further adventures of Mary Taff's world of Magick, Adept Diana experiences
a series of disturbing visions which lead to her life-mate Mage
Winston being named guardian pro tem of Ocean Magick.
But even though she is allowed to accompany him to his new post, Dee's life-long
anger at the Goddess prevents her from taking her rightful place at his
side as the
official Priestess of that stronghold.
Together Dee and Win try once again to rid the world
of a terrible evil, which this time comes in a form no one could have
expected and leaves Dee shaken to the very core of her being.
What worked for
I like the strong
relationship between Win and Dee, and was glad to spend more time with them
after "Magick". The plot in this
sequel was interesting,
as was Diana's opportunity to see with new eyes the childhood experiences
which left her so scarred.
Size-wise Diana was still
struggling with her low-self esteem,
and continued to lack
confidence in herself physically and mentally.
What didn't work for me:
conversations between characters are somewhat distracting as their
format is not set in standard quotes or italics, but
are in brackets.
While it could stand on its
own, I think that most readers will find it a more satisfying experience
if they start from the beginning of this series.
"Magick", you won't want to miss this
If you liked
"More than Magick" you
might also enjoy "Magick"
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