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Ghost of the White Nights (Ghost Trilogy Series #3)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 1, 2013

    Elder's Den

    The Elder's Den is a large, hollowed out log. Moss grows everywhere on the inside so bedding is not needed. A small compartment opens up to a clay bowl filled with mouse bile and several moss balls. Mousebile is bitter smelling, but mint leaves and lavender masks the scent. Here, the elderly of SwiftClan will stay until they are rwady for their final journey- their final journey to StarClan.

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    engaging alternate world

    This earth is a lot different than that which contains science fiction readers of popular novels written by authors like L.E. Modesitt, Jr. Here Columbia is one of several nations that have carved out a segment of the North American continent. Columbia is actually what fans of Mr. Modesitt, Jr. would recognize as the eastern United States. In this alternate plane, scientists know how to remove the soul from the living host to create a zombie and that if the soul lingers after the individual dies in distress, a ghost exists. <P>Columbia desperately needs oil and feel Romanov¿s Russian Alaska is the solution. As part of a cultural exchange with Russia, Columbia sends critically acclaimed singer Llysette to Russia to perform for the Czar. Llysette¿s spouse Doktor Johan Eschbach, a professor of Environmental Science, accompanies her ostensibly to provide his beloved wife support, but actually to see what he can do to expedite an oil agreement. A former secret agent, Johan soon finds himself embroiled in stopping a dangerous plot for world domination from happening, one that will use new and very dangerous weapons. <P> The final novel in the ¿Ghost¿ trilogy, GHOST OF THE WHITE NIGHTS, is an engaging entry that focuses on an alternate world. The book wraps up the series nicely though fans will want more novels. The story line is at its best when delving into ¿modern¿ weapons systems and ghosts in the machine technology. However, long sidebars on Llysette¿s tour turn readers into ghostly zombies. Still the audience will enjoy the final tale as L.E. Modesitt, Jr. paints a realm that feels real from a historical and scientific basis. <P>Harriet Klausner

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