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Having passed his first test at the Academy, most believe Tolan has proved he belongs. Only Tolan knows the truth: that his shaping required power from the borrowed bondar — and possibly from the elementals themselves. If he can’t find a way to shape without one, he’ll be expelled from the Academy.  

When he intervenes to stop another attack on the city, he once again finds himself in the middle of the battle between Terndahl and the Draasin Lord. Worse, because of his continued reliance on the bondars, he begins to fear he might be responsible for releasing elementals. 

Another test approaches. For him to remain at the Academy, he must find real power within himself, but a greater challenge distracts him. With increased attacks on the city, Tolan might be the only one to know what they’re after — and how to stop them.

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no real explanation

this was a struggle to finish, the author doesn't seem to be able to put intangible ideas into words.

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Wow

If you wanna read a book were the mc has no common sense and no survival instinct this is your book! The mc has insane amounts of internal monologue, he shares his thoughts with his friends they express some logic and reason and he just does it anyway…. This book depicts modern day youth perfectly complete and utter lack of common sense …minus the cool magic … if you get rid of all the repetitive nonsense I’d bet you would only have 3 books ..

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interesting but slightly repetitive

I found the content engaging and the story line interesting for the most part but the writer felt the next to explain without end exactly what Tolan was thinking every second of his existence. I would have liked some things to be left to the imagination to avoid repetition...but overall a great story so far. With that said, I will be purchasing book three shortly

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