway through.

Half of the first half could have been eliminated and we'd still have all necessary background and character information. Adding dimension to the characters would have helped as well. They're too one-dimensional and predictable.

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Well written

Well written and creative. I loved the setting and character’s interactions. Loved the new magical take.