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Yes, I do. But this is so hard to write about. I do not want to sound bitter or even angry about it because I know you have every right to feel that way. And I am happy for her to feel this way so we can find a way to move forward.
In the books, we learn that the “spells” that yennefer has been using to save herself in the books were in fact a spell that the evil, manipulative man, Kallen, used on her. As such, Kallen was able to turn yennefer’s magic into a weapon he could use to take over the world.
I think it’s safe to say that Yennefer has been using this magic for a while now. But with the way that Kallen was manipulating her, it’s highly probable that the magic she had was a spell that she had been using for so long that, in a way, it has become a part of her that can never be taken away.
In the books the magic of Yennefer is referred to as “Yennefer’s Magic,” and because of this, Kallen uses it to take control of the world, so Yennefer is now a prisoner of Kallen. The spell was a way of keeping Kallen from using Yennefer’s magic to do him harm. Because of this, Kallen has taken Yennefer’s magic and used it to take over the world.
This is where the title comes into play, because Kallen has become so powerful that he is able to take control of the world, so he can now use Yennefer to take over the world. So now Yennefer has to learn about Kallen’s magic, and how to deal with it in a way that’ll make it work for her. Unfortunately in the books, when Kallen takes over, Yennefer does not learn any new spells.
In the books, Yennefer learns a few new spells, one of them being a new spell that will make her spellcasting skills much more powerful. But the only way for her to actually use these spells is for her to learn a new spell each day. And since the books are written in such bad English, Yennefer learns these spells on her own, with no direction on how to use them. So instead she learns them all from books in her spare time.
The original idea for the books was to give Yennefer a very powerful spell so that she could save everyone. But the spell was so powerful that she didn’t even need to learn it. So when she discovers the spell on her own, it didn’t seem worth it. However, with the new books, it seems like Yennefer might be learning these spells as well as she can, and that’s when her skills will start to surpass anything anyone else can.
As it turns out, the books are just that. They’re books – and we’re not talking about the kind that have an ethereal presence floating around in them. The kind that have you reading from a book and having a conversation with yourself.
In the new books, the books have the same ethereal presence (and that seems to be just a side-effect of the book itself, since the books seem to not have any physical presence at all) and the books seem to be giving away magic just by reading them. And for some reason, this is apparently very difficult for her.
Yennefer has a lot to lose in the books, not only because she’s being forced to interact with the magic books, but because she’s also been working on her magic for the last few chapters of the book. The fact that she’s lost it at this point also seems to be just a side-effect of the books doing the same to her.