Magic Under Stone

Magic Under Stone

by Jaclyn Dolamore
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Magic Under Stone 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
pagese More than 1 year ago
I was a little worried when picking this one up. It's been a long time since I read the first, and the details seemed a little fuzzy. Surprisingly, it seemed to matter very little the more the book progressed. I find Nimira to be an interesting character. She really shows a lot of strength through out this entire book. She's willing to journey to the ends of the earth in hopes that a single man might be able to help Erris. I loved that she took matters into her own hands and decided to learn magic. She knows she only human, at the her powers may be week. That doesn't stop her from learning all she can. And when the time comes for her to journey into the fairy realm, she doesn't hesitate. She knows what she has to do. While I loved Nimira throughout the entire story, I felt disconnect from Erris. The story is lacking his voice. I don't understand him. Since he tends to shut Nimira out, we don't gain much knowledge through her. He's really struggling with who he is, and thus seems to drag the story down a little. I also disliked Valanda's daughter, Violet immensely. She honestly didn't seem to have a redeeming quality about her. My favorite new character was the jinn, Ifra. There was something about his personality and what he was that completely captured my attention. I also really liked learning more about Valdana. He's a complex character who barely makes an appearance in the story, but his impact seems great. I loved the ending. I could see the story ending here, but I really hope there is more. I feel like Nimira has more to give. And, I really want to see were Erris' new journey may take him!
KatnissChameleonKat More than 1 year ago
I loved this book. I absolutly couldn't put it down. It is filled with everything a book should have. You have to check it out as soon as possible.
JaniJon More than 1 year ago
Magic Under Stone was just as wonderful, if not better, than Magic Under Glass. Once again, I have to express my admiration for Dolamore's effortless skill at weaving realistic and mature concepts into young adult fiction. Dolamore is a magician in the way she deftly sets the stage for her characters to achieve milestone-marking epiphanies (e.g., when Nimira realizes that a change in perspective can mean the difference between good and evil). There aren't enough words to express the amount of respect I have for young adult authors, like Dolamore, who exercise their writing talents to break down so-called “complicated” topics into size-able chunks that readers of any age group can relate to and understand. Dolamore ends Magic Under Stone in a satisfying way that both concludes book #2 and leaves the possibility open for book #3, which I dearly hope is the case. I rate Magic Under Stone five out of five stars and would rate higher if that was possible. I HIGHLY recommend Magic Under Stone.