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Voice of Command

The Spoken Mage, Book 2
Narrated by: Shiromi Arserio
Series: The Spoken Mage, Book 2
Length: 7 hrs and 57 mins
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Elena has found the power in her voice - now she must decide how to use it

Finally accepted as a mage, Elena struggles with her commonborn roots. And when disaster strikes the kingdom, she can't shrug off the death toll as the mageborn have always done. Yet the limitations of her spoken magic hold her back - both in saving lives among the people and in competitions in the Academy's arena. 

In desperation she turns to an unlikely source of assistance - Prince Lucas. But just as she begins to master her powers, she finds herself the pawn of stronger forces. 

With everything she's struggled for almost within her grasp, she must decide what - and who - is worth sacrificing to come into her full power and take her place among the mages. 

If you enjoy strong heroines, fantasy worlds, adventure, intrigue, and romance, then try the Spoken Mage series now, starting with Voice of Power. 

The Spoken Mage listening order: 

  • Voice of Power
  • Voice of Command
  • Voice of Dominion
  • Voice of Life
©2019 Melanie Cellier (P)2019 Melanie Cellier

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  • R. Ritter
  • Virginia Beach, VA United States
  • 07-15-19

Awesome

An engaging continuation of the story of Elena as she navigates her new status as the only spoken mage. Character development is wonderfully supported by the complex and intriguing plot. Just as with book one, narration was on point and only enhanced the work.

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