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Crimson Fire (Dreamer's Cycle Series #2)

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    Havgan of Corania has an intense loathing of the Kymru witches. He has obsessed all his life with the fervor of eradicating every one of these abominations although he somewhat hides his deepest hatred so that it will not interfere with his climb to power. When he becomes the Corania Warleader, his opportunity to achieve his life objective has arrived he begins his genocidal quest.--------------- Gwydion the Dreamer sees a vision that frightens him to the core his beloved Corania in ruins and those he loves dead. He turns to his friend Rhiannon the witch for her interpretation. She also fears the dream and decides they must confront Havgan to thwart the pandemic destruction of their homeland. However, before they can stop the madness and prevent the nightmare from happening they know they must learn why the Warleader demands every Kymru witch must die and worse who is this adversary who seems like an untrained one of them.---------------- This is a terrific epic fantasy with an enjoyable final twist that readers will sort of see coming, but will be surprised anyway. The story line is fast-paced and filled with action as the ethnic cleansing seems heading into Armageddon unless Rhiannon and Gwydion can stop the obsessed Warleader from his final solution. Sub-genre fans will enjoy Hilly Taylor¿s fine tale once the genocidal countdown to a country-wide High Noon begins.---------- Harriet Klausner

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