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The Tears of the Sun (Emberverse Series #8)
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The Tears of the Sun (Emberverse Series #8)

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by S. M. Stirling
 

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Rudi McKenzie-now Artos, the High King of Montival-must fulfill his destiny. He wields the sword crafted for him before he was born. He has made friends of his enemies. He has won the heart of the woman he loves.

And now he must defeat the forces of the Church Universal and Triumphant, knowing he may lose his life in the final battle...

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The Tears of the Sun: A Novel of the Change 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 55 reviews.
harstan More than 1 year ago
A quarter of a century has passed since the 1998 Change killed over 90% of the human population in one year. Modern civilization around the globe was sent back to pre industrial revolution as things stopped working. Small pockets of survivors banded together to cope with the ordeal. With his beloved Mathilda Arminger at his side, Rudi Mackenzie has completed the first part of his quest by finding the Sword of the Lady forged for him before he was born. He becomes the High King of Montival King Artos as he unites western North America. For the betterment and protection of his followers although he expects to die, King Artos leads the fight against the Big Sky based Church Universal and Triumphant. Although the main thrust is Rudi, subplots involving the Dundain Rangers, d'Ath the Grand Constable of the Portland Protectorate Association and Wiccan in several locales star in critical subplots. Thus the action is less intense than previous Emberverse entries (see The Sword of the Lady), but enhances the impact of the Change by 2023 while also setting up fresh hot zones for the future thrillers. In spite of being a transitional novel, Tears of the Sun engages fans of the saga who will anxiously await the next Change. Harriet Klausner
Frank_Lucas More than 1 year ago
Fits nicely, and will get me to order #9. The 'sea of time' is also an entertaining read and compliments the 'emberverse series' like a glove. What fun!
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No kidding, I orderd this one on my nook after taking a break from the seris and was half way through it before I realized I had already read it Went to the bookshelves and sure enough there it was, in hard back no less Time to walk away from this series
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hhkh More than 1 year ago
following from book 1 another great read will follow as long as the story continues big fan of SM Stirling
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I greatly enjoy this series. The author is a great writer. The fight against the Cutters seems to be going well and I hope the High King and Queen win and survive unharmed.
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Lame, boring and painful
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Great!!!!
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