Magic's Price

Magic's Price Review

The final chapter in Mercedes Lackey's spellbinding fantasy trilogy! The Herald-Mage, Vanyel, and his Companion, Yfandes, are alone responsible for saving the once-peaceful kingdom of Valdemar from the forces of a master who wields a dark, forbidding...

Title:Magic's Price
Edition Language:English

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  • Kathleen

    Review may contain spoilers for those who have not read the first two books in the Last Herald-Mage series. Vanyel gets a new boyfriend. Sure, there's a lot of other stuff about ruling a kingdom stewa...

  • Contrarius

    Parts of these books I really like -- and then other parts make me want to either throw the book across the room, or smack Mercedes upside the head a few times.Lackey is pretty darned good at manipula...

  • Wanda

    If I had been paying attention to the series title (and the title of this volume), I would have had a better idea of where this book was headed! I suppose you could interpret the ending as a sad one...

  • D

    I had been warned. I sort of knew what was going to happen. I had no expectations, considering the trainwreck that was the first book. But when I read the ending, I was pretty muchI mean, after pretty...

  • Experiment BL626

    The books are well written, I'm not debating that. What I am hating is the main character, Vanyel. I usually tolerate goody two-shoes to a great extend, but this character just want to make me barf. P...

  • Paul

    This initial fantasy trilogy is a really fun read. ...

  • Kathryn

    Last one! It's a toss up whether this one or the first is my favorite, it's so hard to pick. Anyway, here we go:Price is set about eight years after the end of Promise. Vanyel is no longer on the fron...

  • Jason

    I was debating giving this book a three, because I did enjoy parts, but in the end I decided it just wasn't good enough. You can read other reviews to see what's wrong with it, but, in a nutshell: mos...

  • Aphie

    Cheesy, tawdry, melodramatic with a hero who supposedly resembles a cross between Fabio, an elf and Gaston from the Disney Beauty & The Beast. I LURVED these so hard when I was a teenager, you better ...

  • Saphirablue

    *sobs* I mean, I knew what would happen because it's told as a legend/as history in the "Heralds of Valdemar" trilogy but reading it when you are in love with the main characters? Yeah, that's heavy a...