The High Lord (Black Magician #3) by Trudi Canavan: A Review

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Sonea, a young magician at the Magician’s Guild, has learned much of the ways of magic however, in this magnificent end to ‘The Black Magician’ trilogy, she finds herself in the middle of a terrible plot.
Sonea is rife with fear over the coming of an ancient enemy to destroy the Guild and take Kyralia. She must work with her allies closely to overcome this terrifying reality.
My Review
Rating: 4.7/5
This third  and final magical novel in The Black Magician trilogy by Trudi Canavan is a fitting conclusion to such a riveting and enthralling tale of magical and political struggles. The character development of several main characters, and some minor ones that have risen to a priority, is wonderful to behold as they turn into stronger and more powerful individuals in order to face the dangers to come.
I am totally in love with Kyralia and the stories that Canavan has depicted; she has written a prequel novel and a sequel trilogy to this trilogy which are brilliantly informative in their conclusion of the history of this world.
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