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Trudi launched her career with The Black Magician trilogy, wonderful, imaginary stuff. This is the conclusion to her second trilogy, Age of the Five, so by now you should be well and truly hooked – and if not, why not?
Comparison: Terry Goodkind, Ursula K Le Guin, Tanith Lee.
In her new role as protector of the Siyee, Auraya investigates sightings of a landwalker stranger in their land. She meets a mysterious woman claiming to be a friend of Mirar’s: a woman who makes an offer Auraya is unable to refuse, but which she must conceal or risk the wrath of the gods.
In the south, Mirar enjoys acceptance and respect as he reclaims his place among his people, but that freedom will come at a cost. Meanwhile, Emerahl is at last able to join the Thinkers in their search for the Scroll of the Gods, but the truth may not be revealed in the form she expects. And the Pentadrians, frustrated by their defeat at the hands of the Circlians, plot and scheme to bring down their enemies by means other than direct conflict.
As the promise of peace dies, and two peoples are once more drawn inexorably into war, Auraya is unable to avoid being caught up the conflict. The key to everything, though, may lie with the Wilds, who embark upon a quest for secrets buried long ago.
Secrets that could change the world.
Praise for The Black Magician Trilogy:
'A wonderfully and meticulously detailed world, and an edge-of-the-seat plot, this book is a must for lovers of good fantasy' Jennifer Fallon
'Canavan is a natural storyteller' Emerald City
Publication date: 04/03/2010
Publisher: Little, Brown Book Group
|Publication date:||4th March 2010|
|Publisher:||Little, Brown Book Group|
Trudi Canavan lives in the Melbourne suburb of Ferntree Gully. As well as writing fantasy, she works as a freelance designer and illustrator, and is Art Director for an Australian SFF magazine.More About Trudi Canavan