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The New World (Age of Discovery Series #3)

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    a totally enthralling and fulfilling fantasy

    War is coming to Nalenyr and its ruler Prince Cyron Prince Pyrust of Deseirion is just about to kill him but the courtesan the Lady of and Jade stops them as she reveals she is the Empress Cyrsa who 737 years ago defeated the Turasynd horde. However an abundance of wild magic was released causing her and her warriors to sleep as the magic slowly ebbed from their bodies. They are needed now because Prince Nelesquin who has also awakened intends to defeat the empress and restore the empire to its previous glory with him in charge.---------------- Aiding him is the Royal Cartographer Qiro Anturasi who created, with his magic, a new continent so that his granddaughter Nirati has a place where she cheats death. He is creating an army of monsters to help Nelesquin defeat the empress. His grandsons Jorim and Keles are fighting the presence, Nelesquin is in different way. Keles is very powerful in the ways of magic and he is the only one capable of stopping his grandfather. Hisbroter Jorim marches into hell to stop a god from destroying the world. All the heroes know that this is a cause that will probably kill them if they win they do not think what will happen to them if they lose.--------------- THE NEW WORLD is the best work in the trilogy that contains the powerful novels A SECRET ATLAS and CARTOMANCY. It is more action oriented and the characters are more three dimensional. There are interesting and surprising plot developments including two mortal enemies who band together to defeat a common foe who wants to destroy Nalenyr. Storyline twists and a strong cast make this novel a totally enthralling and fulfilling fantasy.--------------- Harriet Klausner

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