I've been waiting over a decade for this book, and it didn't disappoint! Little Arram is completely recognizable as the precursor to the intelligent, focused, and charming adult that we first met in "The Immortals Quartet." Both those of us already familiar with him and new readers will immediately pick up on three important themes: Arram's exploration of his magic, his friendships with Ozorne and Varice, and Arram's connection to the larger socio-political connection to Carthak, particularly to its practice of slavery, which Arram abhors. The book's end left me VERY MUCH looking forward to the continuation of Arram's story.

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