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Erupting volcano... Wizards failing Ex.... Female char single handedly holds volcano at bay...

The big thing I remember from this book is this climactic point where there is an:

 

Erupting volcano linked wizards trying to hold it back but failing one by one, female main char steps up and almost single handedly keeps the volcano at bay...

 

I think there may have been some kind of betrayal that lead to the failure of whatever safeguards were normally preventing the volcano from erupting.  Also I think there was mention of different levels of wizards of some sort, perhaps color related.

 

I read this back about 15-20 years ago.