The Ancient Magus' Bride, Vol. 4
"I am not alone."

Chise has been summonsed to the Dragon Aerie to begin crafting her very own wand, but her journey has more to offer than she had anticipated: magical wonders, enlightening visions, and perhaps most importantly, insight into Elias' past and the secrets he has been reluctant to reveal about himself.

Yet while Chise finds some answers about the inhuman mage's history, mysterious beings are displaying an unexpected interest in Chise herself.

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  • Sam
    Oct 26, 2016


    There is so much history and so much information in each installment of this series, I'm just trying to absorb it all. I feel quite a bit like Chaise in that manner. I am still really enjoying the storyline and I'm looking forward to the next one! 4.5 ...

  • Kathleen
    Sep 29, 2016


    The budding romance continues as Elias and Chise learn more about each other. Chise is really starting to come into her own! ...

  • Victoria Newman
    Sep 23, 2016

    Victoria Newman

    It is a great book to read ...

  • Terrence
    Sep 12, 2016


    Absolutely the best volume yet of Ancient Magus Bride. We pick up where we last left off, Lindel beginning to tell the tale of how he met Elias / Thorn. This tale sets the stage for the rest of volume 4, which is a very introspective look at Elias, Chise, and to an extent, Lindel and N...

  • Icks
    Sep 2, 2016


    The story is getting a lot thicker. Please have scenes where its possible for Elias to transform into a human for a much longer time. ...

  • Carrie
    Sep 1, 2016


    I'm so glad with how the characters developed in this book and it makes the wait for more even harder. Chise and Elias both get some much-needed backstory and their real desires in life start to solidify. They're starting to feel like real characters to me, something I've been struggli...

  • Alory Shannon
    Aug 10, 2016

    Alory Shannon

    So far, all of the books in this series have been lovely and wonderful. That's also true of this volume, but this one touched me a little deeper than the others:"And yet... A few kind words or an offered hand can be enough to save another creature. Therefore, your parents have my grati...

  • Cornerofmadness
    Jul 22, 2016


    The first third of this is Chise visiting Lindel, the mage and learning all about Elias's origins. It is very interesting and Elias is even less human than Chise thought. Also in this time, Lindel helps her make her first magical wand which goes better than she could have hoped.The res...

  • Miss
    Jul 4, 2016


    ittttttt's backstory time!this volume dives a little more into both chise and elias' history. it's well-placed because last volume had a lot of people encouraging chise to be more active in asking for answers from elias and learning more about who he is helps her make the choice to do ...

  • Faith Lackey
    Jun 20, 2016

    Faith Lackey

    This volume is much better than vol.3. I loved the process of the wand making, and I appreciate the peek into Chise's backstory and Elias's past. The art is beautiful, and I'm enjoying the world-building and the unique friends Chise encounters. Looking forward to seeing where Kore take...