Saturday, August 4, 2018

ARC Review: Mistake of Magic

39898983Mistake of Magic (Power of Five #2)

Three trials stand between Lera and exile. Unless the training kills her first.

Quint magic has never chosen a human before, and the Elders Council is convinced Lera is a mistake.

When the quint refuses to be cleaved apart, the enraged elders give them a choice: exile from Lunos or demotion to the lowest of trainees. Subject again to the humiliations and deadly trials they endured centuries ago, the males now face a new challenge—training Lera to survive.

River, Shade, Coal, and Tye will do whatever it takes to keep Lera safe. But Lera will do whatever she must to keep them together—even if it means putting herself in mortal danger.


After reading Power of Five, I couldn’t wait for more, but I’m always hesitant to pick up the second book so soon after finishing the first. What if it’s not as good? What if I don’t love it? What then? Often times, I find that the second book can make of break a series. Yes, that can be said of any book in a series, especially those that are super long, as there is often a lag toward the middle.

So what about Mistake of Magic? Well, if you can’t tell from my rating, I loved it! While the end didn’t leave the urgency of Power of Five, I’m still eagerly awaiting more! I’ll admit, Mistake of Magic didn’t always follow the path I thought it would, but I wouldn’t change a thing! Each of the males finally agree that Lera wasn’t going anywhere…but how were they going to keep her safe during the Citadel’s trials? Well now, that’s the question, isn’t it? I loved seeing the character growth, and as with the first, each of the males must once again learn how they fit in the quint, and in Lera’s life.

*I received a digital ARC from the author for a blog review. This does not affect my review. This review is voluntary.*

Review of Power of Five (Power of Five #1)

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