The Novice: The Black Magician Trilogy

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Zondervan, Oct 13, 2009 - Fiction - 480 pages

"Even if a magician's powers surface of their own accord, he will soon be dead if he does not gain the knowledge of how to control them."

Alone among all the novices in the Magicians' Guild, only Sonea comes from lowly beginnings. Yet she has won powerful allies—including Lord Dannyl, newly promoted to Guild Ambassador. But Dannyl must now depart for the Elyne court, leaving Sonea at the mercy of the lies and malicious rumors her enemies are busy spreading . . . until the High Lord Akkarin steps in. The price of Akkarin's support is dear, however, because Sonea, in turn, must protect his mysteries—and a secret that could lead a young novice mage deep into the darkness.

Meanwhile, Dannyl's first order to resume High Lord Akkarin's long-abandoned research into ancient magical knowledge is setting him on an extraordinary journey fraught with unanticipated peril—as he moves ever-closer to a future both wondrous . . . and terrible.

 

Contents

Section 1
3
Section 2
19
Section 3
35
Section 4
49
Section 5
60
Section 6
72
Section 7
87
Section 8
102
Section 21
269
Section 22
281
Section 23
291
Section 24
300
Section 25
315
Section 26
322
Section 27
336
Section 28
346

Section 9
110
Section 10
120
Section 11
133
Section 12
146
Section 13
161
Section 14
174
Section 15
186
Section 16
197
Section 17
206
Section 18
219
Section 19
233
Section 20
253
Section 29
358
Section 30
372
Section 31
381
Section 32
391
Section 33
406
Section 34
415
Section 35
425
Section 36
433
Section 37
445
Section 38
457
Section 39
461
Section 40
463

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About the author (2009)

Trudi Canavan is the author of the bestselling Black Magician trilogy—The Magician's Guild, The Novice, and The High Lord—as well as Priestess of the White and Last of the Wilds, Books One and Two of her Age of the Five trilogy. She lives in a little house on a hillside, near a forest, in the Melbourne suburb of Ferntree Gully in Australia. She has been making up stories about things that don't exist for as long as she can remember, and was amazed when her first published story received an Aurealis Award for Best Fantasy Short Story in 1999. A freelance illustrator and designer, she also works as the designer and Art Director of Aurealis, a magazine of Australian Fantasy & Science Fiction.