We are all writers here, so I have to assume most of us are fairly avid readers. I wanted to create a thread where you can post about that really awesome book you just finished. Not just whatever book you finished, but the one that when you closed it, made you think....”Wow, that was really freaking good!” The one that makes you want to talk about it with others and find other people who have read it. The one that you just...couldn’t...put...down. Tell us what it is and why you liked it. Tell us where you found it. And hopefully we’ll all get some more good reads. Doesn’t have to be Moby Dick. Could be a free book you found on Amazon. Just want to hear what you all are excited about! Mine is Voice of Power by Melanie Cellier. In a world where all magic is controlled by the nobility the common born are kept illiterate. Because words are magic. Mages write compositions, inbuing the words with power, and by ripping the scrolls, cast mighty spells. Without the power to control the magic, writing can go dangerously awry, eliminating whole villages when the power explodes without proper containment. Hence why the commoners are kept illiterate. Until Elena. With one spoken word, she casts a controlled spell. Suddenly she finds herself snatched from her family and training to be a mage...the first Spoken Mage, who uses speaking instead of writing. The first commonborn mage. She fights to find her place...as a mage, as an equal and not as just a test subject. She fights for her very life, as there are those who fear her and what she can do. And she fights to right the wrongs done to the commonborn by the elite, all while being a part of both worlds. I recommend it! Found it on Amazon Kindle.