The Way of the Rose

The Way of the Rose In a land torn apart by evil and time a woman warrior emerges as the only hope for survivalEverien is in chaos ravaged by a voracious timeserpent that can tunnel through earth and time itself callin

  • Title: The Way of the Rose
  • Author: Valery Leith
  • ISBN: 9780553379402
  • Page: 221
  • Format: Paperback
  • In a land torn apart by evil and time, a woman warrior emerges as the only hope for survivalEverien is in chaos, ravaged by a voracious timeserpent that can tunnel through earth and time itself calling forth terrifying monsters from the depths of Everien s past and leaving barriers of time distortion in its wake.The Pharician warlord Tash and his conquering armies havIn a land torn apart by evil and time, a woman warrior emerges as the only hope for survivalEverien is in chaos, ravaged by a voracious timeserpent that can tunnel through earth and time itself calling forth terrifying monsters from the depths of Everien s past and leaving barriers of time distortion in its wake.The Pharician warlord Tash and his conquering armies have been thrown into confusion by the timeserpent s attack and now must battle both the growing rebellion of the Clans and the stubborn inconstancy of this newborn world.But the key to victory in Everien is the ability to pass through the timeserpent s barriers and navigate the shifting sands of the land s memory To do that, the woman warrior Istar must harness the power of the fearsome Sekk and the sorcery of the ancient and elusive skyfalcon Only then will she reunite her land and triumph over Everien s haunting past.Yet Istar must first learn the truth about herself and tread a path fraught with heartbreak and peril if she is to knit herself, her companions, and Everien back together again.

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    1. I loved the finish to this trilogy. Leith takes a very convoluted storyline and wraps it around and in on itself with a fair amount of deft consistency. Possibly Grietar’s end was too neat, and Istar’s end was not the most satisfying, but it was a neat twist. I could have used a little more of Istar’s sisters – just generally they were fascinating characters whom I would have enjoyed more of. However, I really loved Jaya and Tarquin’s ending and it was obvious that everything else was [...]

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