Magic University: The Poet and the Prophecy — Synopsis
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.