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the magic she has stolen However she becomes troubled when her new acuaintances tell her that Angels do not exist that she is not doomed for using magic and that her Angel sounds a lot like an all powerful sorcerer not a deityIn contrast Tyen s world embraces and relies on magic for day to day living Tyen is a teacher at a magic school teaching students by day and desperately searching for solutions by night that will help him transform Vella a woman who s consciousness has been stored into the leaves of a book back to human form However Tyen s plans are interrupted when the Ruler of the Worlds Raen is rud to have returned the strongest magic user in existence who forbids magical teaching The school is disbanded and just as Tyen is leaving he is approached by Raen who agrees to help restore Vella if Tyen will spy on rebels that are plotting against himSo I ll start off by acknowledging that the concept Canavan has created for this trilogy is seriously impressive Multiple worlds with different views on magic developed due to its availability as a resource is very clever Each world has its own customs and beliefs and I loved how Canavan slowly integrated the idea that Rielle s Angel and Tyen s Raen were in fact the same person a powerful sorcerer charged with the impossible task of balancing all the worlds and making sure they were not depleted of magic Raen remains an elusive enigmatic character throughout who is persuasive and full of bold ideas Yet you are never sure as a reader if you can trust him Is he a villain using immoral tactics or an immortal man charged with an impossible burden trying to make the best of it The interest and lure of this book definitely stems from this one character and trying to figure him outHowever this novel suffers for an unusual reason it has too much worldbuilding and not enough forward momentum to the story Normally its the other way around It s something I ve experienced with Canavan s works before she falls into the trap of 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  • Hardcover
  • 568
  • Angel of Storms
  • Trudi Canavan
  • English
  • 14 July 2019
  • 9780356501130