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About the Author: Trudi Canavan

Trudi Canavan was born in Kew, Melbourne and grew up in Ferntree Gully, a suburb at the foothills of the Dandenongs.In 1999 she won the Aurealis Award for Best Fantasy Short Story with Whispers of the Mist Children In the same year she was granted a writers residency at Varuna Writers Centre in Katoomba, New South Wales.In November 2001, The Magicians Guild was first published in Australia T



10 thoughts on “The High Lord

  1. says:

    This last book in the trilogy is the best by far I really enjoyed it I d recommend reading the trilogy together and in order, which is probably something normal people would do anyway I think while each one has a complete story arc, they form a much complex and satisfying whole all together Normally I advocate reading books haphazardly and maniaclly, but really, these could be just one big long novel


  2. says:

    I was so very, very disapointed with this ending, it was geniunely abismal, and I loved the second book, I though it was down to earth and just about right This, this piece of poorly plotted abomination ruined it, it s almost as if when she was writing it Canavan just thought Actually, do you know what Screw all the plot and tension I ve decided to write the ending to a very bad piece fan fiction and then stic


  3. says:

    Actual Rating 4.5I just could not stop read this one until it was finished I was like this from start to finish


  4. says:

    It wasn t that complicated a plot, or that original a premise to be honest, much of the setting reminded me of Raymond E Feist s Krondor mixed with his magicians on Kelewan Regardless, I enjoyed reading the books and read them very quickly one a day, just about They re light, easy reads, in my opinion If you re looking for something long and epic, look somewhere else, but if you want something to take up a boring weekend or som


  5. says:

    Find my review on BookNest.Eu which is an expanded version of this review Hope you enjoy He had given her too much He had given her everything The High Lord starts one year after the ending of the previous book in the series, so the immediate results of those events have already unfolded.I would say that The High Lord was the best of the series as I felt attachments to the characters and experienced a number of emotions which were indu


  6. says:

    I started this series years and years ago About two years ago I bought the whole series so I could finally finish it I fell in love with this world again But, to be honest, my biggest motivation was the gay couple that I shipped without end.However, when I picked this book up back then it didn t really grip me and I lost interest in it around the 150 page mark I m not really sure what made me decide to pick this up again last week but I just rea


  7. says:

    I cannot even with the horrid heap of crap that this was.First of all, a bunch of people died for no reason Then, a bunch of storylines were left untied.And the absolute worst of all, for which Trudi Canavan should get repeatedly hit in the back of the neck with a book by Professor Snape, is that of all the couples she wrote that were constantly having sex and making out and talking about how much they loved each other, the gay one was the only one who d


  8. says:

    I enjoyed these books up until the end which ruined the whole thing for me.


  9. says:

    MAJOR SPOILERS I m writing this review without reading the ones below I just finished reading the book, so you might realize I m still affected by a lot of what just happened It took a day to read each book, and every day I was and interested on the fates of Sonea, Rothen, Dannyl, Cery, and eventually, even perhaps than the rest, Akkarin Because of that, let me just inhale and exhale and perhaps say Holy Shit Excuse my language, but really That is how I feel, bewildere


  10. says:

    I really disliked the dramatic shift in Akkarin s character that took place in this book It seemed inconsistent with the previous book Granted, a lot of the shift in character stems from previously unknown information being revealed, but it still felt illogical Maybe I would have accepted it easily if there had been a little foreshadowing and ambiguity in previous novels or if there was a bit ambiguity in this one, but Sonea and Loreln especially seemed too willing to forgive a


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