The Poet and the Prophecy (Magic University, #4)

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  • 04 January 2017

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The Poet and the Prophecy (Magic University, #4) In this conclusion of the Magic University series, Kyle begins his senior year full of doubt For his junior thesis, he made a new translation of an ancient prophecy he believed to be about himself and his true love Now other people are starting to believe it, too, as the signs of the Burning Days seem to be everywhere people losing their magic, odd storms and earthquakes But although Kyle has many loving friends and eager acquaintances, he has no true love in sight The only person in Kyle s heart is Frost, and the last time they laid eyes on each other, Frost punched Kyle in the face and teleported him halfway across Cambridge.Kyle begins to hope, though, when Frost moves back into the dormitory, and it appears they ll even be in a class together A poetry class Maybe Frost will start to thaw after all That would be a good thing, since if the prophecy speaks true, the world will end if Kyle doesn t find true love Our hero will need love to save the world, his friends, and himself from losing magic forever. New Read The Poet and the Prophecy (Magic University, #4) [ author ] Cecilia Tan [ Kindle ePUB or eBook ] – scottishhomebakingawards.co.uk

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10 thoughts on “The Poet and the Prophecy (Magic University, #4)

  1. Sara Winters says:

    If this is too long for some of you to read, I m giving the book a hearty recommendation I want to read it again I knew before I got to the end of The Poet and the Prophecy that my first reaction to what promised to be a stellar end to the series would be the desire to read the entire thing again That was how I felt at the end of The Incubus and the Angel As soon as I d gotten enough clu...

  2. Online Eccentric Librarian says:

    More reviews and no fluff on the blog With The Poet and the Prophecy, Cecilia Tan brings the Magic University series to a satisfying conclusion Relationships and friends are strengthened and the ultimate interpretation of the prophecy from book one is answered If the ending was a bit anticlimactic, the sweet nature of the storythan made up for the soft denouement It has been an enjoyable ride and certainly a very happy guilty pleasure read.Story FrMore reviews and no fluff on the blog With The Poet and the Prophecy, Cecilia Tan brings the Magic University series to a satisfying conclusion Relationships and friends are strengthened and the ultimate interpretation of the prophecy from book one is answered If the ending was a bit anticlimactic, the sweet nature of the storythan made up for the soft denouement It has been an enjoyable ride and certainly a very happy guilty pleasure read.Story Frost s gender instability and Kyle s worry about the prophecy are making their life difficult at Veritas Whenandstudents lose their Sight, it is becoming very obvious that something is very wrong Kyle will do his best to convince Frost that they should be together and Frost will fight his her own demons But always there is the question that haunts Kyle are he and frost truly the ones who can save the world from the fiery end What I ve really enjoyed about this series is tha...

  3. Nathan says:

    Excellent conclusion to the Magic University series.Like Watching the characters gradually learn to get out of their own way and learn to be happy Nice Guy is my Superpower Kyle is so open and accepting of everything that happens to him and around him I want him and want to be him at the same time Interactive Prophecy I mentioned in the first book that the story was heavy on Prophecy and fate Later books set me at ease about the role of prophecy in the series Rather than being a set in s Excellent conclusion to the Magic University series.Like Watching the characters gradually learn to get out of their own way and learn to be happy Nice Guy is my Superpower Kyle is so open and accepting of everything that happ...

  4. Miranda says:

    Do you know about the kinky sex Hogwarts books is something I say to people now A lot I love all of these books I stumbled on them accidentally, and they are some of the hottest, most emotionally satisfying reads I ve ever found I stayed up hours later than I should have to finish this book the day it came out ...

  5. melissa says:

    The Magic University was a super fun romp and I highly recommend the entire series However, it is definitely not for the timid or close minded especially as this last installment tends to blur the gender lines norms This final installment brings the magical world closer to the burning days Many of the students and faculty lose their sight magical ability as Kyle Frost try to figure out how to save th...

  6. Renia Carsillo says:

    The story was fine but the erotica bits were just off It was compelling enough to read the whole series, but these books kept declining after the first one.

  7. Kristina says:

    The Poet and the Prophecy by Cecilia Tan is the fourth book in the Magical University series This book is an erotic novel with a magical theme the cover makes it look like a young adult or children s book Kyle Wadsworth is entering his senior year at Veritas next to Harvard It is a college for magical students Kyle has been asked to move back into Gladius House like a dorm , and that Timothy Frost will be moving back in as well Kyle is in love with him Kyle cannot forget Frost, but F The Poet and the Prophecy by Cecil...

  8. Lucy Felthouse says:

    Article first published as eBook Review Magic University Book Four The Poet and the Prophecy by Cecilia Tan on Blogcritics.Around this time last year, I read the first three Magic University books one after the other, and did a write up here As I adored the books I was really looking forward to another one in the series This fourth and final book follows on with the story of Kyle Wadsworth s education at Veritas the secret magic university hiding within Harvard s walls.The Poet and the Pr Article first published as eBook Review Magic University Book Four The Poet ...

  9. LenaLena says:

    Very nice series of books that I look forward to rereading some day The frequent description of Harry Potter for Adults made me fear it would be totally derivative, but it really wasn t in any way, shape or form that bothered me I felt the the first three books worked better than the last one I normally don t care for mysteries in books, especially not in romance , since they are usually stupid, far fetched, simplistic and yawn inducing And they function as filler for me at the most Sorr Very nice series of books that I look forward to rereading some day The frequent description of Harry Potter for Adults made me fear it would be totally derivative, but it really wasn t in any way, shape or form that bothered me I felt the the first three books worked better than the last one I normally don t care for mysteries in books, especially not in romance , since they are usually stupid, far fetched, simplistic and yawn inducing And they function as filler for me at the most Sorry, Mr Lanyon In these, we don t get the mysteries shoved down our throats and lo and behold, that low key approach worked much better for me And it was never who I thought it was, even when I refused to believe it was the obvious person It all added up on asubtle level than expected The last book doesn t really have a mystery and that turned out to be one of its weak points While I truly appreciate the absence of a Sauron Voldemort Hitler ...

  10. Alysa H. says:

    A fitting end to the series, the main pairing finally together during Kyle s senior year I complained in my review of an earlier installment that the series at large contained So Much Unexpected Straight Sex three books of it before finally getting to the promised male male pair, and this remains true, though there is some very interesting queering of even that outcome that I did appreciate to a certain extent, and which may have been spoiled somewhat if Kyle s earlier experiences A fitting end to the series, the main pairing finally together during Kyle s senior year I complained in my review of an earlier installment that the series at large contained So Much Unexpected Straight Sex three books of it before finally getti...