Blood Trillium (Trillium Series #2)

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Twelve years after the princess Haramis, Kadiya, and Anigel wielded the three-part Scepter of Power to vanquish the sorcerer Orogastus, the Archimage Haramis is visited by a fugitive who brings dire news. A sorcerer has escaped from the Klimilon, remote Land of Fire and Ice, to established himself through force of magic as Portolanus, Master of Tuuzamen. Haramis's talisman cannot—or will not—tell her whether Portolanus is the long-banished Orogastus, but it brings ominous intelligence: The sorcerer has brought ...
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Twelve years after the princess Haramis, Kadiya, and Anigel wielded the three-part Scepter of Power to vanquish the sorcerer Orogastus, the Archimage Haramis is visited by a fugitive who brings dire news. A sorcerer has escaped from the Klimilon, remote Land of Fire and Ice, to established himself through force of magic as Portolanus, Master of Tuuzamen. Haramis's talisman cannot—or will not—tell her whether Portolanus is the long-banished Orogastus, but it brings ominous intelligence: The sorcerer has brought from his exile a magical object that can unbound the three talismans of the Scepter, transferring their powers from the sisters to Portolanus himself. Even more fearsome, Haramis's talisman reveals a grave threat to the unity of the sisters and the future of Ruwenda . . .for the sacred Black Trillium contained within the amulet worn by each sister has changed, its petals stained the color of blood.

Readers and reviewers alike were thrilled when three of the biggest names in fantasy--Julian May, Marion Zimmer Bradley, and Andre Norton--joined to create Black Trillium. Now, Julian May takes up the tale of the three princesses, as the sorcerer Orogastus returns with long-forgotten technology.

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Publishers Weekly - Publisher's Weekly
A dozen years after the events recounted in Black Trillium , the World of the Three Moons is endangered by another sorcerer, Portolanus, Master of Tuzamen, considered a mountebank by some, yet still dangerous. The three sisters who hold the talismans of the Sceptre of Power, which previously saved their country, Ruwenda, must bury their differences to save their world. When Kadiya, the middle sister, champion of the aborigines, loses her talisman, and Portolanus and the pirate queen of Raktum kidnap the king of Laboruwenda and his children to obtain the talisman of his wife, the queen, it remains for Archimage Haramis, the oldest sister, to master her powers sufficiently to take on Portolanus and the armies he has raised against her beleaguered country. The Master of Tuzamen is no longer a figure of fun, however, but is unveiled as Orogastus--the powerful and evil sorcerer, believed destroyed 12 years previously. This sequel to the joint effort produced by May, Andre Norton and Marion Zimmer Bradley is a superior tale, giving life, character and emotion to the three Petals of the Living Trillium as they continue their adventures. (July)
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The kingdom of Laboruwenda finds itself on the verge of war as a sorcerer thought to be dead returns to reclaim the three talismans of power held by Queen Anigel and her sisters. May's solo sequel to Black Trillium (LJ 8/90), a fantasy collaboration by May, Marion Zimmer Bradley, and Andre Norton, follows a path similar to its predecessor--separate quests for the sisters lead to reunion and a final confrontation--but changes its focus from the absolute destruction of evil to the possibility of its ultimate transformation. Libraries with active fantasy collections will want this.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780553088519
  • Publisher: Random House Publishing Group
  • Publication date: 7/1/1992
  • Series: Trillium Series, #2
  • Pages: 400

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