Favorite magical spells or moments? May contain spoilers!

Discuss the December 2016 Book of the Month, Nightlord by Garon Whited.
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My favorite spell was when he made the statues (gargoyles? I could not remember) sing to entertain the children. That was way back when he was in Baret. He met Linnaeus after that. It was the start of his "fame" because a song was made for him that time.
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hsimone wrote:This one contains a spoiler!

I really like the rock-talking spell. It was such a cute and fun way to entertain some of the children, and I wished I could do that! Can you imagine how many kids would be entertained if rocks (or other objects) could talk?
Haha, yeah, that would be awesome. It would save so much time spent taking care of kids, just let the rock do it for you!

Then again, we already have tv...
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There's a lot of good wizardry and description of magic in this book. But the one time I truly appreciated it was when Eric was healing Keldun's wife. The way the process was described - science and magic working together - was too good!

I also liked when he enchanted Linnaeus the Bard's instruments!
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