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This journal of sorts sheds light on the ramifications for Minalan of the new personalities in his head, will they be helpful in his endeavours or cause trials and tribulations adding to the jumps and pitfalls that would inevitably show up round the next corner.
Couldn't put the book down. I eagerly await the next book. I am a big fan of Minalyn. I appreciate the fast writting and release of books by the author. In the mean time, I'll have to read this book again.
Okay, to be fair, it is entitled as being the journal of Min and that is precisely what it is, a tedious journal of the day to day life of the mad mage. It recants Min's struggles with the various entities that now share his mind...in mind numbing detail.
Don't get me wrong. I love the Spellmonger series, but this "book" was a struggle to finish. Yes, there are a few gems within it, but they are few and far between. I won't say that it is an utter and complete waste of time, but I can say that I won't ever bother to read it again.
A fascinating review of the various personalities that have left their indelible mark upon the soul and psyche of our intrepid hero. The many lives granted through the Yith's ordeal see Minalan slowly descending into a fevered state we saw last in Journeymage where he once again allows his sub-/unconscious mind to have free reign over his creative instinct. I was surprised at the lack of ability of the gods and other races to intervene in this process, but excited for the future story arcs hinted at with the Darkfaller raid, the construction of the portal enchantments, and Rard's pronouncement regarding Farise and the possession of Gilmora. Looking forward to the next installment in the series.