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Seven years have passed since Orris, a mage of Tobyn-Ser’s Order, returned from the violent chaos of Bragor-Nal. The threat of attack from Lon-Ser has been eliminated, but the establishment of trade between Tobyn-Ser and its western neighbor has brought new and disturbing changes to the land. Large tracts of woodland have been logged and sold off in exchange for more of Lon-Ser’s “advanced goods.” The Order and the League continue their struggle for supremacy, and a new force, a “People’s Movement”, has allied itself with so-called independent mages who claim no ties to either body. 

In Lon-Ser, Melyor, the beautiful Gildriite who made herself Bragor-Nal’s Sovereign, is nearly killed in an assassination attempt. Her ally, Shivohn, matriarch of Oerella-Nal, is herself killed by a similar attack. Treachery and betrayal lie at the heart of a plot that endangers not only Lon-Ser but also Tobyn-Ser and its Mage-Craft. 

When Jaryd, who has been unbound for months, finally binds to an eagle, he fears the worst, for, throughout the history of Tobyn-Ser, the binding of a mage to an eagle has always been a harbinger of war. When Cailin, a League mage, binds to a second eagle, Jaryd fears that his land teeters on the brink of Civil War. 

Crisis grips both lands. Can Melyor overcome an unseen enemy and a thousand years of prejudice to save Lon-Ser? Can Jaryd and Cailin bring peace to the mages of Tobyn-Ser in time to stop an old and emboldened enemy from destroying everything they hold dear?

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Many unanswered questions

The book has left this reader wanting more but also with a litany of unanswered issues. It certainly didn’t leave anyone with a “they live happily ever after” feeling. Neither Land seems destined for anything but chaos on the current paths.

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still a favorite

Even after twenty years or so, this is still one of my favorites series. It's what made me fall in love with the fantasy genre! Hearing it again, I still love every twist and turn of the story!!

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Nostalgia

It has been many years since I read these books and was delighted to find them on Audible recently. Coe has a writing style that I remember enjoying and still enjoy after listening to this. I am not going to write a lengthy review, but listening to this brought me back to my childhood, and for that I am grateful.

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  • 05-10-19

Happy that they released the whole series.

I read the book years ago, and really enjoyed them. I was a little dubious when I first started listening to the Audio version; it took me a few chapters to get into Mr Cross's narration, but once I had listened for a while I was happy to continue, and even wished that Mr Cross had narrated David B. Coe's, 'Wind of the Forelands' series, as I can't listen to that, because of the terrible narrator. All in all I really enjoyed listening to this series.